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Vietnam Veteran John Melillo Finds Healing Through Art
Combating COVID-19: Lessons from Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan – [email protected]
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Philippines starts COVID-19 vaccinations for 12-17 year olds
How North Koreans Celebrate The Lives Of Their Leaders
Malaysia lifts travel restrictions for fully vaccinated people
China isn’t about to invade Taiwan. But the two sides are on a dangerous path
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How China ate America’s lunch as a distracted U.S. focused on terror
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Oct
2021
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Denver Art Museum announces return of four artifacts to Cambodia after Pandora Papers coverage of indicted art dealer

The Washington Post, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and other news organizations in the Pandora Papers collaboration began contacting museum officials about pieces in their collection linked to Latchford in June and followed up with a letter in September. The museum removed the four artifacts from its collection after receiving the letter from the news organizations seeking comment about the items. “The museum is now working with the government to return the pieces to Cambodia,” museum spokesperson Kristy Bassuener…
Aug
2021
12

Cambodia starts vaccine booster drive to shore up COVID-19 defence

PHNOM PENH, Aug 12 (Reuters) – Cambodia started offering coronavirus vaccine booster shots on Thursday in a renewed public health drive after managing to inoculate more than half of its population. One of Asia’s poorest countries, Cambodia is offering the AstraZeneca (AZN.L) vaccine as a third shot to those who have received the inactivated virus vaccines developed by Sinopharm (1099.HK) and Sinovac (SVA.O), with the aim of bolstering immunity against the COVID-19 Delta variant. “This is for all of us…
Jul
2021
15

Cambodia urges fast action to avert coronavirus ‘tragedy’

A garment factory worker receives a China’s Sinovac coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at an industrial park in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, April 7, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu PHNOM PENH, July 15 (Reuters) – Cambodian health authorities called on Thursday for urgent public action to slow the spread of the coronavirus and avert a health and economic tragedy, after the country reported a daily record 39 COVID-19 deaths. One of the poorest countries in Asia, Cambodia last year had one of the world’s…
Jul
2021
11

Kem Ley: A shooting that shook Cambodia

“If someone has concrete proof, please come and show the government as well as the prosecutor. We can take care of that, the case is still open,” he says. “We don’t want to hear those accusations, they accuse Hun Sen of doing it. I say please, come on, let’s find proof.”…
Jul
2021
10

Cambodia: No Justice At 5-Year Anniversary of Kem Ley’s Death

July 9, 2021 Today, in advance of the fifth anniversary of the unlawful killing of prominent political commentator and human rights defender Kem Ley, the 45 undersigned organizations reiterate their call for the Cambodian authorities to create an independent Commission of Inquiry tasked with conducting an independent, impartial and effective investigation into Kem Ley’s death. To date, the Cambodian government has consistently failed to achieve justice for Kem Ley and his family.    On 10 July 2016, against a backdrop of…
Jul
2021
5

Cambodia’s Star Wheelchair B-Baller Is An Unstoppable Force

Enlarge this image Sinet An, who was born with a disability, is the star of Cambodia’s women’s wheelchair basketball team, which celebrated their first win in an international tournament just before the pandemic hit. With Cambodia in lockdown, she hones her skills in virtual practice sessions from her home in Chuuok village in Kandal province, Cambodia. The photo is from June 24. Cindy Liu for NPR hide caption toggle caption Cindy Liu for NPR It’s 11:15 a.m., and Sinet An…
Jun
2021
17

Cambodia evicts floating homes despite villagers’ protests

Cambodia’s capital of Phnom Penh has started evicting its famous “floating villages” on the banks of the Tonle Sap River, despite the objections of longtime residents who say they have nowhere else to go. For generations, the floating wooden houseboats of Phnom Penh have been both livelihood and way of life for mostly ethnic Vietnamese families, home to fish farming and interconnected by warrens of hand-built bridges interspersed with sunken poles and small boats. “Our ancestors have always been here,”…
Jun
2021
11

U.S. says denied full access to Cambodia naval base during visit

Sailors sit on a truck at the Cambodian Ream Naval Base in Sihanoukville, Cambodia, July 26, 2019. REUTERS/Samrang Pring The U.S. embassy in Phnom Penh said on Friday its defence attaché had been refused full access to Cambodia’s largest naval base during an invited visit, just days after Washington expressed concern about China’s military activities at the base. While on a trip to Cambodia on June 1, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman raised questions about China’s military presence…
Jun
2021
10

Cambodia: Lockdowns Hit Low-Income Families Hard

(Bangkok) – The Cambodian government should urgently address the economic and social impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, which disproportionately harm Cambodia’s low-income population, Human Rights Watch said today. Recent severe lockdowns especially affected impoverished or unemployed people. On May 11, 2021, the government introduced an “emergency social assistance program” to provide one-time cash transfers to low-income households, those affected by Covid-19 lockdowns, and families with members who died of or were infected with the coronavirus. The first cash transfers were…