Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Cambodia: Angkor Gold approves mining payout scheme

Cambodian mining firm Angkor Gold has agreed to accept payment by instalment on Mesco Gold’s final tranche for the purchase of its Phum Syarung...

Cambodia: Kem Ley trial: ‘Meet to kill’ sticks with debt story...

Almost eight months after gunning down Kem Ley in a Phnom Penh petrol station, former soldier Oeut Ang faced trial yesterday, but in a...

Cambodia: Locals seek spirits’ help

More than 300 ethnic villagers at two separate locations in Preah Vihear province conducted traditional ceremonies yesterday beseeching the spirits for an end to...

Cambodia: Sugar giant has sweet dreams

A colossal sugar mill in Preah Vihear province will roar to life again next week, promising to devour 1 million tonnes of sugarcane in...

Cambodia: Tensions between Chinese firm, ethnic villagers mount

Ethnic Kuoy villagers in Preah Vihear’s Chey Sen district filed a complaint against Chinese sugar company Rui Feng on Tuesday after a long-simmering land...

Cambodia: Sub-decree could back evicted villagers’ claims

A little-publicized sub-decree signed in July and discovered by the Post yesterday in an NGO database raises questions as to whether the eviction on...

Cambodia: Ethnic minority families claim violent evictions in Preah Vihear

Six ethnic Kuoy families were violently evicted from their homes in Preah Vihear over the weekend, according to eyewitnesses, with further evictions threatened for...

Cambodia: Kui’s Ancient Blacksmith Site in Kampong Thom under Threat

Hidden in the deep jungle of the Prey Lang area, Kui’s traditional metal smith site may not be known by Cambodian archaeologists as it...

Cambodia: Longtime Rights Champion Kem Ley Gunned Down In Broad Daylight

Prominent political analyst and government critic Kem Ley was shot dead yesterday morning at a Caltex service station on Phnom Penh’s Monivong Boulevard, in...