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Opposition candidate Sam Rainsy declares win at polls but Hun Sen government contests it
Cambodian ex-finance minister expected to spearhead election fight against prime minister
Artists do not normally associate themselves with guns, but Carl McCrow has a more personal reason for enshrining the AK47 as artwork.
Alexander Lebedev was found guilty of battery and sentenced to 150 hours of community service by a Moscow court this afternoon, but avoided a potential jail sentence of up to five years.
New law threatens to reopen old wounds in the country, where 1.7m died at the hands of the rebel group
Lawyers for the key witness in the case against Alexander Lebedev, the Russian businessman and financial backer of The Independent, have said he is unable to return to Russia to testify.
Taiwanese-owned factory was making sports shoes Asics
Gregg Fryett sold a green miracle to his investors – and now they could lose up to £32m
The Khmer Rouge genocide tribunal was today facing fresh turmoil after it was announced that one of the three men standing trial for war crimes had died in hospital.
Crew withdraw their accusations after agreeing £12,500 compensation deal
A Russian tycoon arrested in Cambodia for threatening local sailors is likely to stay in custody until the end of the month at least, and could face up to three years in jail.
A controversial Russian property tycoon has been arrested in Cambodia after an incident in which he and friends apparently imprisoned several local sailors and then forced them to jump into the sea at knifepoint.
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Michael Palin’s Brazil
Christmas in Cambodia
Lara Dunston watches as thousands mourn the death of their monarch in Phnom Penh