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Reports Claim Militants Trained in Cambodia

Thailand yesterday accused Cambodian soldiers of providing military training to 39 Thai militants planning to assassinate Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and other Thai...

Gov’t Denies Thai Militant Training Claims

Thailand yesterday accused Cambodian soldiers of providing military training to 39 Thai militants planning to assassinate Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and other Thai...

Mixed Views on Burma’s Historic Poll

As Burma's residents went to the polls for the first time in 20 years yesterday, a Cambodian government official said any judgment passed on...

Two Men Tried Over Horrific Rape-Murders in Pursat Province

Two men were tried at Pursat Provincial Court yesterday over the brutal rape and murder of two young girls in Pursat province’s Krakor district...

Men Tried Over Brutal Pursat Rape-Murders

Two men were tried at Pursat Provincial Court yesterday over the brutal rape and murder of two young girls in Pursat province's Krakor district...

Rainsy Gets 10-Years Jail for Map Forgery

SRP leader Sam Rainsy's hopes of negotiating his return to Cambodia with the government took another blow yesterday as Phnom Penh Municipal Court sentenced...

Rainsy Receives A 10-Year Prison Sentence

SRP leader Sam Rainsy’s hopes of negotiating his return to Cambodia with the government took another blow yesterday as Phnom Penh Mun­icipal Court sentenced...

Hun Sen, Abhisit Seeking Cooperation in NY

After months of verbal warfare with Thailand over disputed border territory, Prime Minister Hun Sen flew to New York yesterday where, among other duties,...

UN Rights Report Being Reviewed by Gov’t

The government said yesterday that it would review the UN human rights envoy's recent report on the state of the judiciary in Cambodia before...

Cambodians Involved in Abhisit Murder Plot, Thais Claim

The government yesterday dismissed Thai police officials' claims that Cambodian nationals were involved in a supposed plot to assassinate Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva....

UN Envoy Calls for Improved, Independent Judiciary

Branding the Cambodian judiciary as corrupt, incompetent and lacking independence, UN human rights envoy Surya Subedi has used his latest Cambodian human rights report...

UN Envoy Calls for Improved, Independent Courts

Branding the Cambodian judiciary as corrupt, incompetent and lacking independence, UN human rights envoy Surya Subedi has used his latest Cambodian human rights report...

Groups Call for Defense of Gov’t Critics, Opposition

Painting Cambodia as a shrinking arena for freedom of expression, local NGOs yesterday called on the international community to speak out more forcefully in...

Gov’t Says $150 million Delivered by Migrant Workers Annually

About $150 million in remittances are sent home annually by the roughly 40,000 Cambodian migrant workers who have been placed in overseas jobs by...

Thais Set Meet for Abhisit, Hun Sen Without Asking Cambodia

Government officials said yesterday that Thai Prime Minister Ab­hisit Vejjajiva had not yet requested a meeting with Prime Minister Hun Sen on the sidelines...

Thais Set Hun Sen Meeting Without Asking Cambodia

Government officials said yesterday that Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva had not yet requested a meeting with Prime Minister Hun Sen on the sidelines...

Thai Military Officials Meet With Tea Banh

The marked improvement in re­lations between Cambodia and Thailand continued Friday as a Thai military delegation met with Cambodian Defense Minister Tea Banh in...

Irregularities Highlighted in Rights Worker’s Disinformation Case

Alleging a slew of procedural irregularities, local human rights group Licadho yesterday called for the release of an employee facing trial today over his...

Verdicts Vary on Wrap of Mu Sochua Case

SRP lawmaker Mu Sochua was found guilty of defaming Prime Minister Hun Sen last year and lost two subsequent appeals against the decision. She...

‘Apologetic’ Pedophile Sees Jail Term Halved

The convicted Russian pedophile Stanislav Molodyakov could be eligible for parole in less than three years after the Court of Appeal yesterday cut nine...