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Witness Hun Sethany (left) gives her testimony with Chhay Marideth (right), a counsellor for the Transcultural Psychosocial Organization, at the Khmer Rouge tribunal in May.

Somebody to lean on
Therapists help civil parties get on road to recovery

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Independent Monk Network for Social Justice founder But Buntenh on his promoting of environmental awareness

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Appeal witness denies policy

Former senior member of the Khmer Rouge, Khieu Samphan, listens to proceedings during an appeal against a trial judgment yesterday at the Khmer Rouge tribunal.

At the opening hearing of the defendants’ appeal of Case 002/01’s guilty verdict, a former commune chief told the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s Supreme Court Chamber yesterday that cadres received strict orders from zone chiefs not to harm Lon Nol soldie

Putting border issue on the map

The Cambodian government yesterday produced some of the maps it has been using to demarcate the eastern frontier, stressing that that match the constitutionally mandated map despite having been developed in Vietnam.

Power bill spikes raise alarm

A woman stands next to electricity meters yesterday at the White Building. A recent increase in bill totals has sparked a wave of complaints to the state-owned electricity company Elecricite du Cambodge.

Seemingly arbitrary increases in electricity prices are raising eyebrows in Phnom Penh, as residents’ bills are showing marked-up charges despite unchanged usage patterns – and frequent blackouts.

Degrees of change in the air

Vietnamese citizens with makeshift batons line up along the Cambodia-Vietnam border on Sunday in Svay Rieng province before clashing with Cambodian activists.

Public and private universities are experiencing an exponential rise in the number of students opting for two-year associate degrees rather than four-year bachelor's programs following last year’s disastrous high school exit examinations, educatio

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King sends off late Cambodian People's Party president

World cup Phnom Penh

Huge crowd for Cambodian World Cup qualifier

A packed house in Phnom Penh watch Singapore score a resounding victory.

Monks holding forest demo

Monks inspect damaged vehicles yesterday afternoon in Preah Vihear province’s Kulen district after they were involved in an accident while traveling to Prey Lang forest.

Despite a minor car crash on the way to Preah Vihear yesterday, more than 100 environmental activist monks will today march into Prey Lang forest to ordain trees and promote environmental awareness.

Archaeologists digging in search of common people

Pieces of sandstone that researchers think might have been used for a house mound discovered during a 2013 excavation

In Angkor Wat research, the focus has long been on temples and high society. A new project there is taking a different approach, laying the foundation for a new understanding of the iconic empire