Cambodia News: Khmer

H1-B visa holders eye US green cards - Khmer Times


Khmer Times

H1-B visa holders eye US green cards
Khmer Times
Guru Hariharan, the CEO and founder of Boomerang Commerce, expects to become a US citizen soon. Reuters. SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – When Gokul Gunasekaran was offered a full scholarship for a graduate program in electrical engineering at ...

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23 Apr 2017 | 12:28 pm

IMF members set aside trade split - Khmer Times


Khmer Times

IMF members set aside trade split
Khmer Times
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, right, and IMF managing director Christine Lagarde at the IMF meetings. Reuters. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – International Monetary Fund members on Saturday dropped a pledge to fight protectionism amid a split over ...
World Economic Outlook, April 2017: Gaining Momentum? - IMFIMF

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23 Apr 2017 | 12:28 pm

Tax collection soars - Khmer Times


Tax collection soars
Khmer Times
Tax collections rose to $768 million in the first quarter of this year, a 92 percent rise on the same period last year. General department of taxation director-general Kong Vibol told a meeting chaired by Finance Minister Aun Pornmoniroth yesterday ...

23 Apr 2017 | 12:28 pm

Send our relics home, pleads minister - Khmer Times


Khmer Times

Send our relics home, pleads minister
Khmer Times
... to promote the culture of our nation but also contributes to the reconciliation and psychological healing of Cambodian people who suffered under a prolonged civil war and in particular, the victims of torture and tragedy at the hands of the Khmer ...
Ancient Artifacts in London Returned to CambodiaThe Cambodia Daily
Ancient jewellery to return: ministryThe Phnom Penh Post

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23 Apr 2017 | 12:26 pm

Hull and Swansea City win to lift their survival hopes - Khmer Times


Khmer Times

Hull and Swansea City win to lift their survival hopes
Khmer Times
Hull City's Harry Maguire celebrates scoring during the Premier League match against Stoke City. AFP / Oli Scarff. MANCHESTER (Reuters) – Hull City and Swansea City earned valuable victories in their battle for Premier League survival but Middlesbrough ...

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23 Apr 2017 | 12:24 pm

RFA Khmer Reporter Receives Court Summons Over Prey Sar Visit - Radio Free Asia


RFA Khmer Reporter Receives Court Summons Over Prey Sar Visit
Radio Free Asia
An RFA Khmer Service reporter who Cambodian authorities say improperly entered a prison with opposition politicians visiting jailed party members received a court summons on Saturday for questioning. Khmer service Deputy Director Vuthy Huot, also ...

22 Apr 2017 | 2:36 pm

Khmer New Year games: it's never too late to try them out - The Phnom Penh Post


The Phnom Penh Post

Khmer New Year games: it's never too late to try them out
The Phnom Penh Post
Even though games such as “Fight for the leaf” or “Hide the towel” are traditionally played during the Khmer New Year holidays, no one ever said that they can't be played every other day of the year. At The Puzzle Chamber in Phnom Penh, the so-called ...

21 Apr 2017 | 4:59 am

Lowell set to celebrate Khmer New Year - Lowell Sun


Lowell set to celebrate Khmer New Year
Lowell Sun
The Lowell Community Health Center is co-sponsoring the event, and LCHC CEO Susan West Levine and Element Care CEO Bob Wakefield will kick off the celebration. Traditional Khmer dances will be performed by students at the Lowell Community ...

19 Apr 2017 | 6:12 am

Khmer Rouge Tribunal: A UN Prosecutor's View - New York Times


New York Times

Khmer Rouge Tribunal: A UN Prosecutor's View
New York Times
In deciding whether the Khmer Rouge tribunal was worth it, consider the magnitude of its task. Demographic studies estimate that at least 1.7 million people, almost a quarter of Cambodia's population, lost their lives under the Khmer Rouge. Millions ...

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13 Apr 2017 | 3:01 pm

11 Years, $300 Million and 3 Convictions. Was the Khmer Rouge Tribunal Worth It? - New York Times


New York Times

11 Years, $300 Million and 3 Convictions. Was the Khmer Rouge Tribunal Worth It?
New York Times
BANGKOK — After spending more than a decade and nearly $300 million, the United Nations-backed tribunal prosecuting the crimes of the Khmer Rouge has convicted just three men. It appears now that they could be the only people to answer in court for ...

10 Apr 2017 | 11:26 am