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Families fear eviction in dispute with Try Pheap

Source: The Phnom Penh Post By May Titthara Thu, 30 July 2015

Twenty-three families in a village in Pursat province currently embroiled in a land dispute with a company owned by tycoon Try Pheap have claimed that authorities are putting pressure on locals in an attempt to quash the issue. 153 more words

Human Rights

Post disguises its opinions as news

Unlike most English-language papers, the Phnom Penh Post does not have a regular editorial, giving the paper’s editor’s or owner’s views on issues of the day. 1,096 more words

Cambodian National Rescue Party

A Quick Trip South: a newspaper reporter in Cambodia takes a weekend break -- by Brent Crane

I wanted to get out of the city last weekend so I went down to Kampot, an old colonial town near the coast and the Vietnamese border. 1,817 more words

Guest Post

Protests over NGO law across country

Source: The Phnom Penh Post By May Titthara Thu, 23 July 2015

Hundreds of people across the country protested yesterday against the draft NGO law, as it was announced that the controversial legislation will go before the Senate on Friday. 373 more words

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White Building ‘overloaded’

Source៖  Thephnompenhpost   Fri, 17 July 2015  By៖ Sen David

Residents of Phnom Penh’s historic White Building have been warned by local authorities that DIY repairs and jam-packed apartments could be putting the iconic structure at risk. 398 more words

Development

Try Pheap denies logging park

Source៖The Phnom Penh Post Fri៖ 10 July 2015  By៖ ​May Titthara

Cambodia’s controversial logging baron has hit out at claims that his company is currently involved in the deforestation of a national park in Ratanakkiri province, vowing to take legal action against anyone falsely using his name to fell timber in the area. 429 more words

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Tycoon compensates 135 families at SEZ

Source៖  The Phnom Penh Post   Fri៖ 10 July 2015   By៖ Chhay Channyda

A long-running land dispute between more than 130 families and the company managing the Koh Kong Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is nearing its end, with only seven families left to sign the compensation agreement, officials confirmed yesterday. 198 more words

Land Dispute