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Update: Sun, Jul 22 2018    

Interview: Sino-Cambodian ties reach "golden age": Cambodian gov't spokesman

As July 19 marks the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Cambodia, a Cambodian government spokesman said Thursday that the ties between the two countries have now reached "golden age." The two countries established the official diplomatic ties on July 19, 1958.



Chinese Embassy in Cambodia celebrates PLA's 91st anniversary

The Chinese Embassy in Cambodia hosted a reception here on Thursday to celebrate the 91st anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army of China , which falls on Aug. 1. The celebratory event was attended by Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Gen. Tea Banh and Chinese Ambassador to Cambodia Xiong Bo as well as some 400 guests.



Therapeutic and Transmission-Blocking - Efficacy of...

Institut Pasteur, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Popovici J, Vantaux A, Primault L, Samreth R, Piv E, Bin S, et al. Therapeutic and Transmission-Blocking a Efficacy of Dihydroartemisinin/Piperaquine and Chloroquine against Plasmodium vivax Malaria, Cambodia. Emerg Infect Dis.



Why Oakland's Nyum Bai Is Poised for National Acclaim

This month, Cambodia will make international headlines for its probable sham of a national election. Hun Sen, the world's longest-serving prime minister, is expected to win another five years in office.



Cambodian Tax Chief Lied to Australian Corporate Regulator

The head of Cambodia's tax department, Kong Vibol, could face jail for lying to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission if sanctioned, the corporate regulator has told VOA. A number of questions were raised about the shadowy business dealings of Kong and other powerful, politically connected Cambodians in an investigation aired by Al Jazeera's program 101 East last week.



Cambodia calls campaign to boycott election a 'crime'

An official from Cambodia's National Election Committee uses a bottle of indelible ink to mark a finger during a briefing on the voting process before the Jul 29 election. PHNOM PENH: Cambodia's election commission on Tuesday described calls to boycott a controversial election on Jul 29 as a "crime" and said authorities were already pursuing charges against those who criticised the vote.



The Korea Herald chief editorial writer elected new ANN chairman

Chon Shi-yong, the chief editorial writer of The Korea Herald, has been elected as the new chairman of the Asia News Network , an alliance of 24 leading media organizations in 21 countries across Asia. Chon, a member of the ANN Board of Editors since 2015, was elected by the Board in its recent annual meeting in Kuala Lumpur.



Youths invited to take part in AICHR Debate

The 2018 ASEAN Youth Debate will be held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in August to raise awareness among youths in the region on human rights issues. The three-day programme from Aug 25, organised by the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights , will also provide opportunities for youths to voice their views and interact with human rights experts.



Honour for justice fighter

The community at Vat Khemarangsaram Cambodian Buddhist Temple at Bonnyrigg gathered to remember the life, work and courage of Dr Kem Ley , a Cambodian activist who was killed in 2016 in Cambodia. The local ceremony, which was held here on July 7, was one of five memorial ceremonies conducted in cities across Australia on the second anniversary of Dr Ley's death.



Fiona Fernandez: One-track mind

The Railways decision to scrap the lone surviving coach from Mumbai's 7/11 serial train blasts is unfortunate. It will wipe out an important historic chapter in India's fight against terror Nearly four years back, while we were visiting Cambodia, largely to soak in the grandeur and scale of the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Angkor Wat - a pit stop in the historic capital city of Phnom Penh - an nth hour addition to our itinerary - turned out to be quite a mind-altering experience, as far as preservation and national pride goes.



Cambodian spy trial of Australian filmmaker postponed again

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Cambodia's 'dirty dozen' have no place in Australia

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen's crackdown on dissent is in full swing ahead of national elections later this month. But who are the generals around Hun Sen who act like a praetorian guard protecting him and the ruling party, helping to crush or eliminate political opponents, and then obstructing efforts at accountability? In June, Human Rights Watch released a report, Cambodia's Dirty Dozen , profiling 12 senior generals in the military, police and gendarmerie who are responsible for serious and systematic human rights violations.



Cambodian trial of Aust film maker delayed

A bench of three judges has granted Australian film maker James Ricketson a one month delay in his espionage trial so he can prepare his defence, after prosecutors failed to produce 1600 pages of evidence. "I haven't been presented with any evidence at all," Ricketson, dressed in orange prison overalls and looking tired, told the Phnom Penh court on Monday.



Cambodia marks anniversaries of listing 2 archeological sites on World Heritage List

Cambodia on Sunday celebrated the 10th anniversary of the inclusion of the Preah Vihear Temple and the first anniversary of the inclusion of Sambor Prei Kuk archeological site on the UNESCO's prestigious World Heritage List. Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen and his wife Bun Rany presided over the celebratory event at the National Olympic Stadium here, which was attended by approximately 10,000 revelers.



Nepal, Iran, to Cambodia and some experiences of a lifetime

We are off this Monday on a three-week fast-moving journey and speaking engagements in Nepal in the Himalayas in South Asia, then to Tehran, Iran in the Middle East, and on to Phnom Penh, Cambodia in Southeast Asia with brief connecting flight stop-overs in Bangkok and Muscat, Oman. We sincerely thank God that at 81, the Lord has given us fair health and some residual energy to attend meetings, deliver speeches at home and overseas, pursue strategic goals, and comply with foreign obligations.



2 Cambodians die, 48 fall ill after drinking suspected tainted wine

Two villagers had died and 48 others had been hospitalized in northeast Cambodia's Kratie province after drinking rice wine, which was suspicious of containing high levels of methanol, a local official said Saturday. "One woman died on Thursday and the other on Friday, as 48 others had been admitted to the Snuol district referral hospital," Kong Kimny, governor of Snuol district, told Xinhua.



Cambodia's rubber export up 21 pct in first half of 2018

Cambodia had exported 84,419 tons of dry rubber in the first six months of 2018, up 21 percent over the same period last year, according to a General Directorate of Rubber report on Saturday. The Southeast Asian nation earned a gross revenue of 121 million U.S. dollars from the export during the January-June period this year, down 2.3 percent over the same period last year, the report said.