Monthly Archives: October 2008

>Negotiations Planned in Cambodia-Thailand Dispute

> By Reasey Poch Washington 31 October 2008 The recent border dispute between Cambodia and Thailand near the ancient Preah Vihear temple has escalated into military clashes that resulted in bloodshed on both sides. As Reasey Poch of VOA’s Khmer … Continue reading

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>Cambodia- Thailand Conflict – Preah Vihear belongs to the World

> By Reinhard Hohler, eTN Chiang Mai Oct 31, 2008 According to an article in today’s Phnom Penh Post, an official with the Council of Ministers said Tuesday the Cambodian National Committee, in partnership with Unesco, will post signs at … Continue reading

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>Noppadon book hits back at his critics

>The book’s title reads: “I Did Not Sell Out the Nation“. By The Nation Published on November 1, 2008 Former foreign minister Noppadon Pattama yesterday released his book “I Am No Traitor” to defend his record relating to the Preah … Continue reading

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>Obama in Cambodia

> Elena Lesley Posted October 31, 2008 PHNOM PENH — Since early September, American nationals have flocked to Phnom Penh’s Foreign Correspondents’ Club restaurant every Saturday night. The political debates they come to watch may have happened days earlier — … Continue reading

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>Opposition request for paliamentary role is rejected by Assembly

> Written by Meas Sokchea Friday, 31 October 2008Phnom Penh Post National Assembly says that Sam Rainsy Party‚Äôs demand to be recognised violated the Constitution and should not be honoured Photo by: Heng Chivoan Opposition leader Sam Rainsy addresses a … Continue reading

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>Thai police open fire on migrant workers

> Written by Cheang Sokha Friday, 31 October 2008Phnom Penh Post A CAMBODIAN worker is in serious condition after being shot in the head by Thai paramilitary troops in Thailand’s Aranyaprathet district, as he was waiting for a car to … Continue reading

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>Govt invites budget input

> Written by Vong Sokheng and Cheang Sokha Friday, 31 October 2008Phnom Penh Post THE National Assembly is seeking input from local and international stakeholders on a draft of the 2009 National Budget Law, which allocates US$2 billion in state … Continue reading

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