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Hunts Said To Threaten Monkey Populations

Villagers have captured thousands of wild monkeys from Cam­bo­dia’s northeastern forests this year, potentially threatening both the monkey population and the forests they live...

Villagers Forced To Halt Digging at Burial Site

Villagers packed up their axes, knives and spades on Thursday after they were forced off a recently discovered ancient burial site in Prey Veng...

VN Dam Not Affecting Water Quality: Minister

A hydropower plant in Vietnam has not affected water quality in the Se­san River, which villag­ers in Ra­tanakkiri province have blamed for in­testinal and...

Chinese Business and Politics: A Growing Influence in Cambodia

Dak Dam commune, Mondolkiri province - Cambodian laborers work the soil in this remote area under the watch of Chinese bosses and guards whom...

Government Deports US Euthanasia Advocate

Euthanasia advocate, US national and former owner of Kampot prov­ince’s Blue Mountain Cafe Ro­ger Graham was deported on Saturday for engaging in activities that...

China’s Wen Jiabao To Visit Cambodia Friday

Wen Jiabao, Premier of China’s State Council, will arrive in Cam­bo­dia on Friday for a two-day official visit, according to the Ministry of Foreign...

Concerns Voiced Over Village Chief Appointments Against

The bad blood of political partisanship that separated father from son and kept neighbors from each other’s weddings during the 1990s could return if...

PM: Unregulated Wells Threaten Angkor Temples

Trees falling on ancient temples in Preah Vihear province Tues­day did no serious damage, officials said, while Prime Minister Hun Sen warned this week...

PM Seeks Prime-Time Spots for Bird Flu Lessons

People should eat chicken and eggs without fear, and television and ra­dio should provide free airtime for avian influenza educational spots, Prime Minister Hun...

Camp Training a Hindrance for Would-Be Doctors

Ly Chansophal began his medical education at Site Two refugee camp on the Thai-Cambodia border, where he spent his mornings studying and his afternoons...

Ministry Says Villagers Won’t Elect Chiefs

The Ministry of Interior issued a directive on March 17 detailing the selection process for village chiefs, stating that they will be voted in...

NGOs To Draw Up Lists of Jailed Villagers Jailed in Land Disputes

Several NGOs are planning to meet today to compile lists of villa­g­ers jailed over land disputes to submit to the Justice Ministry following Prime...

SRP Raises Funds for Grenade Attack Anniversary

The Sam Rainsy Party has raised $2,000 of its $3,000 goal for the ninth anniversary of the 1997 gre­nade attack on a peaceful dem­onstration...

Some Say They Had Already Lost Faith in F’pec

Residents of Phnom Penh interviewed on Sunday said that Prime Minister Hun Sen’s recent barrage of criticism against Funcinpec has had a limited impact...

Two Arrested, Charged Over Counterfeit Cash

Two men have been arrested in Phnom Penh and charged with trafficking in counterfeit US currency af­ter police discovered $74,000 in fake bills in...

Tiny Parasitic Wasps Control Coconut Beetle

The voracious brown- and black-colored beetles that have been feeding on Cambodia’s estimated 13 million coconut trees are now un­­der control in Takeo and...

Pailin Students: KR Atrocities Just a Myth

pailin municipality - Former Khmer Rouge soldiers, high school students, monks, officials and ordinary people mostly came to a consensus on one thing at...

Pailin Students Hear From Former KR, Survivors

pailin municipality - Sitting in a guesthouse karaoke room with pink floral wallpaper, the disco lights still and the stereo silent, former Khmer Rouge...

Pailin Students Hear From Former KR, Survivors

Pailin municipality - Sitting in a guesthouse karaoke room with pink floral wallpaper, the disco lights still and the stereo silent, former Khmer Rouge...

PM Promises Investigation for B’bang Teachers

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tues­­day ordered the Ministry of Edu­cation to investigate allegations that teachers in Battambang province have been tricked out of...