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Disabled men seek war vet pension status

About 50 people representing 520 villagers from nine districts in Banteay Meanchey province who claim to be disabled soldiers on Monday asked the provincial hall to intervene and request that the government help them get pensions.   ...

Pech Sotheary
http://www.khmertimeskh.com/50113876/disabled-men-seek-war-vet-pension-status/

Cambodians unconcerned by threats of violence ahead of election

Political campaigning in Cambodia’s local elections began on Saturday and has so far passed without incident. Cambodians in Phnom Penh on Monday said they hoped that the election could be conducted fairly and free of violence. Sim To, a second-year student at Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia, ...

Kann Vicheika
http://www.voacambodia.com/a/cambodians-unconcerned-by-threats-of-violence-ahead-of-election/3869453.html

Hun Sen continues to use fiery election Rhetoric, aimed at stoking fear of conflict

The prime minister has gone as far as to warn that “civil war” could follow an opposition victory at the polls and equating the fallout to a return of the Khmer Rouge regime. Prime Minister Hun Sen has frequently warned of impending conflict and instability ...

Kann Vicheika
http://www.voacambodia.com/a/hun-sen-continues-to-use-fiery-election-rhetoric-amied-at-stoking-fear-of-conflict/3865410.html

PM christens school with warnings of war

With crucial local elections around the corner and a national contest set for next year, Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday returned to warning Cambodians that a vote for anyone but the long-ruling CPP was a vote for plunging the country back into the bloody ...

Kuch Naren
https://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/pm-christens-school-with-warnings-of-war-125951/

Hun Sen Appeals for Kep's Vines to Be Tamed

Prime Minister Hun Sen appealed yesterday for developers and landowners in Kep City to build fences around their neglected properties to prevent vines from creeping onto the street of the coastal resort. Since much of the land in Kep City is owned by investors who live ...

http://www.cambodiadaily.com

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