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Cambodia changes gear into reverse - Daily Mirror


Daily Mirror

Cambodia changes gear into reverse
Daily Mirror
To understand why Cambodia is so we must go back 47 years before the genocidal movement, the Khmer Rouge led by Pol Pot, took over. North Vietnamese invaded Cambodia in 1979...and installed in power ex-Khmer Rouge dissidents. One of them was ...
Interview: 'There Will be Consequences' For Cambodia And The Ruling PartyRadio Free Asia
Rights groups deplore worsening repression in CambodiaNew Jersey Herald
US renews call for Cambodia to release opposition leader from prisonTODAYonline

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19 Oct 2017 | 1:33 pm

Sweden threatens to review engagement with Cambodia - Channel NewsAsia


Channel NewsAsia

Sweden threatens to review engagement with Cambodia
Channel NewsAsia
PHNOM PENH: Sweden said on Thursday it would rethink its engagement with Cambodia if the main opposition party is dissolved, in the strongest warning yet from a Western aid donor. The government has filed a suit to dissolve the Cambodia National ...
Premier takes aim at Rainsy over old videoThe Phnom Penh Post

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19 Oct 2017 | 6:20 am

Cambodia to charge customers for plastic bags - Channel NewsAsia


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Cambodia to charge customers for plastic bags
Channel NewsAsia
PHNOM PENH: Supermarket shoppers may soon be charged for using plastic bags in Cambodia, as part of government measures to ramp up environment protection and reduce waste. The sub-decree will also set restrictions on the import of plastic bags and ...

19 Oct 2017 | 3:17 am

A solid Plan B in South Sac - Sacramento News & Review


A solid Plan B in South Sac
Sacramento News & Review
Sometimes persistence pays off. On my third visit to the uncreatively named Cambodia Restaurant, I was able to convince the server to let me order the Khmer fish cakes ($5.95), after three attempts. My first try was during an unplanned visit. On a ...

19 Oct 2017 | 2:05 am

Cambodia as seen through the eyes of two unlikely expats - Khmer Times


Khmer Times

Cambodia as seen through the eyes of two unlikely expats
Khmer Times
Firdaus first came to Cambodia from his sleepy home town in Karawang in 1993 as a cook for the first Indonesian ambassador after the fall of the Khmer Rouge – a gig he thought would only be a short stint, considering what Cambodia was going through at ...

19 Oct 2017 | 12:12 am

More champagne: Australia upgrades ties with Cambodia autocracy - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

More champagne: Australia upgrades ties with Cambodia autocracy
The Sydney Morning Herald
Bangkok: The Turnbull government has upgraded diplomatic ties with Cambodia in a champagne-clinking ceremony at a time Prime Minister Hun Sen is ...
Australia cements closer ties - Khmer TimesKhmer Times

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18 Oct 2017 | 7:46 pm

A 'Requiem' for Cambodian Genocide Victims Wants to Help Bring 'Peace to the World' - NBCNews.com


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A 'Requiem' for Cambodian Genocide Victims Wants to Help Bring 'Peace to the World'
NBCNews.com
Composer Him Sophy had just premiered his 2008 opera “Where Elephants Weep,” about a Cambodian-American music producer who returns to Cambodia and falls in love, when he started to think about what his next composition would be. He ultimately ...

18 Oct 2017 | 7:35 am

'Fear Is Something Constant,' Says Daughter Of Jailed Cambodian Opposition Leader - NPR


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'Fear Is Something Constant,' Says Daughter Of Jailed Cambodian Opposition Leader
NPR
"Fear is something constant," says Monovithya Kem, the daughter of Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha. "I can say that although we have always faced a security and safety risk, you don't get accustomed to fear." Her 65-year-old father was arrested ...
Rights groups deplore worsening repression in Cambodia | Miami ...Miami Herald
Cambodia's Hun Sen Defends Arrest of Opposition Chief, Slams US-backed 'Revolt'Radio Free Asia
Rights groups urge EU, Japan to consider halt in funding for Cambodian electionChannel NewsAsia
The Diplomat -ThinkProgress
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17 Oct 2017 | 4:00 am

World must wake up to crackdown in Cambodia, says exiled opposition politician - The Guardian


The Guardian

World must wake up to crackdown in Cambodia, says exiled opposition politician
The Guardian
“Democracy in Cambodia is dipping really fast into a big hole. There is no time to wait or waste,” said Mu Sochua from Berlin. After the Cambodian opposition leader, Kem Sokha, was arrested last month, Mu Sochua, his deputy in the Cambodia National ...
Cambodia's prime minister has wrecked a 25-year push for democracyThe Economist
Cambodia heads towards one-party state – and a democratic crisisThe Conversation UK
Cambodia's Hun Sen renews criticism of United States amid escalating rowReuters
Council on Foreign Relations (blog) -Voice of America -Radio Free Asia
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12 Oct 2017 | 10:50 pm