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ICE Deports Another Group Of Cambodian Refugees While You Weren't Paying Attention
"I was just bawling and just in shock,” says Betty Khakham, who learned of her husband's deportation on Tuesday, after he'd boarded the plane.
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The U.S. Just Quietly Deported The Largest Group Of Cambodians Ever
The group included refugees who had been in the U.S. for decades.
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The Forgotten Asian Refugees Fed Into The U.S. Prison System
The U.S. took in Asian refugees after the Vietnam War, only to put many on a deportation path. A record number could be fed into this system in 2018.
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Inside The Criminal Network Ravaging Cambodia’s Forests ― And The Community Fighting To Save Them
"It’s a bit of a David and Goliath story."
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Judge Temporarily Blocks Deportation Of Cambodian Refugees After ICE Raids
The decision came down just days before 50 detainees were to be deported to Cambodia.
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More Than 100 Cambodian-Americans Rounded Up, Now May Face Deportation
“In the vast majority of cases, we are talking about people who came to the United States as children fleeing genocide with their families."
They Risked Everything To Escape Poverty. Then They Had To Escape Forced Marriage.
These Cambodian women were promised a better life in China. Instead, they became pawns in a flourishing bride market.
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Cambodian Paper Takes Parting Shot At 'Dictatorship' In Final Edition
By Matthew Tostevin and Prak Chan Thul, Reuters
The Cambodia Daily was one of Cambodia's most stridently independent newspapers.
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103-Year-Old Cambodian Genocide Survivor Just Became A U.S. Citizen
“It has always been her dream to become a citizen and come to America," a relative said.
How Other Countries Memorialize History
The United States is deciding the future of its confederate statues. We can learn from other countries how to represent the past.
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Vanity Fair Releases Angelina Jolie's Interview Transcripts Amid Casting Controversy
Jolie's lawyers contacted the magazine after a profile described an audition game involving children.
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Can We Reduce The Race To The Bottom... At The Bottom?
Jose Caraballo-Cueto has a Ph.D. in economics, works as a prof...
Brexit and the border-adjustment tax proposed by the current U.S. administration are just two examples of a growing discontent
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Angelina Jolie's Film Criticized For Using 'Exploitative' Game On Cambodian Orphans
Jolie said her casting directors put money in front of real orphans to see how they'd react.
A Comfortable Retirement in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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By Steven King, InternationalLiving.com: Living in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s historic capital, Eric Ortega can afford luxuries
Cambodia Is Building A 'Hotel' Prison Where Inmates Can Pay To Stay
But rights groups say that inmates have been informally paying for access to basic needs like food and water for years.
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Survivor Of Cambodia's Infamous 'Killing Fields' Reflects On Today's Refugee Crisis
"Every country has a right to protect their country, but think about our past."
Low-Income Asian Character In 'Power Rangers' Highlights Rarely Discussed Issue
The Asian-American and Pacific Islander population has the second fastest growing poverty rate in the U.S., behind the Hispanic community.
Community Rallies To Free Elephant Herd Trapped In Muddy Bomb Crater
The elephants didn't have much longer to live.
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