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New Show Exhibits an Artist’s Dark Memories of Childhood

Violence and fear lurk behind childhood pastimes remembered by the Battambang province-born artist Yim Maline in her first solo exhibition, which opened last week...

Council of Ministers Calls Off Koh Kong Titanium Mine

The Council of Ministers on Fri­day canceled plans for a titanium mine in Koh Kong province, reversing recent government approval of the project, which...

Pipe Dreams

Peter Khim has YouTube to thank for showing him how to pull an ollie. Two years ago, he read about skateboarding online and when...

Thai Border Talks Stall, Official Says

Talks in Indonesia between Cambodia and Thailand over the ongoing dispute at Preah Vihear temple fell flat yesterday as Thai­land resisted Cambodian proposals for...

Fuel Prices Likely to Threaten This Year’s Growth

With turmoil in the Middle East and worldwide demand expected to remain strong, economists here say oil prices will remain high for much of...

Thai Officials Refute Cluster Rocket Claim

Thai officials yesterday sought to deny remarks attributed this week to a Thai diplomat who purportedly admitted his country had fired cluster munitions during...

Families in Kampot Receive Unofficial ‘Titles’ to Land

Like millions of other Cam­bodians, the 218 households of the Daun Taok fishing village off the coast of Kampot province with roots in the...

NGOs, Mekong Communities Urge Government to Oppose Dam

With only 11 days to go before the Mekong River Commission de­cides on Laos’ proposal to build the first dam on the Mekong river,...

Over 60 NGOs Issue Appeal for Redrafting of Controversial Law

More than 60 international nongovernmental organizations yesterday called on the Foreign and In­terior ministries to redraft the NGO law, which has been criticized for...

Kompong Speu Villagers’ Land Clearances Persist

Phnom Penh Sugar denies relation to lawsuits over roadside land A little over a year ago when machinery from CPP Senator Ly Yong Phat’s Phnom...

Livestock Production Declined in 2010, Agriculture Ministry Says

The livestock industry continued to struggle last year, as the numbers of cows, buffaloes and pigs declined, according to a Ministry of Agricul-ture report...

Rainsy Tried for Defamation Against CPP Foreign Minister

Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday tried self-exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy in absentia on charges that he defamed and spread disinformation about Foreign Min-ister...

Villagers at Prey Long Planning Mass Campaign Against Company

In an effort to end clearing in Prey Long forest by a Vietnamese rubber company, villagers living around the area said they were pre­paring...

13-Year-Old Found Raped, Murdered in Prey Veng

The body of a 13-year-old girl was found submerged in a pond on Sunday after she was al­legedly raped and murdered in Prey Veng...

Ministry’s Resettlement Claims Rejected by K Kong Villagers

Villagers and rights workers in Koh Kong province’s Botum Sakor district yesterday denied government claims that the last 18 families in the area were...

Paid Parking Spreads Along Monivong Boulevard in City

The Malaysia-based company contracted to create paid parking in Phnom Penh said yesterday that it had already marked 950 parking spaces on Monivong Boulevard,...

What of Kin’s Wealth in Official Asset Declarations?

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Fri­day declared his personal assets to the Anticorruption Unit, an obligation for nearly 25,000 government officials under the recently...

Funcinpec Congress Approves A New Triad Party Leadership

At its party congress on Sat­urday, Funcinpec reorganized its leadership, leaving the organization with three co-leaders. Speaking at a news conference yesterday, Keo Puth...

Before Charges, Activist Cites Two in a Dormant KR Inquest

A civil party to the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s coming trial of senior regime leadership was to attempt today to lodge claims against two revolutionary...

Hitting the Road Gets Easier

More than just a collection of maps, 'Total Road and Tourism Atlas'.... A great deal has changed since 2003, when Alain Gascuel published Cambodia's first...

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