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Fugitive Thong Sarath arrested in Vietnam
Top suspect in rival tycoon's shooting murder

The fall of Phnom Penh 40 years on
An eyewitness remembers the day the Khmer Rouge took power

A city’s fall
Survivors recall Khmer Rouge's entry into Phnom Penh 40 years ago

Members of the imprisoned Boeung Kak Lake community celebrate their release

Boeung Kak protesters freed but defiant
Activists describe dire jail conditions, remain ready to protest

Some Cambodians prefer not to have diabolic images on their walls.

Street art critics
Graffiti artists using the city as their canvas - but reviews are mixed

Rath Sophal and her family

The day the music stopped
Evictees reveal loss after artist community scattered

Leading

CNRP looks for television funding

The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party is preparing to form a company to raise funds for a “CNRP-friendly” television station that it intends to launch by the end of this year.

Thirty-nine killed on roads over New Year

People gather around an overturned van in Prey Veng province after an accident over the weekend

A bus crash that killed two people in Prey Veng’s Kampong Trabek district topped off the traffic accident death toll this Khmer New Year, during which the number of injuries dropped, but fatalities remained almost the same.

CNRP’s Sovannara on trial

Meach Sovannara at the Supreme Court in Phnom Penh

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court today is scheduled to hear the trial of opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party activist Meach Sovannara, who was charged with leading a violent “insurrection” after an opposition demonstration turned violent last

Preah Sihanouk’s new top cop touts early busts

Less than a week into the role, Preah Sihanouk’s new police chief, Chuon Narin, has announced the early results of a crackdown on crimes involving foreigners, calling them the “main problem” facing the coastal city.

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The fall of Phnom Penh 40 years on

An eyewitness remembers the day the Khmer Rouge stormed the Cambodian capital and took power.

Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama in Siem Reap

First lady of the United States talks girls education during trip to Cambodia.

Leang Seckon

Cambodian artist hits the big time

Phnom Penh based artist Leang Seckon's collage reflections on Khmer society are featuring at the prestigious Art Basel in Hong Kong.

Military police arrested over 'torture' case

Sin Sophanny is investigating torture allegations.

Six military police officers from Tbong Khmum and Prey Veng were yesterday charged with “intentional violence” for their roles in allegedly shooting at and torturing a truck driver and his passenger who fled a checkpoint last month.