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Headlines in Friday's newspapers

Published: 22-Feb-13 07:14AM | By | Publish in Newspaper Headlines

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Herewith summaries of front-page headlines in the Friday editions of Rasmei Kampuchea, Koh Santepheap and Kampuchea Thmey (in Khmer), Commercial News and Cambodia Sin Chew Daily (in Chinese) and Cambodia Daily (in English):

RASMEI KAMPUCHEA
● More than ten provincial governors to run for parliament
● Head of central bank branch in Pursat takes action
● Kep building to be removed
● Shootout between two Range Rovers
● Axiata merges with Smart Mobile

KOH SANTEPHEAP
● 20-month-old boy dies from bird flu in Kampot
● Phnom Penh has 375 high buildings
● Timber hidden under potatoes, rice husks
● Drunken woman sets fire to house
● 30 people in 13 boats arrested for illegal fishing  
● Man attempts suicide as masturbation photo hits Facebook
● Panic over midnight shootout between two Range Rovers
● Man drowns in Phnom Penh

KAMPUCHEA THMEY
● 36 arrested for illegal fishing in Kg Chhnang
● First Lady sends message to mothers, children
● 16 injured as car crashes into farm vehicle
● Three unconscious after motorcycle crash
● Panic over shootout between two cars in Phnom Penh
● Thief arrested after $3,000 robbery
● Hun Sen asked to address high interest rates
● Fire destroys eight luxury houses
● Four injured as Camry crashes into Nissan
● Angry woman sets fire to house as husband not home
● Two suspects arrested with drugs
● Police arrest two men for brandishing pistol
● Man arrested for stealing almost $5,000 from company

COMMERCIAL NEWS
● King, Queen Mother leave of China health checks
● Phnom Penh Water shares move sideways
● Surge in number of apartments this year
● Cambodia-Thailand bus services launched
● Smart, Hello merge

CAMBODIA SIN CHEW DAILY
● Direct exports to China in early March
● Hong Kong version of smuggled milk in Guangxi

CAMBODIA DAILY
● Government’s new jet takes to the skies
● Able claims China’s need for conflict is ‘deeply ingrained’
● Internet users face withdrawal symptoms like drug addicts

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