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16 September 2009 

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Mu Sochua and three other rights defenders testify at a US Congressional hearing on Thursday.
A Foreign Affairs official dismissed as false statements made to US Congress by Sam Rainsy Party lawmaker Mu Sochua, in a human rights hearing last week. (16 September 2009)

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Lawmaker Hails US Trip a Success
Multi-Faceted Problems Stymie Resource Development
Boxes, Hotlines Aimed at Bettering Police Image
Rights Key in US, Cambodian Relations: Officials  Audio Clip Available
Mu Sochua Urges Fight on Rights ‘Battlefield’  Audio Clip Available
Jailed Journalist Seeks To Apologize  Audio Clip Available
Medical Students Protest Over Exams  Audio Clip Available
Thai Air Commander To Visit After Violations  Audio Clip Available
Former Rebel Leader ‘Won’t Go’ to Tribunal  Audio Clip Available
Japanese in Cambodia Facing New Government  Audio Clip Available
Prosecutor Files for More Khmer Rouge Indictments  Audio Clip Available
No Land Lost on Border: Thai Premier  Audio Clip Available
School Fights Language Loss in US  Audio Clip Available
Judges Find Difficulty in Tribunal’s Second Case  Audio Clip Available
Former Khmer Rouge Questions Indictments  Audio Clip Available
No Sign of Recovery in Construction Sector  Audio Clip Available
More Than 200 Deported, as US Policy Continues  Audio Clip Available
Group Urges Protection of ‘Rights Defenders’  Audio Clip Available
Thai Parliament Opens Way for Border Talks  Audio Clip Available
Khmer Rouge Survivors Gather in US  Audio Clip Available
Task Force Formed to Review Courts
Tribunal’s Civil Parties File for Compensation
Meditation Touted for Cambodian Victims  Audio Clip Available
Congressional Hearing Scrutinizes Rights Abuses  Audio Clip Available
Ambassador Dismisses Rights Hearing as Biased  Audio Clip Available
‘Limited’ Freedom in Radio: Broadcaster  Audio Clip Available
Powerful ‘Abusing’ Justice System: Amnesty  Audio Clip Available
In Natural Resources, a Pattern of Problems  Audio Clip Available
No Duty for Rice to EU; Challenges Remain  Audio Clip Available
Indictments Hint at Tribunal Independence: Scholar  Audio Clip Available
Thais Blockade Cassava Crossing  Audio Clip Available
Acid Attack Victim To Appeal Suspects’ Release  Audio Clip Available
A Quarter of Adults Suffer Lasting Trauma: Doctor  Audio Clip Available
Hun Sen, Researcher in Row Over Indictments  Audio Clip Available
Stung Treng Farmers Choosing Rubber  Audio Clip Available
Bad Loans on the Rise, Central Bank Warns  Audio Clip Available
Police Shoot One in Domestic Violence Response  Audio Clip Available
Three Advocates To Address US Rights Commission  Audio Clip Available
Retired King Flies to Beijing for Check-Up  Audio Clip Available
More Trafficking Prosecutions Needed: Groups  Audio Clip Available

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