Filter by Archive:  
Read other documents:  

Khmer Krom Community Calls Off Protest

( 23-July-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 58; Issue 76; Page 17 )

After spending all day Monday protesting ta the Vietnamese Embassy to demand their complaint regarding comments made by a Vietnamese diplomat be directly accepted by the embassy, Khmer Krom monks and supporters yesterday settled for having a City Hall representative be the messenger.

Farmers Ask Hun Sen for Help, Told to Go Home

( 23-July-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 58; Issue 76; Page 17 )

Prime Minister Hun Sen’s cabinet yesterday refused to accept a petition from some 200 farmers who traveled from Kratie province to Phnom Penh to ask for help in settling their land dispute with a plantation owner, urging them to try settling the case with their local authorities first.

Jailbreak Cop Asked to Clarify Status of Appeal

( 23-July-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 58; Issue 76; Page 18 )

Disgraced penal police officer Hang Vuthy was questioned yesterday over a verdict of damaging public property during a 2006 escape from Prey Sar prison, municipal judge Leang Samnath said.

Release Quickly Follows Deal

( 23-July-2014 by The Phnom Penh Post )

A jubilant crowd of opposition supporters burst into cheers yesterday afternoon as seven Cambodia National Rescue Party lawmakers-elect and one party activist were released on bail just hours after an announced rapprochement between the CNRP and the ruling Cambodian People’s Party.

Judge Pushes on Lawmaker’s ‘Jailbreak’ Case Heard

( 23-July-2014 by The Phnom Penh Post )

A judge in Kandal province yesterday heard evidence against an opposition lawmaker-elect accused of helping someone escape from prison, despite the accused requesting a delay and having no lawyer present, a rights group said.

Easing Sex Trade Laws ‘Could Lower’ HIV Rate

( 23-July-2014 by The Phnom Penh Post )

Decriminalizing sex work could slash the world’s HIV infections by a third or more, according to a new study.

Eyes Turn to Legislation Passed Without CNRP

( 23-July-2014 by The Phnom Penh Post )

After months of decrying the one-party National Assembly as illegitimate and vowing to amend any flawed legislation passed during a parliamentary boycott, the Cambodia National Rescue Party, by agreeing to take its seats yesterday, is about to get its chance.

Krom Protests End for Now

( 23-July-2014 by The Phnom Penh Post )

Two days of roadblocks in front of the Vietnamese Embassy by Kampuchea Krom activists ended yesterday after intervention from the Phnom Penh Municipality.

Acid Attack Victim Won’t Talk

( 23-July-2014 by The Phnom Penh Post )

Police in Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet town are searching for the perpetrator of an acid attack who the victim so far refuses to identify.

One year in the making

( 23-July-2014 by The Phnom Penh Post )

The deadlock is over. Nearly a year after the disputed July 2013 national election, the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party yesterday agreed to end its 10-month-long parliamentary boycott and “work together” with the ruling Cambodian People’s Party in the National Assembly.

Previous    1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12      Next