Monthly Archives: September 2008

>Cambodia wants to discuss temple dispute at next meeting: Thai FM

> BANGKOK, Sept 30 (TNA) – Thai Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sompong Amornvivat on Tuesday revealed that Cambodia wants to raise a border demarcation dispute over Ta Muen Thom and Ta Kwai temple ruins for discussion with Thailand … Continue reading

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>Just how ready to fight are the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces?

> Written by Brendan Brady and Thet Sambath Tuesday, 30 September 2008Courtesy of Phnom Penh Post The recent border standoff over Preah Vihear temple threw a spotlight on RCAF by beaming around the world images of flip-flop-wearing Cambodian soldiers with … Continue reading

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>Cambodia looks to nuclear power

> Cambodia’s government says the kingdom may develop its first nuclear power plant as early as 2020. It says with hydropower and coal capacity expected to peak in the next decade, nuclear energy is the best option for the country. … Continue reading

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>Cambodia golf courses aim to hit tourists

> Phnom Penh (dpa) – Cambodia’s efforts to attract high-end tourists by developing a world class golfing scene in the space of just a few years appears to have paid off, with a major regional golf tour company preparing to … Continue reading

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>Justice a tool of the rich: AI

> Written by Christopher Shay Tuesday, 30 September 2008Courtesy of Phnom Penh Post Two rights groups last week identified a worsening pattern of intimidation against activists in which the justice system is used as a tool of persecution Tracey Shelton … Continue reading

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>Dengue Fever Still Catching

>Dengue Fever performs live. Tuesday, Sep 30, 2008 Los Angeles-based Cambodian-American rock outfit Dengue Fever continues to heat up the road with a schedule that will see the band on stages in the U.S. and abroad through the end of … Continue reading

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>King Sisowath’s 1906 protest letter to the French colonial Governor regarding the illegal occupation of Khmer territories by Siam

> King Sisowath Translated from French by Luc Sâr for Ki-MediaOur sincere thanks to Bora Touch, Esq. for pointing out this important historic letter Click here to read the original letter in French (PDF) Letter from the King of Cambodia, … Continue reading

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