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Coastal erosion became serious enough in Kampong Cham province for authorities to dismantle and move 13 houses along the Mekong.
A Cambodian woman convicted of pimping three underage Vietnamese girls appealed her sentence in court yesterday, claiming she made relatively little money from the girls and had obtained their mothers' consent to be sold for sex.
Sa Kaeo: Three men suspected of being members of a human trafficking gang were arrested yesterday for allegedly abducting six illegal Cambodian female migrant workers, raping four of them, and stealing their valuables, police say.
The Committee to Protect Journalists is concerned by the hefty financial damages imposed on a blogger in a defamation case in Cambodia.
News of an end to a year-long political deadlock has labour union leaders believing the opposition party can bring their interests to parliament, but a lack of follow-through could cost the Cambodia National Rescue Party vital support from one of its key interest groups.
Little La Lune is located on an unpretty part of Pacific Coast Highway, in a strip mall with less than 10 parking spots - and they're all taken.
A journalist and British national were hit with steep financial penalties in court yesterday for remarks made on his blog last year.
They were not on their leisure boats, they were actually a small poor Champa Muslim fishing community, part of a large group living on boats as their permanent floating houses moored at Chroy Changvar peninsula in and around the confluence of Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers, a stone's from Phnom Penh Royal Palace.
Cambodia's business community welcomed the news yesterday that the county's longest-ever parliamentary deadlock had come to an end - a resolution investors say will help ease fears of political instability.
But before heading out, make sure to buy an Angkor pass as you cannot enter the temples without it.
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Cambodia's opposition on Tuesday agreed to drop a parliamentary boycott following talks with Prime Minister Hun Sen, ending a year-long deadlock and easing political tension stemming from a disputed 2013 election.
Labour's Associate Disarmament Spokesperson and Parliamentians for Global Action President Ross Robertson is pleased with the successful outcome of the Asia Pacific Regional Parliamentary Workshop held last week in Siem Reap, Cambodia, to promote signature and ratification of the Arms Trade Treaty .
When the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia came in early 1992 to keep the peace negotiated under the Paris Peace Agreements, administer the country and organise the election of a Constituent Assembly, the Supreme National Council of Cambodia , then representing the Kingdom, met in the Royal Palace.
My last column, in the May 31 Pacific Daily News, "Sophal is a rare voice of calm," brought a slew of e-mails from readers who expressed admiration for Chan Sophal's life struggle and how her story has inspired them.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and Cambodian opposition parties said they had agreed an end to political deadlock and the opposition's year-long boycott of the national legislature.
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