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Remains hostage in spat with US

Prime Minister Hun Sen hit back yesterday in response to United States visa sanctions by saying Cambodia would no longer assist in finding and repatriating the remains of American soldiers who lost their lives during the Vietnam War. ...

ម៉ិច ដារ៉ា និង Erin Handley
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/remains-hostage-spat-us

Families complain over visas

Three families lodged complaints with authorities in Banteay Meanchey on Monday, requesting that action be taken against a recruitment firm that sent their family members to work in Thailand on tourist visas, a move that subsequently led to their arrest. Leng Yen, a monitor with ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/families-complain-over-visas

Kingdom, Hong Kong boost ties

Economic cooperation between Cambodia and Hong Kong is on the rise, while the introduction of a new visa extension is also evidence of strengthening relations, officials say. On June 1, Cambodian officials will be able to travel to Hong Kong without a visa and stay ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013061866316/Business/kingdom-hong-kong-boost-ties.html

Laos taps on single visa door

Lao PDR says it will consider joining Thailand and Cambodia’s single visa scheme launched late last year saying it will help to boost Mekong region tourism. A senior official at the consular department in Vientiane told the Vientiane Times, last week, that the government would hold ...

http://www.ttrweekly.com/site/2013/03/laos-keen-to-join-single-visa/

Australian Paper Alleges PM’s Nephew Linked To Crime Ring

Australian newspaper The Age alleged yesterday that Australian authorities have linked Hun To, a nephew of Prime Minister Hun Sen, to a crime syndicate involving heroin trafficking and money laundering. According to The Age report, Australian police were planning to arrest Mr. To in Melbourne but ...

Tourism minister to Thai border

In an attempt to foster tourism on the Cambodia-Thai border, tourism officials this week visited the Cham Yeam border crossing in Koh Kong province. Warming relations with Thailand’s newly elected Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra are expected to improve cross-border tourism, which deteriorated after border clashes ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011090751482/Business/mending-fences-tourism-minister-to-thai-border.html

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