Phnom Penh Post, “General arrested in Thailand”


Click here to read the full report A senior military official wanted over the alleged double murder of his mistress and their daughter was charged by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday after being arrested in Thailand on Saturday, according to Cambodia’s National Police. Major General Kim Marintha, 57, fled the country to Thailand in…

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The Independent, “Easy currency: Poverty and abuse in Cambodia’s ‘virginity trade'”


An article published in The Independent: LUCY WATSON Wednesday 09 July 2014 Danet* is fourteen, and lives in a house built on wooden stilts, with no walls, and only tarpaulin for shelter. There are eleven of them who live in the family home, next to a mosquito-infested pond in a poor, rural community in…

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Phnom Penh Post, “School boss arrested in sting”


Click here to read the full report The founder of an informal English-language school who police allege allowed pedophiles access to children under his care was arrested in Siem Reap yesterday in an operation involving four different government agencies and an NGO. Long Ven, 33, who goes by the name Waha, founded the Underprivileged Children…

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Herald Scotland, “Philanthropist’s £1m charity boost from Hollywood friends”


Philanthropist’s £1m charity boost from Hollywood friends Bob Smyth – Friday 26 July 2013 Original article: A SCOT who quit the Hollywood high-life to care for impoverished children is celebrating a massive donation from his former colleagues. Scott Neeson was the movie chief who masterminded the marketing of hits such as Braveheart, X Men…

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Roland Emmerich Raises Nearly $1 Million for Cambodian Children’s Fund


Roland Emmerich Raises Nearly $1 Million for Cambodian Children’s Fund Original article: German-born filmmaker Roland Emmerich — whose cinematic evocations of apocalyptic disaster have sold more than $3 billion worth of tickets around the world — opened the gardens of his Moorish-style Hollywood Hills house Saturday night to assist the victims of a real-world…

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CCF Founder Scott Neeson Featured in Weekend Australian Magazine


Check news-stands on March 23 for The Weekend Australian Magazine’s interview with Cambodian Children’s Fund founder Scott Neeson. You can also read the article online. The media in Scott’s home country is starting to realise that there is something truly remarkable going on over here. In the 9 years since Scott left his Hollywood life…

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