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Elderly Bemoan Coldness , Corruption of New Generation

Seventy-seven-year-old Chey Teng finds little to admire in contemporary society and often looks back fondly on the past. “As far as cultural changes are...

Richard Warren to Leave Plagued CMAC End of October

The UN Development Pro­gram’s top adviser to the Cambo­dian Mine Action Center, Rich­ard Warren, will leave his post at the end of October, ac­cord­ing...

City Dresses Up Riverfront

The city expects thousands of people to descend on the Tonle Sap’s waterfront for November’s three-day Water Festival, and officials are taking measures to...

Sam Rainsy Stood Up by Former KR Leaders

Former Khmer Rouge commanders shunned opposition leader Sam Rainsy’s invitation to meet him Thursday morning at the National Assembly and talk about trials for...

Immigration Charges ‘Illegal’ Entrance, Exit Fees at Airport

After years away from their homeland, more Cambodians are returning every year to visit with family, reunite with friends and see the country they...

Electricite du Cambodge Hopes Lower Rates Will Raise Revenue, Attract Hotels, Industry

In an effort to attract more customers and increase revenue, Electricite du Cambodge has offered reduced rates for industrial users and hotels. In some...

More Arrests May Come In 1994 Slaying

The key investigator of the 1994 abduction and slaying of three Western backpackers said Thursday the case is closing in on former Khmer Rouge...

CPP President’s Son Still Not Charged in S’ville Shooting

Five days after Chea Thea, a son of CPP President Chea Sim, allegedly shot up a Sihanoukville restaurant, charges against him have not been...

Top Officials Said Part of Chinese Smuggling Ring

High-ranking officials are in­volved in the systematic trafficking of Chinese nationals through Cambodia to third countries, government, police and army officials said this week....

Sam Rainsy, Ex-Khmer Rouge Trade Insults

Opposition leader Sam Rainsy on Wednesday accused Prime Minister Hun Sen of trying to undermine a tribunal for the Khmer Rouge regime by urging...

Police Warned to Drop Investigation of Chinese

Police investigating 17 Chinese nationals discovered Tuesday in a house in the capital’s Prampi Makara district said they have been threatened anonymously to keep...

Military Plans New National Defense Policy

Cambodia’s top-level military officials met Tuesday for a day-long brainstorming session on the future of the country’s de­fense policy. The Defense White Paper Sem­­inar,...

Group Says UN Should Block Funds Over Trial

The UN and its member states should “withhold political and financial support” from a trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders if the proceedings do...

Gov’t Hints at Hard-Line KR Trial Position

As his advisers indicated he might adopt a hard-line stance with the UN on a tribunal of former Khmer Rouge leaders, Prime Minister Hun...

MobiTel Has No Patent, Official Says

Although MobiTel has won two court cases based on what it believed to be its exclusive right to use a prepaid billing system using...

Timber Company Cuts Down Opposition by Offering Jobs

svay village, Ratanakkiri pro­vince—In this village, the momentum behind anti-logging protests has flagged. The villagers have been informed by government officials there is nothing...

Chea Sim’s Son Being Investigated in S’ville Shootout

Sihanoukville police are investigating the possible involvement of a son of CPP President Chea Sim in an armed attack Sunday night, police officials said...

ILO Urges Improvement on Labor Standards, Administration

By Yuko MaedaDespite the country’s recent adoption of a complete set of international labor standards, the International Labor Organization continued to urge Cambodia to...

Experts say Gov’t Blocks Health Care Reforms

Government officials readily acknowledge Cambodia has one of the poorest health care systems in the world. The infant mortality rate is relatively high compared...

IMF Notes Reforms But Says More Still Needs to be Done

An International Monetary Fund delegation acknowledged Cambodia’s progress on reforming its armed forces and civil service, but said the government still needs to take...

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Cambodia ratifies UN nuclear ban treaty

The United Nations says Cambodia ratified a treaty banning nuclear weapons on Friday, becoming the 52nd party to take the step.