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Yem Chroeum (left), an unlicensed village doctor

Murder charge in HIV case
Doctor at centre of outbreak allegedly had family burn evidence

A group of Montagnards sit in front of UN officials

Montagnards reach city
The group of 13 fleeing Vietnam arrive to submit asylum requests

Quote of the day

Sangke villager San Sophy, 25, says her husband cannot accept the family's infection with HIV

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Man tried for woman’s alleged revenge killing

The case of a disgruntled garment worker accused of brutally torturing and murdering his former boss hours after being fired was heard at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday.

Discord follows Angkor concert

Performers from the Royal Cambodian Ballet

A cross-cultural concert tour in Cambodia last December has turned into a cross-border fiasco, with artists and labourers maintaining that they have yet to receive thousands of dollars in payment a year after the event.

Toll bails on rail, citing revenue

Pictured is a section of railroad near Samrong Estat

Publicly listed Australian logistics firm Toll Group has sold its stake in the Kingdom’s national railway, a project plagued with botched community resettlement attempts and development setbacks.

Fire ravages land dispute site

26 houses in the community of Boeung Chhouk were razed by a fire

At least two people were injured over the weekend when a wildfire swept across a Phnom Penh community that has been entangled in a land dispute for more than a decade.

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Khmer films shine at CIFF

The fifth edition of the Cambodian International Film Festival has proved to be its strongest for both Cambodian produced films and local audiences.

International Human Rights Day march

Five-day march for rights

Groups from across Cambodia converged on Phnom Penh's National Assembly on Wednesday to celebrate Human Rights Day.

Angkor Photo Festival

Angkor Photo Festival turns 10

Pictures line the streets of Siem Reap as photographers fly in from across world.