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Long-term plan to ease congestion nearly done

By Chan Muyhong, The Phnom Penh Post, 21 August 2014

After more than two years of research and development, a transportation plan designed to ease traffic congestion in Phnom Penh has been completed and will be soon submitted to the government for approval, officials said yesterday. 243 more words

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PM looks to US to justify use of force

By Meas Sokchea, The Phnom Penh Post, 22 August 2014

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday compared Cambodia’s deadly government crackdowns favourably with attempts in the United States to quell days of unrest following the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman. 443 more words

Human Rights

Teachers to receive pay boost: PM

By Chhay Channyda, The Phnom Peenh Post, 22 August 2014

About 110,000 teachers and other education staff across the country will receive pay rises between September and April as part of government salary reforms, Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday. 127 more words

Human Rights

Tetanus thought to be culprit in prison death

By Mom Kunthear, The Phnom Penh Post, 22 August 2014

Rights group Adhoc is investigating the case of a 32-year-old man who died on Wednesday night while in pretrial detention in Ratanakkiri. 322 more words

Human Rights

Rainy season timing blamed

By Charles Rollet and Pech Sotheary, The Phnom Penh Post, August 2014

Floods have claimed 45 lives and forced over 11,500 families to leave their homes as of August 19, according to National Committee for Disaster Management vice president Nhim Vanda, who spoke yesterday at a conference in the Cambodiana Hotel dedicated to addressing the problem. 339 more words

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Villagers ‘arrested’ over land row

By Chhay Channyda, The Pnhom Penh Post, 22 August 2014

Three people locked in a land dispute with a military police officer in Svay Rieng province were yesterday arrested at their homes, accused of destroying property, a villager said. 125 more words

Human Rights

Parties promise KDC solutions

By Pech Sotheary, The Pnhom Penh Post, 22 August 2014

Lawmakers from both the ruling party and the opposition yesterday met with and promised Kampong Chhnang villagers they would seek a solution in their 12-year-long land dispute with KDC International. 337 more words

Human Rights