Monthly Archives: March 2006

>Storm damages Cambodia’s Angkor-era temples

> Koh Ker Temple Mar 31, 2006Associated Press PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — Three Cambodian temples built more than a 1,000 years ago were damaged when dozens of trees collapsed on them during a heavy rain storm this week, an official … Continue reading

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>AIDS Healthcare Foundation and the Royal Government of Cambodia Partner to Bring Free Anti-Retroviral Treatment to People With HIV/AIDS in Cambodia

> PHNOM PENH, Cambodia and LOS ANGELES, March 31 /PRNewswire/ — AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest AIDS organization in the United States, which operates free AIDS treatment clinics in the US, Africa, Central America, and Asia, has joined together … Continue reading

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>CAMBODIA: Garment exports grow 10.6 percent because of restrictions on Chinese

> PHNOM PENH: Despite healthy growth in 2005, Cambodia’s economy is a matter of concern because of its narrow base; diversification is needed to sustain economic growth in the country; the World Bank said on March 30. Bank’s latest report … Continue reading

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>Cambodia’s GDP grows nearly 10 percent in 2005 [but Cambodian people still lack basic necessities]

> Cambodia had good economic performance with a growth in GDP (gross domestic product) of nearly 10 percent for 2005, higher than the predicted 7 percent growth, local media reported on Friday. Preliminary estimates from the government indicate that Cambodia’s … Continue reading

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>Weekend Reading: Ghosts of a Genocide Past

> Posted on Chiang Mai Citylifechiangmainews.com The man with the one eye stood staring at us and it was hard to look and perhaps even harder to look away. There was something behind that solitary eye that intrigued, something hidden … Continue reading

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>PM Steps Up Attack on UN And Its Envoy

>Friday, March 31, 2006 By Yun Samean and Erik WassonTHE CAMBODIA DAILY Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday expanded his verbal assault on UN Special Representative for Human Rights in Cambodia Yash Ghai, while rights workers said they supported Ghai’s … Continue reading

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>PM Has History of Belittling Rights Envoys

>Friday, March 31, 2006 THE CAMBODIA DAILY Prime Minister Him Sen’s verbal assault on UN envoy Yash Ghai may appear unique—unprecedented, even. And while the description of the envoy as a “long-term tourist” may certainly be Hun Sen at his … Continue reading

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