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Wed, 17 September 2014

Ex-NGO staffer tried for child rape

A ex-volunteer fired from the Svay Pak-based organisation AIM – a Christian NGO that seeks to combat sex trafficking – was tried by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court for allegedly raping four former street boys younger than 10 years ol

Wed, 17 September 2014

Cops seeking garment truck driver

Svay Rieng provincial police officials are seeking to arrest a truck driver who fled the scene of an accident in which 40 garment workers were injured Monday evening after the end of their shifts on the way home.

Wed, 17 September 2014

Heavy convictions for drug trafficking

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday handed down guilty verdicts to two Ghanaian men, a Philippine woman and a Cambodian woman for their involvement in smuggling more than 2.5 kilograms of cocaine into the country from Brazil.

Wed, 17 September 2014

Testing for civil service on radar

Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng yesterday called on government ministries to clean up their civil service entrance tests, which are widely perceived to be plagued by corruption, and pointed to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sp

Workers from the neighbouring NagaCorp construction site demolish a section of wall at the Buddhist Institute in May
Wed, 17 September 2014

Naga eyeing institute land

NagaCorp, the parent company of Phnom Penh’s NagaWorld casino, has confirmed that it is eyeing land occupied by the Buddhist Institute for a new hotel development, a revelation that comes mere months after the government proclaimed

A screenshot of, showing profile photos of potential Cambodian brides.
Wed, 17 September 2014

China targets online brokers

Single Cambodian women are “extraordinary”, boasts a matchmaking website called that offers 69 eligible Cambodian brides in search of a foreign husband.

Wed, 17 September 2014

Jail order: ‘Traffickers’ get 7 months in bride plot

Two Chinese men and two Cambodian women were convicted and sentenced yesterday by Phnom Penh Municipal Court to seven months each in prison for attempting to sell two Cambodian women to Chinese husbands in February.

Community representatives from Koh Kong province speak to local media at the Phnom Penh Appeals Court
Wed, 17 September 2014

Koh Kong villagers seek PM’s help in capital

Villagers from Koh Kong province have descended on the capital, ready to petition Prime Minister Hun Sen and the government today to intervene in their long-running land dispute with prominent businessman Heng Huy.

Wed, 17 September 2014

Lawmakers set to amend constitution, change NEC

The National Assembly will sit next month to amend the constitution and enshrine a revamped National Election Committee, opposition party officials said yesterday.

Wed, 17 September 2014

Last Kbal Thnal detainee freed

A year after security forces opened fire on a protest at the Kbal Thnal bridge in Phnom Penh, killing 29-year-old Mao Sok Chan, the last suspect charged for taking part in what the authorities said was a violent protest has been rel

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