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Relocations set bridge repairs back until May

source: Phnom Penh Post

Repairs to the Cambodian-Japanese Friendship Bridge, which a City Hall official had said would begin this month, will instead get underway in May, according to representatives from Japan, which is funding the work. 177 more words

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Land title total soars

source: Khmer Time

Land titles were issued for nearly four million people involving 500,000 land plots last year, nearly two thirds of the total of seven million plots, the Land Ministry has reported. 344 more words

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Ministry approves new Freedom Park

source: KhmerTime

The Interior Ministry has approved moving Freedom Park from its current location in the center of Phnom Penh to a more remote location along National Road 5 in Russey Keo district. 336 more words

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Poipet checkpoint to be upgraded, enlarged

source: phnompenhpost

The government has decided to build a new immigration office at the Poipet International Border Checkpoint at a cost of more than $2 million. 383 more words

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Cambodia's water people pushed out of Phnom Penh sewer for billion-dollar ING City

Source: ABC News

Setting out in the early morning, Sok Pov paddles her canoe across Phnom Penh’s sewage as she heads to work.

For decades, the vast lakes and wetlands fringing Cambodia’s capital have been home to thousands of people making a living from the water — fishing and harvesting vegetables for market. 1,052 more words

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Chinese workers rally for back wages at B Kak

Source: Phnom Penh Post

About 40 Chinese construction workers yesterday protested at a Boeung Kak lake development, claiming their Beijing-based employer has not paid their salaries in months. 218 more words

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Monday Turns Black Again in Cambodia as Protests Restart

Source: Radio Free Asia 

Cambodia’s “Black Monday” protest campaign restarted this week after it was put on hold for two weeks as it appeared the government was preparing to release jailed activists and an election commission official. 441 more words

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