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‘Guerrilla style’ film turns focus on ex-con turned poet

Spoken word poet Kosal Khiev

Kosal Khiev was 16 when he was jailed for 14 years on an attempted murder conviction. After being deported to Cambodia – a country he had never seen – he sought out a fresh start. A new documentary charts his journey

On the frontline of the MFI boom

Inside the offices of Prasac Microfinance Institution

On the road with one of hundreds of credit officers navigating an industry growing at a rapid pace

Witness a ‘liar’, defence claims

Former Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea

The first witness of the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s Case 002/02, who has given testimony alleging mass killings, torture and cannibalism at the Kraing Ta Chan security centre in Takeo, was accused by Nuon Chea’s defence counsel yesterday of being a “l

Justice still sought for Vichea

Cambodia National Rescue Party leader Sam Rainsy

On the 11th anniversary of labour leader Chea Vichea’s assassination yesterday, about 200 people attended a memorial service as many continued to call on authorities to find and arrest those responsible for Vichea’s 2004 murder.

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A gibbon at Phnom Thot

Fighting deforestation with eco-tourism

Eco-tourism plans a last resort to save a 6400-hectare patch of forest from illegal logging and wildlife poaching.

A health clinic in Sangke District

Mass Battambang HIV infection

The unlicensed 'doctor' at the centre of allegations over the mass HIV outbreak in Battambang's Sangke district has been charged murder and intentionally transmitting the virus.

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.