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No foreign troops on Cambodian soil': Hun Sen says no China base here

The long-time leader, and Beijing ally, made comments on social media after receiving a letter from US Vice-President Mike Pence Cambodia will not allow foreign military bases on its soil, strongman premier Hun Sen said Monday, swatting away US concerns about a possible Chinese naval site near hotly contested seas. China has lavished billions of dollars in soft loans, infrastructure and investment on the poor Southeast Asian kingdom, gifting Prime Minister Hun Sen a fast growing economy that he wields as justification for his 33-year authoritarian rule.



Cambodian PM says won't allow any foreign military base in his country

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen arrives at the Independence Monument to attend celebrations marking the 65th anniversary of the country's independence from France, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Samrang Pring/Files PHNOM PENH: Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Monday there would never be a foreign military base in his country, following a news report that China was lobbying for a naval base in southwest Koh Kong province.



Cambodia's beleaguered opposition and the fight for democracy

In June 2017, Cambodia's pro-democracy opposition party made unprecedented gains in the local commune elections, casting serious doubt on Prime Minister Hun Sen's ability to extend his 33-year rule in the following year's national election. There was a spirit of optimism when Kem Sokha's Cambodia National Rescue Party prepared to take on Hun Sen at the ballot box.



Cambodia says Khmer Rouge tribunal that convicted 3 is done

Cambodia has reiterated it intends to end the work of the U.N.-backed tribunal that last week convicted the last two surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng said the tribunal's work had been completed and there would not be any additional prosecutions for acts that led to the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people in the 1970s.



Cambodia says Khmer Rouge tribunal that convicted 3 is done Source: AP

Cambodia has reiterated it intends to end the work of the U.N.-backed tribunal that last week convicted the last two surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng said the tribunal's work had been completed and there would not be any additional prosecutions for acts that led to the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people in the 1970s.



From Lowell start, D.C. news anchor reports at Radio Free Asia

Nareth Muong guesses he's filed hundreds of stories since he began working for Radio Free Asia two years ago. The Cambodian-born reporter covers stories about human rights, democracy, and politics back home.



Cambodian official says Khmer Rouge tribunal's work is done

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11 Rai of Land in Bang Saray

Selling 1 Rai for 5.5 million baht. Land is... Phnom Penh, Cambodia - The last surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime that ruled Cambodia in the 1970s, when their reign of... Colombo, Sri Lanka - Pandemonium reigned in Sri Lanka's Parliament on Friday as lawmakers supporting disputed Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa threw books and... Paris - French Polynesian President Edouard Fritch has said the leaders of the French collectivity of islands in the South Pacific lied to... New Delhi - A cyclone hit the coast of southern India on Friday, killing at least 13 people, damaging homes and forcing the...



Vancouver lawyer who prosecuted Khmer Rouge leaders welcomes genocide verdict

Lawyer Dale Lysak is shown in this undated handout photo. A Vancouver lawyer who helped prosecute two of the Khmer Rouge's most senior surviving leaders is breathing a little easier after a tribunal found the two Cambodian men guilty of genocide and other crimes.



Experts weigh the record of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge tribunal

In this photo released by the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Khieu Samphan, foreground, former Khmer Rouge head of state, stands at thea dock in a court room during a hearing at the U.N.-backed war crimes tribunal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. A U.N.-backed tribunal in Cambodia on Friday convicted the two most senior surviving leaders of the country's former Khmer Rouge regime of genocide and other crimes against humanity, sentencing them to life in prison.



Angkor Wat lives up to its reputation

For the last two years, Angkor Wat was chosen as the World's Top Landmark in Trip Advisor's Travellers' Choice Awards. This ancient city in northwestern Cambodia has risen from near obscurity during the bad old days of wars and political turmoil in the late 20th century to become one of the most popular tourist destinations anywhere.



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And in pictures given exclusively to Daily Star Online, Mr Boyer has labelled different objects which he believes belong to the missing plane. The grainy photos show several white pieces lying on the forest floor north-west of Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh.



New life beckons for multilingual Cambodian boy at centre of viral video

SIEM REAP, Cambodia: In the ancient temple complex of Angkor, it is not often a new attraction emerges. But from the country's most revered site, a new sensation has arrived - a young boy named Thuch Salik.



Cambodia: Beijing-backed Project Won't Include Chinese Base

The Cambodian military and government officials have denied a report claiming that a Beijing-backed development project would pave the way for a Chinese naval base in the country. The online newspaper Asia Times reported earlier this week that the deep-water port, which is being developed by China's Union Development Group in Koh Kong province, could host Chinese frigates and destroyers.



Betsy DeVos pitching new protections for students accused of sexual assault

Betsy DeVos pitching new protections for students accused of sexual assault - The Trump administration is expected to propose new guidelines for schools dealing with sexual assault and harassment allegations that would make it harder for students to prove misconduct and offer greater protections for those accused of wrongdoing. Video shows white Kansas official telling a black woman he is 'part of the master race' - Colleagues call on Kansas' Leavenworth County Commissioner to resign after telling African-American constituent "You have a gap in your teeth.



Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide by Cambodia tribunal

Phnom Penh, Nov 16 : Two of the Khmer Rouges top leaders on Friday were found guilty of genocide at a tribunal here. Nuon Chea, 92, known as Brother Number Two, was found guilty of genocide relating to crimes committed against the Cham Muslims and ethnic Vietnamese by the UN-backed Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, reports Efe news.



Tribunal to decide genocide, other verdicts over Khmer Rouge

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