From Voice of America
Language of ‘First They Killed My Father’ Resonates With Cambodian-Americans
Silver Spring, Maryland — Propelled by the power of hearing their stories in their own language, some Cambodian American audience members fled in tears from a screening of First They Killed My Father, the Angelina Jolie film adaptation of an English-language memoir of a 5-year-old girl who witnessed the Khmer Rouge takeover of Cambodia in 1975.
From the Sydney Morning Herald
Cambodia’s harshest jail claims life of Australian sex offender
Bangkok: A convicted Australian child sex offender has died after spending seven years in Cambodia’s harshest jail.
From the Washington Post
Facebook’s dangerous experiment in Cambodia
Facebook’s latest experiment is playing a dangerous game with free expression in Cambodia.
From the New York Times
Was It Legal for the U.S. to Bomb Cambodia?
Is it acceptable to engage an enemy on the territory of a third country? It’s a question that has confronted Washington policymakers in recent years over ISIS forces in Syria and Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Cambodia’s garment export growth expected to slow next year – manufacturers’ group
Phnom Penh, Dec 12 (Reuters) – Concerns about the impact of next year’s election and competition from lower-cost or more efficient Asian rivals will slow the growth of Cambodia’s garment industry next year, the main manufacturers’ group said.
From Radio Free Asia
EU Halts Funding to Cambodia’s National Election Committee
The European Union on Tuesday said it is suspending financial assistance to Cambodia’s National Election Committee, citing the dissolution of the main opposition party by the government of Prime Minister Hun Sen ahead of general elections next year.