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Revealed: US allowing long-tailed macaque imports despite risk of disease
Campaigners urge government to stop ‘cruel trade’ as documents show highly pathogenic agents entered the US with monkeys

Claire Colley

08, Jan, 2023 @8:00 AM

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Death toll rises in Cambodia casino hotel fire
At least 19 people now known to have died but figure could rise as rescue teams have not reached all areas

Samantha Lock and agencies

29, Dec, 2022 @11:06 AM

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How Cambodian women are using theatre to speak out against domestic abuse
One in five women in Cambodia have reported experiencing domestic abuse – now a theatre group in Battambang is producing shows that help survivors talk about what is still a taboo subject

Fiona Kelliher, Yut You and Pogn Sorphorn in Battambang

13, Dec, 2022 @8:00 AM

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Mass evictions at Angkor Wat leave 10,000 families facing uncertain future
Cambodian government claims ‘voluntary relocations’ needed for Unesco status, but stallholders say they are being forced out of the site

Fiona Kelliher and Phin Rathana

29, Nov, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Albanese and Biden discuss climate action and Aukus pact ahead of G20 summit
In a 40-minute meeting, the prime minister also invited the US president to address federal parliament next year during meeting of the Quad

Katharine Murphy Political editor in Phnom Penh

13, Nov, 2022 @9:07 AM

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Albanese meeting with Chinese premier heralds potential thaw in diplomatic freeze
Meeting with Chinese premier, Li Keqiang, is first between leaders of Australia and China since 2019

Katharine Murphy Political editor in Phnom Penh

13, Nov, 2022 @2:08 AM

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Anthony Albanese signals to China that Australia is open for dialogue without ‘preconditions’
Australian prime minister says it ‘would be positive’ if he and Xi Jinping met at Asean summit

Katharine Murphy Political editor in Phnom Penh

12, Nov, 2022 @7:56 AM

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PM appoints new special envoy to south-east Asia – as it happened
This blog is now closed

Ben Doherty (now) and Royce Kurmelovs (earlier)

12, Nov, 2022 @6:32 AM

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‘Why do we have no rights?’: Phnom Penh lake community make a last stand against developers
Cambodian capital has lost more than half its lakes to a housing boom – but a group of women are risking jail to fight against land grabs and evictions

Fiona Kelliher and Mech Dara

08, Nov, 2022 @12:48 PM

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Cambodia’s modern slavery nightmare: the human trafficking crisis overlooked by authorities
Despite promises by government to eradicate trafficking rings, people are still being sold in Cambodia and forced to run online scams

Lindsey Kennedy, Nathan Paul Southern and Huang Yan

02, Nov, 2022 @11:59 PM

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‘Nature is striking back’: flooding around the world, from Australia to Venezuela
Heavy rain and rising waters continue to take a deadly toll in countries including Nigeria, Thailand and Vietnam

Oliver Milman , Ope Adetayo, Donna Lu, Fiona Kelliher, Luke Taylor

20, Oct, 2022 @12:51 PM

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Sold to gangs, forced to run online scams: inside Cambodia’s cybercrime crisis
Thousands of people from Taiwan, Vietnam and Thailand have been tricked into slavery and are unable to leave a ‘living hell’

Rebecca Ratcliffe, Nhung Nguyen and Navaon Siradapuvadol

09, Oct, 2022 @11:27 PM

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