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Factions Tear Police, Army, Minister Says

Interior co-Minister Sar Kheng warned Monday of political splits in Cambodia’s army and police departments and said the divisions could “sink the nation.” Speaking...

Prince Met by Scores Upon Return

Nearly nine months after he left his homeland, deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh returned to Cambodia on Monday to be greeted by...

Dairy to Open By Year’s End

Cambodia’s first fresh milk dairy in decades could be in operation as early as the end of the year, Nestle Ltd Business Dev­elopment Manager...

Additional Bangkok Flights Spur Skepticism

Bangkok Airways has been given the green light to add an additional daily flight to its Bangkok-Siem Reap schedule, an airline representative said Mon­day....

Former Resistance General Harangues Prince

A Funcinpec resistance general who pledged loyalty Friday to the government, has verbally attack­ed Prince Norodom Rana­riddh in an interview rebroadcast several times on...

Gov’t, Defectors Hold Preah Vihear Temple

preah vihear temple, Preah Vihear province - A mixed force of RCAF troops and newly defected hard-line Khmer Rouge control this historic mountaintop temple,...

For at Least a Day, People Find it’s Good to be Funcinpec

The last nine months may have belonged to the CPP and its al­lies, but Monday was virtually all Fun­cinpec as thousands of party loyalists...

Mourners Mark Anniversary of March 30 Grenade Attack

Mourners peacefully marked the one-year anniversary of the deadly March 30 grenade attack Monday as city authorities let the religious ceremony and demonstration continue...

Rainsy Rebuffed as City Draws Line in the Park

Despite a threat from authorities not to proceed, Sam Rainsy on Sunday vowed to carry on with a ceremony marking the one year anniversary...

Military Wants KR Leaders Taken Alive

siem reap - The military has devised a strategy to capture al­ive Khmer Rouge leaders Pol Pot, Ta Mok and Nuon Chea, top RCAF...

Political Stress Intensifies As Prince Returns Today

As Phnom Penh prepared for the return of deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ran­a­riddh today, diplomats and analysts warned of heightened political tensions....

Sam Rainsy Calls For Strike In Garment Vacation Quarrel

Outspoken government critic Sam Rainsy has called for a general factory strike on April 10 if factories do not agree to provide paid vacations...

Tobacco Industry Tops List of TV, Newspaper Advertisers

The tobacco industry was the leading advertiser in television and newspapers in 1997, according to a report on media advertising in Cambodia. Money from...

Officer With Royalist Links Reported Shot

A Funcinpec security official was reportedly gunned down Saturday night just east of Phnom Penh, a party official said Sunday. The killing, however, hadn’t...

Two Attacks Leave Policeman Dead, Five Hurt

Two men, one a military policeman, were killed by police Sat­urday night in Phnom Penh, while a grenade blast in another part of the...

Impunity Looms Over Poll, Rights Group Says

On the first anniversary of the March 30 grenade attack, Hu­man Rights Watch Asia condem­ned Cambodia’s climate of im­punity and political violence, and said...

Hun Sen Asks King to Deny Military Pardons

Second Prime Minister Hun Sen on Sunday asked King Noro­dom Si­hanouk to deny am­nesties to resistance leaders who have been fighting for the King’s...

New Road to Prosperity Opens in Ex-Khmer Rouge Region

toul poungro village, Banteay Meanchey province - Man Phoeun sat at her roadside food stall, watching the pickup trucks and cars rumble through this...

Stepping Into Tradition

Little girls who grew up destined to dance as their mothers and grandmothers before and young men for whom classical and folkloric art defines...

Annan May Bless July Poll

UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan is expected next week to declare the Cambodian elections scheduled for July fit for continued UN coordination, a UN election...

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Cambodia’s PM Hun Sen ‘Misreading’ EU as Withdrawal of Trade Preferences...

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen is wrong to assume the EU will stop at partial trade sanctions if he does not end a crackdown on voices critical of his government, observers said Wednesday, a week ahead of a planned return of tariffs to around one-fifth of Cambodian exports to the bloc.