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In rush to electrify, Cambodia stirs the living and dead
Former Opposition MP Calls for Japan Boycott of General Election
US-Based Cambodia Opposition Supporters Protest Japan’s Support of Upcoming Elections
Cambodia’s Controversial Press Guidelines Draw Concern
Cambodia-China ties solid, reaching high level: PM
Threatened Cambodia river dolphins making ‘historic’ rebound
Cambodian man kills ex-wife then commits suicide live on Facebook
Cambodian man kills ex-wife then commits suicide live on Facebook
Former Opposition MP Calls for Japan Boycott of General Election
Srekor, Cambodia -- Nat Sota worries about the spirits of her ancestors. They have been lying in watery graves since Cambodia’s newest hydroelectric dam flooded her village of Srekor, and with it, the nearby burial ground. “We don’t know whether they can swim or not,” she said, sitting under a wooden house on stilts near the dam’s reservoir. Read the full story: https://uk.reuters.com/article/cambodia-dams-electricity/feature-in-rush-to-electrify-cambodia-stirs-the-living-and-dead-idUKL5N1SO2L2
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In rush to electrify, Cambodia stirs the living and dead

Srekor, Cambodia -- Nat Sota worries about the spirits of her ancestors. They have been lying in watery graves since Cambodia’s newest hydroelectric dam flooded...

Former Opposition MP Calls for Japan Boycott of General Election

Phnom Penh - A leading former opposition MP in Cambodia has called on Japan to abandon support for the parliamentary election process in July...

US-Based Cambodia Opposition Supporters Protest Japan’s Support of Upcoming Elections

Supporters of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) held a protest in front of Japan’s consulate in New York City on Friday, demanding...

Cambodia’s Controversial Press Guidelines Draw Concern

Phnom Penh - A new list of controversial rules for journalists covering Cambodia's upcoming elections, including a warning that the reporters should not ask...
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‘The Outlook Is Grim’: Cambodia’s Independent Media Under Hun Sen

May has been a tough month for press freedom in Cambodia. On May 5, the Phnom Penh Post, an independent newspaper often critical of the Cambodian government, was sold to a Malaysian investor with links to Prime Minister Hun Sen. And on May 18, a court refused to release two Radio Free Asia reporters who have been held in pretrial detention for six months on charges of espionage.

Jailed Opposition Members in Cambodia ‘Suffering’ From Poor Treatment in Prison

Fifteen Cambodians imprisoned on charges widely viewed as politically motivated are suffering as the result of undue punishment in jail, according to two opposition officials who visited them Tuesday.

Cambodia: to vote or not to vote?

In less than three months’ time, Cambodians will head to the polls to cast their ballot in the national election. Already faced with the difficult choice of which party and candidate to vote for, Cambodians now have to decide whether they should vote at all.

117 workers in Cambodia fall ill after smelling paint, welding fumes: police

About 117 workers at a bag factory in southern Cambodia's Kandal province were hospitalized on Monday morning after smelling paint and welding fumes from a nearby factory, a local police chief said.

Singapore — Nine Millennia Institute students injured in bus accident during Cambodia school trip

Nine students from Millennia Institute sustained minor injuries after the bus they were travelling in met with an accident during a school trip in Cambodia.