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Video History of Anlong Veng-A Lesson for Other Communities

Anlong Veng was the last stronghold of the Khmer Rouge. It was home to the top Khmer Rouge leaders such as Pol Pol, Nuon Chea and Ta Mok. But do you know much about its history?
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Video Myanmar Warns Factory Workers to End Strikes

Outside Myanmar's main city Yangon, thousands of workers walked off their jobs earlier this month demanding a doubling of their wages, pay raises after a year and input from labor unions on industrial regulations. VOA Khmer's Ten Soksreinith narrates.
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Video One Year Later, Answers Elude Families of Missing Malaysian Airliner

It has been nearly one year since Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared, becoming one of the world's biggest airline mysteries.
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Video Jakarta Sees End to Gridlock Woes in the Future

The Indonesian capital city Jakarta has long been held up as a prime example of a sprawling mega city that cannot stop nor sustain its continued growth. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
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Video Building Plans for Wiki-Style House Available Online

About one third of the world's city dwellers are living in substandard housing, according to the McKinsey Global institute. VOA Khmer's Nuch Sarita narrates.
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Video Supporters of Slain Putin Critic Hold Memorial March in Moscow

In Moscow, tens of thousands of supporters held a memorial march Sunday for Boris Nemtsov, the Russia opposition leader who was assassinated late Friday.
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Video Islamic State Sets No Limits To Destruction

There seems to be no limit to the atrocities committed by radical Islamists in their intent to create a world designed according to their own interpretation of Islam. VOA Khmer's Ten Soksreinith narrates.
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Video Washington Braces for Controversial Netanyahu Address to Congress

An increasingly-strained relationship between the Obama administration and Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu will be on display this week, as the prime minister visits Washington to address a joint meeting of Congress.
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Video Ancient Cambodians Used Jars to Keep the Remains of the Dead

Around 600 years ago, the people living in the remote Cardamom Mountains in southern Cambodia placed the bones of their dead in large jars on steep ledges hidden deep in the jungle.
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Video On the Front Line of IS-Controlled Assyrian Christian Villages

Assyrian Christian fighters are trying to hold ground against Islamic State forces, who have overrun several Assyrian Christian villages in Syria's Hassakeh province in recent days. From the front-line village of Tel Mekhas, still in Assyrian Christian hands, the VOA Kurdish service's Zana Omer repo
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Photogallery Photographer Captures Cambodia’s Rapid Changes

The book, Transitioning Cambodia, is ‘a historical documentation’ of contemporary change in Cambodia. Photographer Nicholas Axelrod is a founding member of Ruom, a visual journalist collective in Cambodia.
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Video What Would King Say About Brown, Garner Cases?

Niece of King's says violence that occurred in Ferguson after officer involved in Brown’s death wasn't indicted was not right approach.
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UNHCR Expresses Concern Over Forced Deportations

A total 45 known Montagnards—an ethnic minority in Vietnam that claims persecution there—have been arrested and deported since December.
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Supreme Court To Decide on Detention of Opposition Supporter

Supporters say Meach Sovannara is being held for political purposes and for his support of the Cambodia National Rescue Party.
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Khmer Rouge

Rights Groups Welcome Charges Against Khmer Rouge Suspects

Neither Im Chaem nor Meas Muth have been arrested, for example, despite the charges against them.
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Named Suspect Says She Will Not Cooperate With Tribunal

In an interview with VOA Khmer Wednesday, she said she has been wrongly accused.
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Two Former Khmer Rouge Cadre Charged by Tribunal

The suspects are part of two ongoing cases at the UN-backed court that Prime Minister Hun Sen and other senior officials oppose—and that court observers fear may never be completed.
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Economy

Bill Gates Maintains Lead of World's Billionaires

Billionaire philanthropist keep his spot as world's richest man, a rank he has held for 16 of the past 21 years, Forbes magazine said Monday.
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High Number of Migrant Workers Create Political, Economic Challenges

In June and July last year, some 200,000 Cambodian migrant workers were either expelled from Thailand or left in the wake of political unrest and a crackdown on foreign workers.
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Photogallery Photographer Captures Cambodia’s Rapid Changes

Axelrod says the building boom during the past seven years has not benefited all segments of society, especially those from poor communities often evicted from desired real estate.
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Education

Video Lottery Fever Grips Eastern States

The multistate Powerball jackpot in the US is now worth $500 million, bringing out many people to buy tickets in hopes of winning.
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Health

Poor Nutrition Costing Cambodia Hundreds of Millions of Dollars

Maternal and child malnutrition cost the country nearly $90 million a year while stunted growth and anemia cost the country nearly $130 million.
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WHO: Treaty Making Inroads in Global Tobacco Epidemic

World Health Organization says it is celebrating a number of successes in reducing tobacco use during the past 10 years.
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'Smart' Syringes Stop Spread of Life-Threatening Infections

To combat problem, WHO launches initiative to promote so-called “smart” syringes that cannot be used more than once.
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Culture

Major Cambodian ‘Magic Flute’ Opera in the Works

“The Magic Flute” will be a unique operatic performance, held in 2017 at the Chau Say Tevoda temple in Siem Reap.
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Despite Law, Domestic Violence Remains a Major Problem

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Photogallery Restive Pagoda Has Long Been a Thorn in Government’s Side

The pagoda houses monks from the restive minority community of Khmer Kampuchea Krom, an ethnic group that lives in today’s Vietnam’s Mekong Delta, who claim abuse at the hands of Vietnamese authorities.
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02 March 2015
Around 600 years ago, the people living in the remote Cardamom Mountains in southern Cambodia placed the bones of their dead in large jars on steep ledges hidden deep in the jungle. Ten years after discovering a large grave site full of jars, researchers are still baffled as to why ancient Cambodians used jars in this way. AP reports from Koh Kong province, Cambodia.

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