The GuardianLow pay and wandering hands: protecting Cambodia's 'beer girls'The GuardianNow several NGOs and workers' unions have developed programmes to address some of these issues, such as Care Cambodia, which targets approximately 6,000 beer promoters, and the Cambodian Food and Services Workers' Federation (CFSWF), ... Write a comment
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Police strictly keep Thai-Cambodian border points under surveillance during ...Thailand National News BureauSURIN, 18 December 2014 (NNT) - The Immigration Police has instructed police at the Thai-Cambodian checkpoints to look out for any suspicious individuals and vehicles particularly those with arrest warrants. Deputy Immigration Police Commander Police ... Write a comment
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The NationalSebastian Strangio's book on Hun Sen's Cambodia lays bare the mirage on the ...The NationalOn the surface, Cambodia today is one of the great success stories of democratic transition – every bit the poster country for UNTAC, the United Nations' mission that oversaw implementation of the 1991 Paris peace accords, which ended the series of civil ...and more » Write a comment
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Cambodian PM orders probe into mass HIV infectionsXinhuaPHNOM PENH, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday ordered experts to thoroughly look into the case of mass HIV infections in a remote commune of northwestern Cambodia and called on the public not to panic over the ...and more » Write a comment
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“Khmer for Khmer” founder Kem Ley said Wednesday that his political reform group plans to create 25 political parties early next year as part of a pilot program to assess the viability of such micro-parties before the next elections. Write a comment
Source: Cambodia Daily
The Interior Ministry on Wednesday confirmed that China will construct a new head office for the National Police in Phnom Penh at no cost in order to accommodate the expanding duties of Cambodia’s domestic security operations. Write a comment
Source: Cambodia Daily
After a two-day strike that saw trash quickly pile up along Phnom Penh’s streets, more than 1,000 workers for the city’s only trash collection company, Cintri, agreed to return to their jobs Wednesday after being promised pay raises. Write a comment
Source: Cambodia Daily
A Spanish man was on Wednesday convicted of murdering a British tourist at a rental house in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district last year and sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court. Write a comment
Source: Cambodia Daily
The body of a 10-year-old girl believed to have been raped and murdered was found floating in the Tonle Sap lake in Pursat province on Tuesday, two days after she went missing from her home, police said Wednesday. Write a comment
Source: Cambodia Daily
As at least 16 more villagers in Battambang province's Roka commune tested positive for HIV Wednesday—bringing the total number of positive tests over the past week above 100—provincial police began questioning the unlicensed doctor whom villagers suspect of spreading the virus. Write a comment
Source: Cambodia Daily




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