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90 Percent of ninth graders pass national examinations

The pass rate of this year's ninth-grade national examinations reached over 90 percent, Ministry of Education officials said yesterday. Chea Cheat, director of the...

Officials Investigate Tonle Sap Lake Fishing Lot Operators

A committee assessing the im­­pact of illegal fishing on the Tonle Sap lake has begun investigating whe­­­­th­­­er the lake’s commercial fishing lot owners failed...

Review of Ho Sok Land Case Ordered by Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice on Friday asked the Supreme Court to review its decision concerning the estate of late Funcinpec stalwart Ho Sok. In...

KR Tribunal Judges Decline To Address Victims’ Concerns

The Khmer Rouge tribunal’s Office of Co-Investigating Judges has rebuked victims of the brutal Trapeang Thma dam worksite for re­questing a thorough investigation of...

France May Have Won the Fights, but Bokator Won the Day

siem reap city - San Kim Sean was smiling on Saturday as he entered the arena at the elephant corral in the Angkor temple...

Five Thais Rescued From Poipet Casino

One man allegedly held for more than eight months for using fake chips Banteay Meanchey Provincial Court on Saturday charged six employees of Poipet City’s...

K Speu Police, Military Police To Bring Charges Over Clash

Police and military police in Kom­pong Speu province plan to bring assault charges against at least 10 men after 13 officers were injured, three...

Land Dispute With Ly Yong Phat Sees Majority Accept Relocation

Relocation farmland has been rejected by only 21 of about 600 families in their land dispute with agribusiness magnate and CPP Senator Ly Yong...

25-Year-Old Man Arrested in Thailand for Smuggling

A 25-year-old Cambodian man was arrested Thursday by Thai police near the Poipet border crossing for allegedly smuggling methamphetamines into Thailand, officials said yesterday....

Planned Hun Sen Boulevard Puts Residents’ Land at Risk

Phnom Penh Municipality on Wednesday issued a directive ordering residents of Meanchey and Dangkao districts to declare ownership of their land within 30 days...

25-Year-Old Man Arrested in Thailand for Smuggling

A 25-year-old Cambodian man was arrested Thursday by Thai police near the Poipet border crossing for allegedly smuggling methamphetamines into Thailand, officials said yesterday. ...

Cables Equally Notable for What They Omit

Wikileaks was supposed to sink American diplomacy. When the first batch of US embassy cables was released in Novem­ber 2010, the unvarnished commentary and...

Minister Calls Out Embassy For Dispatches

Hor Namhong protests ‘defamatory’ information The government yesterday summoned an official from the US Em­bassy over what it said was “highly defamatory” biographical information on...

Cables Show Hun Manet’s Tough Border Stance

Belying his low-key public persona, leaked US Embassy cables released this week portray Prime Minister Hun Sen’s eldest son, the RCAF commander Hun Manet,...

Social Affairs Ministry Probe Reveals Graft

The Ministry of Economy and Finance last week asked the Mini­stry of Social Affairs to return more than $5 million allegedly em­­bezzled from government...

Health Ministry Warns Against Giving Bribes Ahead of Exams

The Ministry of Health has warned candidates for upcoming health professional examinations to beware of officials seeking bribes. “Our aim is to abolish the activity...

B Meanchey Suit Threatened Over Alleged Land-Grabbing

Banteay Meanchey provincial hall has threatened to sue a local businessman and a commune coun­cilor in Thma Puok district if the grabbing of a...

Deaths in Traffic Accidents Up, Injuries Down From 2010

There were 33 more traffic fatalities in the first six months of this year compared to 2010, but injuries caused by road accidents fell...

Premier Establishes Kickboxing Committee to Win Unesco Bid Statu

In a bid to get Khmer kickboxing inscribed on Unesco’s list of in­tangible cultural heritage, Prime Minister Hun Sen last month established a committee...

US Enamored of King Sihamoni, Cables Show

The US Embassy was thrilled when King Norodom Sihamoni was crowned as his father’s successor in 2004, seeing his accession as an opportunity for...

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