Cambodia News: cambodia+Thailand

Thai-Cambodian relations steadily improving - The Nation


Thai-Cambodian relations steadily improving
The Nation
Despite the battle over the temple that went to an international tribunal, and despite countless other creaking bones of contention between our countries, economic realities have kept Thai-Cambodia relations warm enough that we can push ahead with ...

29 Aug 2016 | 1:01 pm

Cambodians Released from Thai Prisons | Khmer Times | News ... - Khmer Times


Cambodians Released from Thai Prisons | Khmer Times | News ...
Khmer Times
Fourteen Cambodians were freed from Thai jails and repatriated yesterday, after serving up to six years in Thailand for illegal logging, police said. Touch Ra ...
Loggers arrested in Thailand, National, Phnom Penh PostThe Phnom Penh Post

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29 Aug 2016 | 12:36 pm

Illegal Loggers Nabbed in Thailand | Khmer Times | News Portal ... - Khmer Times


Bangkok Post

Illegal Loggers Nabbed in Thailand | Khmer Times | News Portal ...
Khmer Times
Thirty-four Cambodians were arrested for illegal logging on Saturday by a joint government force in Thailands Nakhon Ratchasima province, the Bangkok Post ...
Thais set to release four arrested for logging, National, Phnom Penh ...The Phnom Penh Post
34 Cambodian phayung wood poachers arrested | Bangkok Post ...Bangkok Post

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28 Aug 2016 | 1:50 pm

Exports to Thailand Still Blocked | Khmer Times | News Portal ... - Khmer Times


Exports to Thailand Still Blocked | Khmer Times | News Portal ...
Khmer Times
Agricultural exports to Thailand are still being blocked at the border by Thai authorities over concerns that officials seals and certificates of origin are being ...

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28 Aug 2016 | 1:35 pm

Thailand and Cambodia co-chair meeting for bilateral cooperation ... - Pattaya Mail


Pattaya Mail

Thailand and Cambodia co-chair meeting for bilateral cooperation ...
Pattaya Mail
The 10th Meeting of the Joint Commission for Bilateral Cooperation between Thailand and Cambodia started yesterday at the St. Regis hotel in Bangkok.

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26 Aug 2016 | 10:21 pm

Cambodian Laborer Confesses to Murder in Thailand - The ... - The Cambodia Daily


Cambodian Laborer Confesses to Murder in Thailand - The ...
The Cambodia Daily
An itinerant farm laborer who confessed to killing a 75-year-old Cambodian woman near a sugarcane plantation in southern Thailand and stealing her jewelry ...
Cambodian Woman Dies in Thailand | Khmer Times | News Portal ...Khmer Times

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22 Aug 2016 | 8:23 pm

Cambodia proves fertile ground for foreign surrogacy after Thailand ban - The Guardian


The Guardian

Cambodia proves fertile ground for foreign surrogacy after Thailand ban
The Guardian
Kew says she is not aware that Thailand banned commercial surrogacy for foreigners last year. All she knows is that for this, her second surrogacy, her agency flew her to neighbouring Cambodia for the embryo transfer. “I think I will also have to ...

18 Aug 2016 | 11:00 pm

Visitors to Cambodia Spike After Thai Terror - The Cambodia Daily - The Cambodia Daily


The Cambodia Daily

Visitors to Cambodia Spike After Thai Terror - The Cambodia Daily
The Cambodia Daily
The number of visitors crossing into Cambodia through Poipet City spiked after last week's bombings at tourist sites in Thailand, according to a senior official in ...
Workers Struck by Lightning in Thailand | Khmer Times | News ...Khmer Times

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17 Aug 2016 | 7:54 pm

Cambodia tourism unaffected by Thailand bomb blasts - Bangkok Post


Bangkok Post

Cambodia tourism unaffected by Thailand bomb blasts
Bangkok Post
While Thailand is expected to lose up to 200,000 foreign visitors and $293 million in tourism revenue in the aftermath of the bombings, which appeared to target sites popular with tourists, its effects have not yet been felt in terms of tourism to ...
Thailand's Police Find More BombsKhmer Times

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17 Aug 2016 | 2:29 am

My way in: Studying in Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand - FIU News


FIU News

My way in: Studying in Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand
FIU News
Last summer, Leyanis Diaz '15 traveled to Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand as part of the Honors College's study abroad program. Diaz – a journalism and mass communication grad with a minor in hospitality – shares her experience in the blog post below.

3 Aug 2016 | 10:21 am