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Cambodia court upholds convictions of land rights activists
UCAN India

Cambodia court upholds convictions of land rights activists

Detained activists from the Boeung Kak lake community are escorted through a media scrum Monday morning at the Appeal Court in Phnom Penh before being read the verdict in their case Phnom Penh: A Cambodian court on Monday upheld convictions for ... UCAN India, 5 days ago
Hope for B Kak activists Phnom Penh Post, 1 week ago
Boeung Kak activists release sought Phnom Penh Post, 1 week ago

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Malay Mail, 4 days ago
Voice of America, 1 week ago
UCAN India, 5 days ago
Malay Mail

Official Chinese MH370 website now accessible in China

Residents of Boeung Kak Lake light candles to spell 'MH370' during a Buddhist ceremony, praying for the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370, in Phnom Penh in this March 17, 2014 file picture. — Reuters pic BEIJING, Jan 27 — Access to the Chinese ...
 Malay Mail4 days ago

An indefensible verdict

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 the Appeal Court, two and a half months after they were arrested and ...
 Phnom Penh Post4 days ago B Kak protest convictions upheld on appeal  Phnom Penh Post5 days ago A tale of two Boeung Kak protests  Phnom Penh Post1 week ago Second front in Boeung Kak fight  Phnom Penh Post1 week ago

City Hall's pipe dream

Pipes that City Hall has installed to drain water from part of the capital's Boeung Kak lake area are too small to prevent serious flooding and could result in the deaths of local residents, a leaked report from developer Shukaku Inc says. The ...
 Phnom Penh Post1 month ago

After hiatus, World Bank OKs proposal for new funding

Officials at the World Bank, which in 2011 froze new loans to Cambodia amid a furore surrounding the Boeung Kak lake evictions, have approved preliminary proposals to issue funding for a project that could see families forcibly removed in Kampong ...
 Phnom Penh Post2 months ago

Assembly traffic talk makes B Kak detour

The second day of debate on a traffic bill that would create tougher rules for drivers on Cambodia's roads detoured into the political realm yesterday, when an opposition lawmaker appealed for the release of several female land activists on grounds ...
 Phnom Penh Post1 month ago
Gulf Times

Jailed at 75: Veteran campaigner leads Cambodia eviction battle

Nget Khun (R), known locally as "Mommy", holds lotus flowers in front of … Residents drive past sewage tubes at the Boeung Kok lake community in Phnom Penh … A rubbish site in the Boeung Kok lake community in Phnom Penh on November 12, 20 ...
 Yahoo! Singapore2 months ago Veteran activist soldiers on behind bars months ago Veteran activist leads Cambodia eviction battle  China Post2 months ago Jailed at 75, veteran campaigner leads Cambodia eviction battle  Rappler2 months ago

Cambodia not free: report

Following reports of endemic corruption and suppression of dissent in the Kingdom last year, Cambodia was once again classified by global watchdog Freedom House as not free in a generally bleak report released yesterday. In Freedom of the World ...
 Phnom Penh Post2 days ago

Cambodia: Free women protesters and Buddhist monk jailed after summary trials

Ten women housing rights defenders and a Buddhist monk, all jailed after short summary trials and some suffering from serious health issues, must be released immediately and unconditionally, Amnesty international said ahead of their appeal hearing ...
 Noodls1 week ago Cambodia must free women protesters and Buddhist monk jailed after summary trials  Noodls1 week ago
Al Jazeera

Cambodian protesters get photo smart

On the same day as the 30th anniversary of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen's rule, which began on January 14,1985, three alleged members of the Khmer People's Power Movement (KPPM) were jailed. They were sentenced to up to six years in prison ...
 Al Jazeera1 week ago Whose Rights Is The Hun Sen Government In Cambodia Protecting?  Forbes.com2 months ago
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