|លោកស្រី កែ សុវណ្ណរតន៍ តំណាងរាស្រ្តមណ្ឌលសៀមរាប និងជា ប្រធានគណៈកម្មការទី៨ នៃរដ្ឋសភា, លោក ដាំ សិទ្ធិ តំណាងរាស្រ្ត មណ្ឌលភ្នំពេញ បានសួរសុខទុក្ខប្រជាពលរដ្ឋដែលពុលនំបុ័ង កាលពីថ្ងៃទីី២៧ ខែមីនា ឆ្នាំ២០១៥ នៅមណ្ឌលសុខភាពពង្រលើ។29/3/15 - ILCHN|
|Sick children receive intravenous injections at a health center in Siem Reap province, Cambodia, March 28, 2015. Approximately 570 Cambodian people, mostly children, in northwestern Cambodia's Siem Reap province, got sick after eating bread filled with meat and vegetables on Saturday afternoon, a provincial health chief confirmed.|
|A hug of encouragement from Michelle Obama during her recent brief visit to Siem Reap for the poor of Cambodia, but the country's "PM" is known to have pinned the blame on the impoverished for failing themselves, and on another occasion - with an air of exasperation and ridicule - publicly chided them for demanding too much! ["What more do you want?"]. Having been at the receiving end of such incomprehensible ridicule herself, the First Lady may now be wishing she could have hugged the girls longer in heart-felt solidarity and maternal affection; dished out some no-nonsense advice on tackling bullying in their small national political backyard ... School of Vice - washingtonpost.com|
"Few men seem to realize how many of the evils from which we suffer are wholly unnecessary, and that they could be abolished by a united effort within a few years. If a majority in every civilized country so desired, we could, within twenty years, abolish all abject poverty, quite half the illness in the world, the whole economic slavery which binds down nine tenths of our population; we could fill the world with beauty and joy, and secure the reign of universal peace. It is only because men are apathetic that this is not achieved, only because imagination is sluggish, and what always has been is regarded as what always must be. With good-will, generosity, intelligence, these things could be brought about."
|No place for childhood in Cambodia - School of Vice [pedalagainstpoverty]|
|Meanwhile foreign investors such as the Brits know exactly where masters of the Rolls are ... School of Vice|
|Ao An, aka Ta An, is photographed during a 2011 interview. He appeared in court on Friday to face crimes against humanity allegations. Photo Courtesy DC-CAM|