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Cambodian Ambassador Arrives Back in Bangkok

Full diplomatic relations between Cambodia and Thailand were restored yesterday morning when Cambodia's ambassador to Thailand, You Ay, returned to Bangkok to resume her...

Was the Thaksin Experiment Worth the Trouble?

Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra's tenure as an unpaid economic adviser to the Cambodian government officially ended on Monday with applause from government...

Thai Envoy Returns to Phnom Penh Smiling

After staying silent as he pushed through a scrum of reporters at Phnom Penh International Airport last night, returned Thai Ambassador Prasas Prasasvinitchai finally...

Bangkok Envoy Makes Smiling Return to Capital

After staying silent as he pushed through a scrum of reporters at Phnom Penh Inter­national Airport last night, returned Thai Am­bassador Prasas Prasasvinitchai finally...

Annual Polygraph To Test Anticorruption Unit Officials

A yearly polygraph test will be used to assess whether officials from the newly created Anticorruption Unit are engaging in corrupt activities, ACU Chairman...

Thai-Cambodia Diplomacy Returns, as Thaksin Resigns

Ten months after recalling their ambassadors, Cambodia and Thailand announced they would normalize diplomatic relations today after the government said yesterday that fugitive former...

Thailand Ties Restored as Thaksin Resigns

Ten months after recalling their ambassadors, Cambodia and Thai­land announced they would normalize diplomatic relations today after the government said yesterday that fugitive former...

Gov’t Rejects Thai Request for Border Meeting

The government has rejected a request from Thailand to hold a meeting of the Joint Border Commission in early September, citing the Thai government's...

Hun Sen Will Meet Thai PM If Asked, Gov’t Says

The Foreign Ministry yesterday offered a guarded reception to news media accounts that Thai premier Abhisit Vejjajiva and Prime Minister Hun Sen may meet...

Asean in Discussions Over Cambodia-Thailand Border Row

Asean has begun consulting with member nations about whether the regional body should step in and help mediate negotiations between Cambodia and Thailand over...

Russian Says Sorry To Child Sex Victims

In a letter read out by a clerk at the Court of Appeal in Phnom Penh yesterday, the convicted Russian pedo­phile Stanislav Molodyakov admitted...

Thai Gov’t Stalls on Border Reports Ratification

Despite Cambodia's hope that the Thai Parliament would get bilateral border negotiations back on track by ratifying reports from previous Joint Border Commission meetings,...

Asean Called On To Help Solve Border Dispute

Cambodia on Saturday formally requested Asean's assistance to help solve its long-running border conflict with Thailand over disputed territory near World Heritage-listed Preah Vihear...

Russian Pedophile Admits Guilt, Apologizes to Victims

In a letter read out by a clerk at the Court of Appeal in Phnom Penh yesterday, the convicted Russian pedophile Stanislav Molodyakov admitted...

Verdicts Vary on the 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...

Thailand’s UN Letter Rejects Cambodian Claims

Thailand delivered a letter to the UN Security Council and General Assembly on Tuesday, denying Prime Minister Hun Sen's claims that Thai Prime Minister...

Court Opts Against Jail for Mu Sochua

SRP Lawmaker Mu Sochua will not go to jail for refusing to pay a court fine handed down after she was convicted of defaming...

Hor Namhong Decries Iran Sanctions, Local Media Say

The government yesterday could not confirm Iranian media reports claiming that Foreign Minister Hor Namhong had announced in Tehran on Tuesday that Cambodia condemned...

Court Decides Against Jail For Mu Sochua

SRP Lawmaker Mu Sochua will not go to jail for refusing to pay a court fine handed down after she was convicted of defaming...

US Report Commends Improved Counterterrorism Capabilities

While repeating slabs of text from previous versions, the US State Department's latest annual report on terrorism in Cambodia commended the government for strengthening...