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‘No proof’ in Koh Kong land fight: judge

By:Pech Sotheary, The Phnom Penh Post  January 27, 2015

Villagers in Koh Kong province were sent back to the drawing board yesterday, when theCourt of Appeal upheld the provincial court’s decision that about 62 hectares of land belongs to Heng Huy Co. 140 more words

Land Dispute

Montagnards bypass R’kiri

By:Phak Seangly, The Phnom Penh Post  January 27, 2015

The latest Montagnard asylum seekers to arrive in Cambodia have bypassed the northeastern province where 14 others are currently in hiding and headed straight to the capital to meet with UN officials yesterday, who referred them to the government’s Refugee Department. 427 more words

Human Rights

An ‘indefensible’ verdict

By:Khouth Sophak Chakrya , The Phnom Penh Post  January 27, 2015

Despite hopes to the contrary, 10 female land activists, including seven well-known Boeung Kak lake protesters, and a monk, had their convictions upheld yesterday morning at theAppeal Court, two and a half months after they were arrested and sentenced to a year inprison within 24 hours of their respective arrests. 279 more words

Boeung Kak

Development plan in works

By:Taing Vida and Sean Teehan , The Phnom Penh Post  January 27, 2015

Villagers in three provinces are currently being surveyed by the Ministry of Rural Development and South Korea’s International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) for an upcoming development pilot project. 314 more words

Development

Court refuses to return charged officials’ effects

By:Kim Sarom, The Phnom Penh Post  January 27, 2015

The Supreme Court yesterday ruled that phones, iPads and other possessions confiscated from six opposition lawmakers during the violent July 15 protest at Freedom Park would not yet be returned. 199 more words

Human Rights

An ‘indefensible’ verdict

By:Khouth Sophak Chakrya , The Phnom Penh Post  January 27, 2015

Despite hopes to the contrary, 10 female land activists, including seven well-known Boeung Kak lake protesters, and a monk, had their convictions upheld yesterday morning at theAppeal Court, two and a half months after they were arrested and sentenced to a year inprison within 24 hours of their respective arrests. 640 more words

Human Rights