Monthly Archives: May 2008

>CPP vows to rule alone

> Written by Nguon Sovan Friday, 30 May 2008Courtesy of Phnom Penh Post at http://www.phnompenhpost.com Prime Minister Hun has vowed that his ruling Cambodian People’s Party would govern alone if victorious in July’s general elections, ending a coalition government deal … Continue reading

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>A defining moment draws near

> Written by Kay Kimsong Friday, 30 May 2008Courtesy of Phnom Penh Post at http://phnompenhpost.com KAY KIMSONG Var Kimhong: The border with Laos will be fully demarcated by the end of June. C ambodia expects to finish demarcating its border … Continue reading

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>Funcinpec members bet on own demise

> Written by Sebastian Strangio and Khouth Sophak Chakrya Friday, 30 May 2008Courtesy of Phnom Penh Post at http://phnompenhpost.com TRACEY SHELTON A quiet Funcinpec headquarters is pictured in Phnom Penh, May 28. Members of the once-influential royalist party are hoping … Continue reading

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>11 p.m. — Lt. governor returns from Cambodia

> 11 p.m. — Lt. Governor Michael Cruz returned today after assisting medical and humanitarian efforts in Cambodia, according to a news release from the office of the governor. The mission, Pacific Angel 2008, represents a joint effort between the … Continue reading

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>Alaska Air National Guard Deliver Medical Supplies to Cambodia First U.S. military aircraft to land at Kampong Chhnang Province airfield since 1975

> By Capt Guy Hayes Alaska National Guard Office of Public Affairs The airfield at Chhnang Province, Cambodia, is busy with activity as Royal Cambodian Armed Forces, Alaska National Guard and U.S. Air Force members get operations underway for Pacific … Continue reading

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>Japan can help Cambodia’s quest for justice

> By Sara Colm, Senior Researcher on Cambodia for Human Rights Watch, published in The International Herald Tribune/The Asahi Shimbun May 29, 2008 The long-delayed court process to bring Khmer Rouge leaders to justice is under way in Cambodia. Five … Continue reading

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>Japan reaffirms support for Mekong

> Tokyo pledges help on many fronts to lift GDP in Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. By Somporn Thapanachai in Tokyo Japan has promised to continue investing effort and support to help three countries in the Mekong region – Vietnam, Laos … Continue reading

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