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A Cambodian opposition parliament member says labor recruitment agencies in her country are still sending domestic workers to Malaysia -- despite a recent ban on the practice -- because many government officials either own or have close ties to the companies.

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ASEAN pushes Thailand-Cambodia talks to resolve temple disputeupdated: Tue Feb 08 2011 18:55:00

The chairman of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations on Tuesday pushed for talks between Thailand and Cambodia to end deadly clashes that have erupted over a temple along the border.

PM: No punishments for deadly Cambodian stampedeupdated: Mon Nov 29 2010 21:55:00

Last week's deadly stampede during an annual festival won't result in criminal punishments, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said Monday in a speech broadcast on state television.

Cambodia mourns stampede victimsupdated: Mon Nov 29 2010 21:55:00

Cambodians turn out to honor hundreds who died in a stampede. CNN's Anjali Rao reports.

Government decreases death toll in Cambodian stampedeupdated: Thu Nov 25 2010 07:46:00

The Cambodian government has decreased the official death toll from a stampede on a suspension bridge in the capital from 456 to 347, the Phnom Penh Post reported Thursday.

Stampede in Cambodia kills hundreds, government saysupdated: Mon Nov 22 2010 22:26:00

A stampede that occurred during a festival in Cambodia's capital city of Phnom Penh has killed 339 people, officials said Monday.

The Red Shirts Heartland BackStoryupdated: Mon May 17 2010 06:28:00

A CNN crew heads into Thailand's Red Shirts Heartland to take a look at the people behind the protests.

Evictions hit Cambodia's poor, group saysupdated: Fri Sep 11 2009 02:25:00

Villagers march more than 300 kilometers from northwest Cambodia to ask the prime minister to save their homes from developers. Some 400 families in the country's south learn their farmland had been given to developers only when bulldozers arrive.

HIV families relocated to Cambodia's 'AIDS colony'updated: Wed Jul 29 2009 00:15:00

It's a community of crude green metal sheds, baking hot during the day and lacking clean running water. Residents say thieves can slice through the thin walls with their knives. Trying to Calm Cambodia-Thailand Temple Dispute updated: Fri Oct 17 2008 10:00:00

After a deadly border clash, military leaders meet to ease tensions

One dead in Thai-Cambodia border clashupdated: Wed Oct 15 2008 08:05:00

An exchange of gunfire between Thai and Cambodian soldiers in a disputed border region Wednesday left one Cambodian soldier dead, the Thai military said. Thai-Cambodian Border Spat Heats Upupdated: Wed Oct 15 2008 08:00:00

A gun battle near a historic temple reawakens an ancient emmity

Border disputeupdated: Sat Aug 16 2008 06:05:00

Violence erupts between Thai and Cambodian protesters over an ancient temple both countries claim is theirs.

Cambodia: Temple stand-off endingupdated: Sat Aug 16 2008 06:05:00

A month-long stand-off between Thai and Cambodian troops around an ancient temple in a disputed border region eased a bit with an agreement to withdraw many of the soldiers, a Thai military official said Saturday.

2nd temple sparks Thai-Cambodian tensionupdated: Tue Aug 05 2008 03:57:00

Thailand and Cambodia have become ensnared in controversy over a second temple on disputed land along their border, the Thai news agency reported Monday.

Cambodia, Thailand to pull troops from templeupdated: Tue Jul 29 2008 04:48:00

Cambodia and Thailand have agreed to redeploy some troops away from the site of a border temple at the center of a tense military standoff in its second week. Cambodia Reelects Longtime Leaderupdated: Mon Jul 28 2008 08:00:00

Riding a wave of relative stability, Cambodia's self-proclaimed "strongman" Hun Sen wins another five years as prime minister

Thai, Cambodian envoys set temple talksupdated: Thu Jul 24 2008 12:00:00

The foreign ministers of Thailand and Cambodia will meet Monday in an effort to resolve a week-long military standoff over an ancient border temple that sits on disputed land, Thailand's prime minister said Thursday. Cambodia: Little Hope for Thai Talksupdated: Mon Jul 21 2008 00:00:00

Cambodia and Thailand will begin talks Monday aimed at resolving a lingering dispute over territory near an World Heritage Site temple, where more than 4,000 troops from the two sides have been deployed A Tense Thai-Cambodian borderupdated: Sat Jul 19 2008 19:00:00

Cambodia and Thailand continued to reinforce their troops along a disputed border area Saturday, even as they prepared for talks to avert a military confrontation

A food superpower?updated: Tue May 06 2008 00:25:00

CNN's Matthew Chance reports on how Russia could be part of the solution to the global food crisis. Cambodia Keeps Taking, Gives Littleupdated: Mon Jun 25 2007 08:35:00

Each year the West showers the Southeast Asian country with more aid, hoping it will clean up its act. But China isn't making it easy

Cambodia crowns new kingupdated: Fri Oct 29 2004 00:25:00

Cambodia is crowning its first new king in decades, amid an array of official celebrations.

Ex dancer named Cambodia's kingupdated: Thu Oct 14 2004 05:32:00

Cambodia has selected Prince Norodom Sihamoni, a former ballet dancer to be the nation's next king.

Cambodia's King Sihanouk abdicatesupdated: Thu Oct 07 2004 01:08:00

Suffering from poor health, Cambodia's King Norodom Sihanouk has announced his abdication.

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