Wednesday News Roundup

From Voice of America
Cambodians Flock to Buy Sweaters as Temperatures Plunge
The government’s meteorology department said the cold snap is expected to ease this week following a period of rainfall.


From The Nation
Abandoned documents at raided cockfighting ring allegedly owned by PM’s in-law
Kandal, Cambodia – Abandoned documents, found by Phnom Penh Post reporters at a raided cockfighting ring allegedly owned by Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s in-law, suggest a network of local payoffs across Kandal province.


From Radio Free Asia
Cambodia Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Denying Former RFA Reporters Bail
Cambodia’s Appeals Court on Tuesday upheld an earlier ruling that denied bail to two former RFA reporters arrested last month on charges of “espionage,” according to their lawyer, who vowed to challenge the decision.


From Voice of America
Cambodia to Remain Engaged With the United Nations: King Sihamoni
The statement comes amid growing tensions between Cambodia and the United States over Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government’s crackdown on political opponents and civil society.

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