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Mekong Commission Calls for Water-Use Rules

Drafting water-use rules to ensure the Mekong River is used efficiently and effectively should be a top priority of countries in the region, Mekong...

Hospitals Testing Malaria Drugs for Fakes

Some hospital officials are testing their malaria drugs or realizing they were using ineffective products after it was discovered that fake medicine was being...

King’s Urging for Int’l KR Trial Brings Praise

An article in King Norodom Siha­nouk’s monthly bulletin criticizing the government for its provincial approach to a trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders on...

Police Face Cell Shortage For Illegal Chinese Immigrants

The authorities’ assault on Chinese nationals suspected of using Cam­bo­dia to reach West­ern nations continued Sunday as 95 more illegals were taken into custody—but...

Hun Sen to Meet Laos, Vietnam Prime Ministers

Prime Minister Hun Sen will leave for Vientiane on Tuesday for a four-day trip to meet with his counterparts from Laos and Vietnam. Minister...

CMAC to Benefit from Japanese Donation

Japan decided last week to contribute $900,000 to the UNDP trust fund from which the Cam­bo­dian Mine Action Center draws most of its money,...

Cambodia Good Example, Queen Noor Says

Jordan’s Queen Noor landed in Phnom Penh on Sunday to highlight Cambodia’s cooperation on an international treaty to ban land mines and lobby other...

Chinese Taken In Minister’s Former Villa

Police arrested another 26 illegal Chinese immigrants Satur­day in a raid on a villa in the Prampi Makara district of Phnom Penh, district police...

FM Asks for Proof to Act Against Smuggler

Foreign Minister Hor Nam­hong said Friday he would dismiss anyone in his ministry helping traffick Chinese nationals through Cambodia, but first he needs proof....

World Bank, Donors to Examine Gov’t Progress on reforms

The government’s progress on following through on promised reforms will be scrutinized in the next two weeks by the international community, with a delegation...

Fake Malaria Med Sold Here

After an alarming discovery that is being described as the difference between life and death, health officials are alerting the population about fake malaria...

Thai Officers to be Honored

Two Thai military officers are to be decorated by the Cam­bodian government, in a ceremony to be held this morning at the Royal Palace...

Sam Rainsy: Suit May Reveal More in Slaying

Opposition leader Sam Rainsy on Thursday said government accusations that he engineered a magazine article accusing Prime Min­ister Hun Sen’s wife of murder are...

Court Official Says Illegals Case Obstructed

Powerful officials are obstructing the Municipal Court’s investigation into an organized racket that trafficks Chinese nationals through Cambodia, the chief prosecutor charged Thurs­day. “It...

PM CAlls for Land Violation Investigation Into Alleged Land Grab

Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered authorities to investigate an alleged land grab by Rural Devel­opment Ministry officials in­side a municipal compound near a...

Hun Sen Orders Authorities to Put an End to Land Grabbing

Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered authorities to take serious measures to solve land issues, partly in efforts to boost development and foreign investment....

Nation’s 1st Int’l Trade Fair Hoped to Boost Investment

What is being billed as the country’s first international trade fair will be held in Phnom Penh early next month in efforts to attract...

CMAC Gets Praise But No Funds from US

battambang town - It remains unclear whether the US will resume aid next year to the financially-troubled Cambodian Mine Action Center, US officials said...

Crackdown Ordered on Human Trafficking

Prime Minister Hun Sen has given instructions to various ministries to develop measures to fight against the trafficking of women and children. In the...

Soldiers Say Salaries Withheld in Land Dispute Over Land Dispute

Soldiers involved in an ongoing land dispute in Kompong Speu province on Wednesday accused an RCAF general of not paying their salaries for “punishment”...

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Workers from shuttered factories petition Kandal court for pay

More than 200 workers from the shuttered Dignity Knitter and Eco Base factories in Kandal province’s Takhmao City marched to deliver a petition to the provincial court on July 13 after going without pay and benefits for nearly seven months.