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Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon

Reporter/sub editor

Alessandro began working at the Phnom Penh Post in 2015 as a national reporter through the Princeton in Asia fellowship program. Currently he writes for both the national and lifestyle sections. He's variously covered the environment/climate change, the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, narcotics, public health as well as arts and culture. He can be followed on Twitter and Instagram @alemzs

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Inspections carried out in fishery deaths
Where and when to catch Phnom Penh’s new water taxi
Cambodian filmmaker Rithy Panh to receive peace award at Iranian film festival
Kulen dig leaves archaeologists more convinced site was once palace of Angkor Empire’s first ruler
Siem Reap declaration charts new future for MRC
Exhibit grapples with question of Phnom Penh’s identity
Mekong leaders urged to act
China’s sway clear at Mekong summit
Threats to Tonle Sap Lake outlined at start of Mekong River Commission summit
How ancient pottery techniques are getting a reboot in Kampong Chhnang
Government timber figures belie ‘ban’ on exports
Fishy hunting practice
Timber trader ‘Grandma May’ back in business
Banteng poacher arrested, pangolins rescued in separate busts
Fundraiser to help Cambodian Space Project singer Kak Channthy’s son
Over 600 endangered turtle eggs found along Mekong River
Lack of control at landfill fire
Phnom Penh smothered in smelly, dangerous haze as landfill fire continues burning
All the news that’s fit to protect
French cultural exchange kicks off on Saturday
Bhutan showcase: Film fest to feature flicks from over the hills and far away
Cambodia tops region for fires detected from space
‘Disorientation’ through dance – in a good way
Scholar Thomas Maxwell, known for his expertise in Khmer history, dies in Siem Reap aged 74
Before and after satellite images show extent of Sesan dam impact