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Cambodia urged to act on plans to reintroduce tigers

The Cambodian arm of the World Wildlife Fund has called on the government to move forward with plans to reintroduce wild tigers in the country’s eastern forests, but reiterated concerns over possible development in the area.​ ...

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http://www.worldbulletin.net/news/162548/cambodia-urged-to-act-on-plans-to-reintroduce-tigers

Report exposes Cambodia’s failure of children

A report based on interviews with 54 children has exposed critical failings in Cambodia’s judicial system, recounting stories of unpleasant experiences in the presence of police, doctors and court rooms. UNICEF and Hagar, a child rights NGO based in Cambodia, released Wednesday “A System Just for ...

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http://www.worldbulletin.net/news/153988/report-exposes-cambodias-failure-of-children

Cambodian ruling elite accused of crimes against humanity

Forty NGOs from around the world have called on the prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague to begin preliminary examinations into claims that Cambodia’s “ruling elite” were accused of committing crimes against humanity. On October 7, British lawyer Richard Rogers submitted ...

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http://www.worldbulletin.net/world/150663/israeli-army-detains-palestinian-woman-in-w-bank

Monks overcome obstacles to march on Cambodian capital

Hundreds of monks are marching to Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh to mark International Human Rights Day, defying the orders of their own leaders and police and military roadblocks, local media reported Monday. Accompanied by rights campaigners, some of the monks have been walking towards the city ...

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http://www.worldbulletin.net/news/150189/monks-overcome-obstacles-to-march-on-cambodian-capital

Cambodia PM, opposition leader finalize election reform

Cambodian prime minister and his political opponent have finalized the details of an electoral reform plan, but some were met with criticism Saturday amid fears the election body will remain stacked with employees loyal to the ruling party. The Cambodia Daily reported that both Premier Hun ...

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http://www.worldbulletin.net/news/149520/cambodia-pm-opposition-leader-finalize-election-reform

Cambodia raises garment wage, but unions say not enough

Cambodia on Wednesday raised the controversial monthly minimum wage for garment workers by 28 percent, a decision likely to infuriate unions seeking a higher increase and revive calls for strike action. Sixteen members of the Labour Ministry’s Labour Advisory Committee voted for the government-proposed minimum ...

World Bulletin News Staff
http://www.worldbulletin.net/economy/148209/cambodia-raises-garment-wage-but-unions-say-not-enough

Cambodia police claim dissidents planning revolution

Police in Cambodia have stepped up pressure on an anti-Vietnamese dissident group, claiming it is planning the violent overthrow of the government, local media reported Monday. The Khmer National Liberation Front, which alleges that Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government is a puppet of Vietnam, has “hundreds ...

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https://cambodia.opendevelopmentmekong.net/wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=news

Union proposal for minimum wage scrapped in Cambodia

Activists have decried a decision by the Ministry of Labour to disregard union pleas for a hike in the minimum wage for some of the country’s 500,000 garment workers, one warning that it could lead to civil unrest. The unions’ wage proposal received only seven ...

World Bulletin News Staff
http://www.worldbulletin.net/union-proposal-for-minimum-wage-scrapped-in-cambodia/147476/union-proposal-for-minimum-wage-scrapped-in-cambodia

Cambodia PM attacked for praising notorius military unit

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has stirred disquiet after praising a military unit which has been heavily implicated in human rights abuses and political killings. The former Khmer Rouge commander – who has been premier for more than 25 years – gave a speech Monday thanking the troops of the notorius Brigade 70 for their ...

World Bulletin News Staff
http://www.worldbulletin.net/news/146197/cambodia-pm-attacked-for-praising-notorius-military-unit

Cambodia takes tentative steps to tackle corruption

Luxury cars and fancy homes are among the lavish gifts Cambodia’s political and business elite shower each other with on special occasions but there are hints the government is moving to curb such excesses. Patronage has long been a problem in impoverished Cambodia, with bribery ...

Worldbulletin News Staff
http://www.worldbulletin.net/america-canada/146002/cambodia-takes-tentative-steps-to-tackle-corruption

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