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Wrongfully convicted Australian mother free after six years in Cambodian prison

A 47-year-old former kindergarten teacher, who fell victim to an elaborate internet love scam, has returned to Australia after her conviction was overturned.
SBS - Published

Australian love scam victim finally freed after six-year Cambodian ordeal

Yoshe Ann Taylor was lured to Cambodia by an internet scam artist. Cambodian police were tipped off by the AFP, and she was serving 23 years in jail.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Hawker boy, 12, who speaks a dozen languages sent to school in China by wealthy benefactor [Video]Hawker boy, 12, who speaks a dozen languages sent to school in China by wealthy benefactor

A twelve-year-old genius who amazed tourists by speaking a dozen languages has received the chance of a lifetime - after a wealthy benefactor sent him to school in China. Poverty-stricken Cambodian..

Credit: Newsflare     Duration: 01:04Published

Cambodians re-enact genocidal horrors to remember those killed in Khmer Rouge regime [Video]Cambodians re-enact genocidal horrors to remember those killed in Khmer Rouge regime

Cambodian actors on Monday (May 20) re-enacted scenes of civilians being killed by Khmer Rouge soldiers to remember the millions who died during the murderous Maoist regime that came to an end 40 years..

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 00:50Published

Rabbis Slam New Abortion Law As Forced-Birth Mentality, Nazi Philosophy [Video]Rabbis Slam New Abortion Law As Forced-Birth Mentality, Nazi Philosophy

Alabama's newly-passed abortion ban includes text comparing abortion to a host of unrelated issues... ...Like the Holocaust, Stalin's gulags, China's "Great Leap Forward," and Khmer Rouge's Cambodian..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 01:09Published

Governor Newsom Pardons Two Ex-Refugees Facing Deportation [Video]Governor Newsom Pardons Two Ex-Refugees Facing Deportation

Two former Cambodian refugees facing deportation for crimes committed as young adults were among seven people granted clemency Monday by California Gov. Gavin Newsom in his first pardons since taking..

Credit: CBS 13 Sacramento     Duration: 00:29Published

 

Cambodia faces major economic blow as EU weighs ending trade deal

The European Union has said that the Cambodian government has engaged in "serious and systematic violations of core human rights and labour rights,
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

The Cambodian cemetery where the living outnumber the dead

In Phnom Penh, around 500 of the city's poverty-stricken landless have defied their superstitions and chosen to live amongst the 200 tombstones in a cemetery.
SBS - Published

Cambodia seeks opposition leader's arrest

A spokesman for the ruling Cambodian People's Party has warned that "a third party" might kill opposition leader Sam Rainsy if he tries to return to Cambodia.
SBS - Published

Fears for former Canberra public servant held in Cambodian jail

Gary Knowles needs help from the Australian government, says his former boss - but the prisoner and his family want no publicity.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cambodian-Australians mark 40 bittersweet years since Khmer Rouge’s fall

Cambodians are commemorating 40 years since the fall of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime - but for some within the Australian community, 7 January is not a day to celebrate.
SBS - Published

Rights group slams A-League star for working with Cambodian general

One of the A-League's marquee signings has copped criticism for managing Cambodia's national football team.
SBS - Published

Filmmaker James Ricketson reveals how he survived Cambodian jail

Australian filmmaker James Ricketson says he would not have survived 15 months in a squalid Cambodian prison without his trademark optimism.
SBS - Published

Ricketson on surviving prison in Cambodia

Australian filmmaker James Ricketson says he would not have survived 15 months in a squalid Cambodian prison without his trademark optimism.
SBS - Published

Cambodia says no to foreign military bases

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen says foreign military bases will not be allowed in his country and reports China wanted a naval base there were "fake news."
SBS - Published

Cambodian surrogacy scandal flares after Australian's secret prison release

Following the secretive release of an Australian nurse jailed in Cambodia for running a surrogacy operation, new arrests of pregnant local women have been made.
SBS - Published

Cambodian surrogacy scandal flares again

Following the secretive release of an Australian nurse jailed in Cambodia for running a surrogacy operation, new arrests of pregnant local women have been made.
SBS - Published

Aust refers Cambodia threat to authorities

A diaspora spokesman says Cambodian ruling party cronies should not be allowed to come and go freely into Australia.
SBS - Published

Kingdom of Rice review

Cambodian cooking drives the menu, inspired by the simple, fresh, aromatic food of the Khmer people.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

ANZ slammed for Cambodia rights violations

An ANZ loan to a Cambodian sugar firm has been criticised by an Australia government body.
SBS - Published

ANZ failed to meet human rights standards: government report

More bad news for banking giant after Australian government inquiry finds ANZ failed to meet its own human rights standards in a Cambodian sugar deal
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

James Ricketson vows to return to Cambodia after 'lovers' quarrel'

An exhausted James Ricketson has arrived back on home soil flanked by family after the Australian filmmaker's release from a Cambodian jail.
SBS - Published

Filmmaker James Ricketson arrives back in Australia after Cambodian royal pardon

An exhausted and shocked James Ricketson has arrived back on home soil flanked by family after the Australian filmmaker's release from a Cambodian jail.
SBS - Published

Pardoned Aussie seeks return to Cambodia

An exhausted and shocked James Ricketson has arrived back on home soil flanked by family after the Australian filmmaker's release from a Cambodian jail.
SBS - Published

Pardoned Australian plans Cambodia return

An exhausted and shocked James Ricketson has arrived back on home soil flanked by family after the Australian filmmaker's release from a Cambodian jail.
SBS - Published

'Happy days': Family of James Ricketson thank supporters after Cambodia pardon

Australian James Ricketson has served 14 months in a Cambodian jail after flying a drone over a political rally.
SBS - Published

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