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Thu, 23 October 2014

Veterans short-changed

Former soldiers, many disabled, travel far to the capital in their almost decade long battle to regain lands promised to them in return for defecting from the Khmer Rouge.

Senior Cambodia National Rescue Party lawmaker Son Chhay arrives at the National Assembly in August
Thu, 23 October 2014

Chhay aims to purge Nat'l Assembly of ‘ghosts’

Senior opposition lawmaker Son Chhay has formally requested that the entire staff list of the National Assembly’s more than 1,000-strong secretariat be turned over to him for investigation as part of a bid to root out “ghost” worker

Taekwondo gold medallist Sorn Seavmey shows her medal, during a press conference in Phnom Penh earlier this month
Thu, 23 October 2014

Angkor beer gift avoids rules

Sorn Seavmey, the teenage taekwondo athlete who turned national celebrity after winning Cambodia’s first gold medal at the Asian Games, will not be appearing in any advertisements from alcohol or tobacco companies, despite being del

Thu, 23 October 2014

Auction sells cars used for logging

One lucky bidder on Tuesday claimed the first shipment in a batch of nearly 550 cars purchased at auction from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF), a forestry official said yesterday.

Japanese Ambassador Kumamaru Yuji talks to the media yesterday at the National Assembly in Phnom Penh
Thu, 23 October 2014

Japan to help with elections

A Japanese government team dispatched to help Cambodia with election reforms is waiting for the ruling and opposition parties to agree on their own ideas, including a new National Election Committee law, before stepping in.

Thu, 23 October 2014

Wage talks remain in deadlock

The third day of negotiations between members of a working group trying to reach a consensus on the minimum monthly garment wage remained stagnant yesterday, as manufacturers refused to budge from their $110 offer.

Thu, 23 October 2014

Cause unknown: Investigation after dolphin found dead

Authorities are investigating the death of a dolphin found floating in the Mekong River in Kratie province on Tuesday.

Thu, 23 October 2014

Cambodian troops leave for Africa

More than 200 Cambodian troops took off yesterday on a UN peacekeeping mission to the Central African Republic.

Thu, 23 October 2014

Relatives of bride want her rescued

The family of a Cambodian woman married to a man in China wants her home after more than a year of alleged physical and sexual abuse, a relative said yesterday.

Thu, 23 October 2014

NGOs want logging tycoon stripped of licences

The government should revoke Try Pheap’s timber collection licences, a coalition of NGOs and indigenous groups said yesterday, following allegations that the tycoon made a profit of more than $220 million in just three years illegal

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