Hun Sen News
In Cambodia, Obama Hails 'Constructive' US-China Relationship
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — President Obama today said the United States and China have taken a “cooperative and constructive approach” to their relationship, as he came face-to-face with the rising economic power that his administration is trying to counter-balance in the region. Meeting with ...
Cambodian Police Hunt for Opposition Leader, Waylay His Car
Witnesses say armed security forces have raided the headquarters of Cambodia's main opposition party and surrounded the car of its No. 2 leader in an apparent attempt to apprehend him, but left empty-handed after not finding him in either place
World Bank Ends Suspension of Development Aid to Cambodia
The World Bank has announced it is resuming direct financing for new development projects in Cambodia, after suspending such funding five years ago
Test Your Smarts: This Week's Global News Quiz
QUESTIONS 1) This week an American explorer was airlifted from Antarctica. Name the air base where he was picked up. 2) In what body of water did a U.S. destroyer rescue 8 Iranians? 3) A British medical journal reported on a new concern for mothers...
Joplin, Mo., Tornado: Survivors in the Aftermath
The strength of the human spirit I wanted to show you here really is everywhere you look here in Joplin every neighborhood the homes Everywhere you look but also what we found were these stories of incredible survival instinct to seconds to spare. So many families saved. Just one of the hardest
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U.N. Dumps Justice in Cambodia
Pol Pot, the man most wanted for the slaughter of 1.7 million Cambodians, went to his grave without ever being brought to justice and if recent events are anything to go by, several aging Khmer Rouge leaders with blood on their tracks may do likewise. The United Nations has announced it is
Gunmen Storm Cambodian Capital, 7 Dead
More than 40 gunmen stormed government offices in downtown Phnom Penh early today, an attack by terrorists, the government said. Seven of the gunmen were killed. While the government blamed the attack, which left another eight people wounded, on a U.S.-based anti-communist group, officials
Cambodian Leader: Floods Will Hurt Economy
Prime Minister Hun Sen today warned that economic growth in poverty-stricken Cambodia would likely slow down because the worst flooding in 70 years has devastated rice paddies and other farmland. More than 140 people have died in Vietnam and Cambodia in two months of flooding, while 1 million