Monthly Archives: July 2006

>Rubber plantations worker lost her job after visiting the former King

>31 July 2006By Sok SereyRadio Free AsiaTranslated from Khmer by KI-Media A 46-year-old widowed Cambodian woman who has just been fired from her job by the owner of the Chamkar Andaung rubber plantations (Kompong Cham province), is requesting human rights … Continue reading

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>CPP Is Concerned About Election When Funcinpec And Opposition Party Form Nationalist Alliance

>Sakada ChunVoice of AmericaPhnom Penh31/07/2006 A ruling Cambodian People’s Party’s (CPP) high ranking official Monday says that the plan to form a nationalist alliance between opposition Sam Rainsy party (SRP) and Prince Norodom Ranariddh’s royalist FUNCINPEC party might make the … Continue reading

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>Arrest Warrant For Former Police Commissioner Heng Pov [- 1 million dollar bank account frozen]

> Heng Pov, former Phnom Penh police commissioner, former adviser of Hun Sen (Photo: RFA) Khemara SokVoice of AmericaWashington, DC31/07/2006 Major General, Ministry of Interior’s under Secretary of State, and former Phnom Penh police commissioner Heng Pov, was issued an … Continue reading

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>Poor health care system forces Cambodians to turn to magic elephant cures

>Cambodia’s magic elephant cures villagers’ illsZeenews.com Kompong Cham, July 31: In rural Cambodia where doctors and hospitals are scarce, poor villagers are turning to a magic elephant which is believed to cure ills ranging from typhoid to high blood pressure. … Continue reading

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>Suspicious VN companies development in Cambodia’s Kratie-Mondolkiri

>Vietnamese companies join development association in Cambodia 31/07/2006 VietNamNet – As many as 25 Cambodian and Vietnamese companies operating in northeastern Cambodia, have set up an association to promote economic development in Kratie and Mondolkiri provinces. The “Kratie-Mondolkiri Development Association” … Continue reading

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>Catholics learn about troubled history of Church in Cambodia

>July 31,2006 PHNOM PENH (UCAN) — The Catholic Church that was reborn in Cambodia less than 20 years ago looks to history as a way to instruct Catholics in a country that until recently tried to eradicate all traces of … Continue reading

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>The murder of trade unionist Chea Vichea: Still No Justice

>31 July 2006 AI Index: ASA 23/008/2006 (Public)Cambodia The murder of trade unionist Chea Vichea: Still No Justice “Impunity is a central human rights problem in Cambodia. It is not addressed by simply arresting persons for a high profile crime, … Continue reading

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