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Headlines in Thursday's newspapers

Published: 28-Feb-13 07:10AM | By | Publish in Newspaper Headlines

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Herewith summaries of front-page headlines in the Thursday 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
● Anti-corruption Unit probes telecom chief
● Mountain roadworks take long time  
● Man crashes into car of ex-wife and other man
● 23 workers injured as van overturns
● Police chief sued for violence, extortion
● Two bandits arrested for murder
● Man hangs himself in 616 Guesthouse  

KOH SANTEPHEAP
● Former Bavet governor in court over shootings
● Two girls tortured by boss in okhna’s house
● Three men arrested for stealing after sex in guesthouse
● Man crashes into car of ex-wife and lawyer
● One shot dead, two badly injured in Thailand
● Filipino, Thai woman get 28 years for drugs
● Fire destroys 167 hectares of forest in Svay Rieng
● Woman jumps to suicide from Kizuna Bridge

KAMPUCHEA THMEY
● Two girls flee torture by okhna’s wife
● Land disputes solved for 161 families
● Man crushes into car of ex-wife with other man
● Man injured by fireworks
● 149 stopped from leaving for Thailand
● Six arrested foe gambling in Kg Speu
● Man hangs himself in guesthouse
● Three bandits arrested with plastic gun
● Rice mill association gets more than $3 mln for financing
● Drunken man destroys road barrier
● 25 workers injured as van overturns
● Panic as group fights for customers in Poipet
● Two arrested for murder
● Man arrested for injuring phone thief
● Fire destroys house, five motorcycles in gas explosion

COMMERCIAL NEWS
● Signing ceremony of MOU between BTMU and Canadia Bank
● Hun Sen donates more than $80,000 for Kg Cham temple

CAMBODIA SIN CHEW DAILY
● Rupture in wage talks
● Work together to build beautiful city

CAMBODIA DAILY
● Bundith admits shooting, but unaware where bullets went
● Scud strikes signal new escalation in Syrian war
● Community struggles in aftermath of rape-murder

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