The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued an unexplained letter to embassies on Tuesday.
Ly Sukei’s father was a well-educated Cambodian Muslim who died at the hands of the Khmer Rouge in 1975.
Authorities in Takeo province killed more than 20,000 ducks in February, resulting in losses of thousands of dollars.
The tribunal’s office of the prosecution is now preparing for trials of at least four more leaders of the regime.
Thirty-six masterworks of Cambodia’s collection of some 7,000 bronzes will show at the Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery.
The festival will allow some of these apprentices to showcase work they have practiced for years.
The phone purchase was just one example the Nobel Prize laureate gave as he described his country’s battle against corruption.
Some residents say they have received fair compensation for moving, while others say they don’t want to move to a relocation site.
On Monday, the U.S. Embassy in Phnom Penh said that military scientists tested the remains and found they are not Caucasian.
The report warns that failure to disclose information make solving problems difficult.
The Khmer Rouge forced the Chams to raise pigs and eat the pork, a deeply offensive act to the traditional Muslims.
Four died in the ambush on National Road 3 on May 31, 1970, and five more were executed as prisoners.