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The key is in the hand of Hun Sen, and when you burn Hun Sen’s images, it’s the end.

Prime Minister Hun Sen
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Officials on Wednesday attend the release of Interior Ministry’s annual report, which vowed to continue the crackdown on so-called ‘colour revolution’ ahead of the July elections.

After Australia protests, Hun Sen vows no more pardons for CNRP

Channthy made a great contribution to Cambodian arts and culture, re-imagining Khmer classics and bringing them to the international arena

Chak Sopheap
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Cambodian Space Project singer Kak Channthy, the soaring voice of the Khmer rock revival, dies at 38

When it exploded, I thought I was dead because of all the shrapnel and injuries all over my body. I did not know east from west.

Long Vuthy
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Police tape cordons off the shack used at a shooting range inside a military base in Kampong Speu province, where an explosion killed an Australian man and a Cambodian solider late last week. Authorities say no investigation will be undertaken. Facebook

Officials will not look into bomb blast that killed Australian, Cambodian at military base

I have a strong belief that China and Cambodia will be good neighbours and like-minded friends forever.

China’s Southern Theatre commander Major-General Zhang Jian
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Soldiers stand at attention in front of tanks mounted with Cambodian flags during the opening ceremonies of this year’s Golden Dragon military exercises with China on Saturday.

‘Like-minded friends forever’: Golden Dragon, Cambodia’s 17-day military exercise with China, kicks off

My client said he did not have an intention to destroy the culture and traditions of Cambodia. His intention was to have a party and have fun with friends.

Lawyer for Daniel Jones
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When they are in charge in positions like this they look at Cambodia from a place that is opposite to the sun.

Interior Ministry spokesman Khieu Sopheak
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UN Special Rapporteur Rhona Smith (left) addresses the media Wednesday at the end of her fifth visit to Cambodia to assess the country's commitment to human rights.

UN human rights envoy: Cambodia at 'important crossroads'

They hit us with the axe, then they ask us to pay for the axe.

Prime Minister Hun Sen
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Prime Minister Hun Sen inaugurates a new Japan-funded bridge Tuesday as Ambassador  Hidehisa Horinouchi looks on. Facebook

Hun Sen complains about $500M Lon Nol-era debt

We saw some people take rocks to beat him. We feel pity, but we could not help him.

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A crowd surrounds the damaged vehicle of a Phnom Penh motorist after he was set upon by a mob following a traffic accident on Sunday. Fresh News

Professor beaten by mob in Phnom Penh after alleged hit-and-run

They start to open fire [into the air] initially, and then later they opened fire at the people.

Kou Ta
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A villager leaves the Memot Rubber Plantation with his pets in Kratie province on Friday as authorities continued to burn huts built by people entangled in a land dispute with the firm

Questions remain after clash in Kratie

According to the calculation for the two mandates, in 2028 I will retire. It could be more.

Prime Minister Hun Sen
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Prime Minister Hun Sen speaks to garment workers in Takeo yesterday, where he suggested he may stay in power beyond the 10-year deadline he previously set for himself. Facebook

Hun Sen repeats vow to serve 10 more years, noting ‘it could be more’

This is the result of national betrayal, and this is the last message.

Prime Minister Hun Sen
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Prime Minister Hun Sen speaks to members of the public at a ceremony at a pagoda in Phnom Penh yesterday. Facebook

Hun Sen tells jailed opposition figures not to expect pardons

Speaking truly and clarifying for you, you are being tricked by Hun Sen.

Prime Minister Hun Sen
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Australian Senator Penny Wong asks officials about their response to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s threats to ‘beat’ protesters during a visit to Sydney. Photo supplied

Australia to address Hun Sen’s threats at Asean summit

You will enjoy your New Year ... Do not worry about the one who is in jail or not in jail.

Prime Minister Hun Sen
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During an inauguration of a new temple in Kompong Cham today, Prime Minister Hun Sen says the country's 200,000 civil servants will receive at Khmer New Year bonus equal to $12.50.

Hun Sen promises Khmer New Year bonus to Cambodia's 200,000 civil servants, suggests people forget about ‘who is in jail’

We cannot sell our sovereignty and rule of law to any foreigner.

Government spokesman Phay Siphan
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Minister of Foreign Affairs Prak Sokhonn (centre) presides over a closed-door ministry meeting yesterday, where he declined to address US aid cuts announced the day before.

Spokesman vows Cambodia will fight against ‘colonisation’ after US cuts aid

It is wrong if you want to burn Hun Sen’s image to make Hun Sen die. Hun Sen was born in the Year of the Naga [Dragon], so burn all Nagas at the pagodas, then Hun Sen will die.

Prime Minister Hun Sen
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Prime Minister Hun Sen speaks to garment workers in Phnom Penh earlier today.

PM walks back threat to 'beat' Australia protesters, while calling them 'dogs'