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Souped-Up Eateries Make Inroads With Phnom Penh Diners

Steam rises from the electric hot pot and wafts into Hang Sobaya’s face as he scoops meat, broth and vegetables into a bowl at...

Prince’s Camp Blasts Bickering—and Bickerer

A spokesman for deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh on Monday called for unity among opposition parties, saying that bickering would only weaken...

Allies Fume Over Prince’s Leadership

Less than a week after he re­turned to Cambodia to take his presumed place as head of the opposition, deposed first prime minister Prince...

Ministry Helps Job-Hunters

Cambodians looking for work in one of Phnom Penh’s garment factories will soon be able to get help from the Ministry of Com­merce. The...

UN Seeks Different Role in Poll

Nour-Eddine Driss wants to make one thing absolutely clear: “This is not Untac,” the UN’s top elections official said last week. “The UN is...

Hun Sen Asks For Peaceful Campaigning

Second Prime Minister Hun Sen appealed for a peaceful campaign season Saturday and urged citizens to turn in “intimidators.” “Vote for the party you...

Leads on Killings Reported

Second Prime Minister Hun Sen met with Thomas Hammar­berg on Sunday for the first time in eight months, reportedly tell­ing the Stockholm-based rights official...

Dengue Cases Down, But Rainy Season Looms

The number of people contracting dengue fever in Phnom Penh has dropped since January, when a high incidence of the illness triggered health alerts....

Road, Water To Improve Refugee Life

o bai tap, Siem Reap province - Two major projects aimed at improving living conditions for the nearly 6,000 internal refugees living here are...

Prince Wants International Tribunal for KR

Deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh said Saturday that Khmer Rouge leaders responsible for atrocities should be brought before an in­ternational tribunal—not a...

Military Says Resistance Ignores Cease-Fire

Government military spokesmen said Monday that resistance troops continued to ignore the cease-fire declared by deposed first prime minister Prince Nor­o­dom Ranariddh, with one...

Government Flyers Bombard Hard-Line Minds

At about 100 riel each for 500,000 government propaganda leaflets, the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces’s divisive campaign against Khmer Rouge fighters was much more...

No Tribunal, Gov’t Insists, Until After July Elections

The government announced Thursday that no attempt will be made to bring surviving members of the Khmer Rouge leadership to justice for atrocities committed...

Japanese Company Resumes Search for Oil in the Tonle Sap

A Japanese oil company is wrapping up a massive survey of the Tonle Sap and Mekong river basins that will determine whe­ther the area...

All Major Parties Beat Registration Deadline

Both Funcinpec and the Sam Rainsy Party waited until the final hours Thursday to submit their registration applications and candidate lists for upcoming elections....

RCAF Expecting Long, Drawn-Out Battle

siem reap town - Top military com­­manders trying to eradicate guerrillas from the inhospitable Dangrek Mountains acknowledged on Thursday that a fight they have...

PMs Seek to Neutralize Role Of Int’l Election Observers

The two prime ministers have asked the UN to limit the role of international observers in upcoming elections, proposing changes that electoral watchdogs say...

Rice Prices Rise—Some Blame Market, Others Point to Weather

Sim Toeur journeyed to Ph­nom Penh on Wednesday to sell her excess rice. But the 20-year-old from Battambang prov­ince’s Mong Russei district and other...

Cambodia’s Navy Faces Its Most Serious Enemy: Malaria

koh puolo wai, Koh Kong pro­vince - On Cambodia’s most distant military base, soldiers sit on the island’s picture-perfect shores and fight off their...

Mountain 200—Oasis of the Combat Zone

siem reap town - On the RCAF’s tactical map at Anlong Veng, Moun­tain 200 is the object of blue and black arrows that represent...

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Female-led councils and equity classes as Siem Reap schools target gender...

The presence of Chbab Srey in classrooms well into the 20th century tells the uninitiated much of what they need to know about the power of gender roles in Cambodia’s education system.