Monthly Archives: March 2008

>FBI Must Unmask the Masterminds of the March 30th, 1997 Grenade Attacks

> “The gruesome nature of the attacks demand serious attention and thorough investigations. The spirits of the victims of those attacks must not be forgotten and must be allowed to rest in peace. Perpetrators and the masterminds of those attacks … Continue reading

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>Workers Delay Strike for Negotiation

> By Chiep Mony, VOA Khmer Original report from Phnom Penh 31 March 2008 Khmer audio aired March 31 (0.99MB) – Download (MP3) Khmer audio aired March 31 (0.99MB) – Listen (MP3) A union of factory workers will delay a … Continue reading

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>US Group Calls for Freedom of Assembly

> By Chun Sakada, VOA Khmer Original report from Phnom Penh 31 March 2008 Khmer audio aired March 31 (663KB) – Download Khmer audio aired March 30 (1.29MB) – Download (MP3) Khmer audio aired March 30 (1.29MB) – Listen (MP3) … Continue reading

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>Cambodia, Laos sign MOU of border crossing pass, transportation

> Special report: Premier Wen visits Laos, attends GMS Summit PHNOM PENH, March 31 (Xinhua) — Cambodia and Laos have signed a Memorandum of Understanding of border crossing pass and transportation while Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen paid a visitin … Continue reading

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>People Power can change Cambodia

> By SOURN SEREY RATHA Guest CommentaryPublished: March 31, 2008 CRANSTON CITY, R.I., United States, The ruling party of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, in another politically motivated ploy to weaken rivals prior to national elections in July, arrested Tuot … Continue reading

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>Cambodia: Infamous Grenade Attack Still Unpunished

>Scenes of the massacre. Click the photos to zoom in. 31 Mar 2008 Source: Human Rights Watch Reuters and AlertNet are not responsible for the content of this article or for any external internet sites. The views expressed are the … Continue reading

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>Biogas Projects Show Promise for Power Developing World

>Photo Credit: SME-RE Battambang, Cambodia and Santa Fe, Costa Rica [RenewableEnergyWorld.com] Europe, the U.S. and the rest of the developed world are bringing more and more renewable energy online everyday to offset the use of fossil fuels and the release … Continue reading

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