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Dozens of Phnom Penh cable TV workers are on strike Tuesday demanding the company to rehire ex-employees, whom were fired. They were accused of stealing the cable company’s blue print.

According to Eng Vanna, a representative of the Free Trade Union of Workers for the Kingdom of Cambodia says that they were fired sometime between November and December 2006.

After two years, Eddie Gibson’s parents are still desperate to find their missing son. At a conference Tuesday, the parents promised to give a reward of $20,000 dollars for the safe return of their son.

Eddie Gibson has not been heard since October 2004, when he emailed his mother to tell her that he was planning to leave Cambodia for United Kingdom.

Mam Bun Neang, a long-time loyal supporter of prince Norodom Ranariddh will be officially appointed to be government advisor, should he cut off ties with the current leader of Norodom Ranariddh Party (NRP).