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Two local residents in Mondulkiri province’s O'Reang district point out villagers’ farms falling within the potential bounds of a new airport development.

Dispute Brewing Around Proposed Ecotourism Airport

O’REANG DISTRICT, Mondulkiri province — With guards standing by, threatening to quash any potential protest, an excavator dug closer to the Bunong communal burial grounds,

Hun Sen

Hun Sen Defends Record at UN Human Rights Council

Calling last year’s effectively opposition-less national election an improvement in democracy, Prime Minister Hun Sen told the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva on Thursday that his government reflected the will of his people.

Pictures show the return of Cambodians from the United States to Cambodia. Image: ice.gov

US Deports 37 to Cambodia

UPDATED 2:51 P.M. Thirty-seven Cambodians arrived in Phnom Penh on Thursday morning after being deported by the U.S. government, most of them following jail terms in the U.S.

Swine Pig Fever

African Swine Fever Breaks Out in Tbong Khmum

All diseased pigs in two villages in Tbong Khmum province must be destroyed to prevent the spread of the deadly African swine fever, Agriculture Minister Veng Sakhon said on Tuesday.

Former Radio Free Asia journalists Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin speak to reporters in this file photo (Hout Vuthy)

Trial Date for RFA Reporters Announced

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court has scheduled a July 26 hearing as the first day in the trial of two Radio Free Asia reporters arrested two years ago over accusations of espionage.

The Cambodia- EU Dialogue and the WhiteBook 2019 Launch event

Businesses Seek Reviews of Gov’t Officials’ Decisions

The European Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia has proposed the creation of a Supreme Administrative Court and independent review mechanisms within government agencies so businesses can have the law applied more consistently.