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Shots fired as families evicted

Police, military police and forestry officials evicted 100 families in Koh Kong province’s Smach Meanchey district yesterday, shooting into the air during the forcible removal to disperse villagers with the threat of violence. It was the second day of evictions in an area authorities say ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013030761809/National/shots-fired-as-families-evicted.html

Villagers may get land titles

Representatives of 171 Pursat families who claim to have been unfairly left out of the government’s land-titling process said they have reached a tentative agreement with the minister of Industry, Mines and Energy to continue farming on the Bakan district land they have occupied for ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013022661603/National/villagers-may-get-land-titles.html

Land titles denied, villagers in Pursat claim

Student volunteers working as part of the government’s land titling scheme are again being accused of refusing to measure land – this time in Pursat province – because they say those living there have done so illegally, according to villagers. Villagers in Bakan district said the ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013022061480/National/titles-denied-villagers-in-pursat-claim.html

Families May Lose Farmland To Social Land Concessions

More than 100 families face the loss of their rice fields over a social land concession that was granted to the families of military veterans in Stung Treng province, local authorities and villagers said yesterday. Seven families, who depend on their rice and mango harvest in ...

http://www.cambodiadaily.com

Journalist Lied Villagers Claim

More than 300 families embroiled in a land dispute with notorious, and now defunct, NGO Darpo said yesterday that they had filed complaints to the Preah Vihear Provincial Court on Wednesday accusing a Koh Santepheap reporter of disinformation and calling for his arrest and $4,000 ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012111659772/National-news/journalist-lied-villagers-claim.html

B Kak women hit streets again

Two months after their release from Prey Sar prison, members of the so-called Boeung Kak 13 were yesterday at the forefront of more calls for authorities to mark out land promised to their community. About 50 Boeung Kak women and children gathered outside to urge authorities to ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012082858318/National-news/boeung-kak-women-hit-streets-again.html

Phnom Penh Court Charge Four Officials Of Land Ministry Over Corruption

The media release from ministry of land management, urbanization and construction on August 10 said: after getting information of irregularity on implementing the social economic land for former armed forces and poor families which published in media on June 14,2012. Ministry set up a committee to monitor the ...

Preah Vihear villagers protest soldiers' SLC

Villagers who allege authorities and armed forces in Preah Vihear province have been burning their houses and clearing farmland of 400 families, to create a social land concession, protested yesterday, calling on intervention from Prime Minister Hun Sen. The 5,557-hectare SLC in Kulen district’s Srayang village ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012080757855/National-news/preah-vihear-villagers-protest-soldiers.html

B Meanchey Villagers Protest Over Land Titles

More than 170 villagers in Banteay Meanchey province locked in a land dispute with a local company protested yesterday in front of the provincial hall, seeking land titles in compliance with Prime Minister Hun Sen’s recent titling project. The families say they had been granted a ...

Water plant means eviction for families in Sihanouk

Despite authorities turning a blind eye to their villages for more than 15 years, about 2,000 families living near Preah Sihanouk province’s Kbal Chhay waterfall face imminent eviction to make way for a clean-water processing plant, officials said yesterday. Prime Minister Hun Sen’s recent bold move ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012062156930/National-news/water-plant-means-eviction.html

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