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Mom Kunthear (2017). Temple sculptures moved to prevent theft. Khmer Times. 6 July.
Hul Reaksmey (2017). Ancient Angkorian Jewelry Set Recovered From UK Art Dealership. Voice of America. 26 April.
Ben Paviour (2017). Ancient Artifacts in London Returned to Cambodia. The Cambodia Daily. 24 April.
Noah Charney (2017). The Case of the Missing Feet: Antiquities and Terrorism in Cambodia. Observer. 12 April.
Ralph Blumenthal (2017). Expert Opinion or Elaborate Ruse? Scrutiny for Scholars' Role in Art Sales. The New York Times. 30 March.
Tess Davis (2017). Buyer Beware: US Market for Ancient Asian Art Still the Wild, Wild East. The Diplomat. 14 March.
Ben Paviour (2017). Records Point to Dealer's Role in Artifact Theft. The Cambodia Daily. 22 February.
Mom Kunthear (2017). Ancient statue a riddle for experts. Khmer Times. 13 February.
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Ben Paviour (2016). Angkorian Artifact Dealer Arrested in New York. The Cambodia Daily. 23 December.
Michaela Boland (2016). Art dealer Nancy Wiener who sold stolen Buddha to NGA arrested. The Australian. 22 December.
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Curtis S. Chin (2016). Preventing the plunder of Asean's heritage. The Straits Times. 16 September.
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Morn Vanntey (2016). Buddha relics to head back to Oudong Mountain. The Phnom Penh Post. 20 May.
Vong Sokheng (2016). More looted antiquities welcomed home. The Phnom Penh Post. 31 March.
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Peter Ford (2016). US Museum Returns Stolen Rama Statue. Cambodia Daily. 29 February.
Dan Duray (2016). Cambodian warrior comes home: Denver Art Museum returns Khmer statue. The Art Newspaper. 26 February.
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Audrey Wilson (2016). Last Koh Ker piece coming home. The Phnom Penh Post. 30 January.
Pin Sisovann (2016). In Visit, US Secretary of State Gave a Nod to Cambodian Antiquities. Voice of America. 29 January.
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AFP (2016). France's Guimet Museum returns looted statue head to national museum in Phnom Penh. Art Daily. 20 January.
Mom Kunthear (2016). At National Museum, Decapitated Harihara Statue to Headline. Khmer Times. 18 January.
Sen David (2016). Authorities halt Angkor excavating. The Phnom Penh Post. 8 January.
Mom Kunthear (2015). Sting Operation Nets Fake Antiquities Peddlers. Khmer Times. 29 December.
May Titthara (2015). Apsara Acts on Koh Ker Logging. Khmer Times. 7 December.
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Cambodia returns sculptural fragment after 3-D scans show it fits Cleveland Museum of Art's Krishna (photos)( )
Steven Litt (2015). Cambodia returns sculptural fragment after 3-D scans show it fits Cleveland Museum of Art's Krishna (photos). Cleveland.com. 30 October.
Vong Sokheng (2015). Artefacts returned by collector. The Phnom Penh Post. 21 October.
Neou Vannarin (2015). Two Ancient Artifacts To Be Returned by Norwegian Collector. Voice of America. 16 October.
Xinhua (2015). 5 Cambodians get 7 years in jail for antique theft. Khmer Times. 27 August.
May Titthara (2015). Suspects stick to stories in Oudong theft. The Phnom Penh Post. 12 August.
Bennett Murray (2015). Ancient treasures in the backyard. The Phnom Penh Post. 8 August.
Khouth Sophak Chakrya (2015). Statues built on ancient bricks. The Phnom Penh Post. 30 July.
Prangthong Jitcharoenkul (2015). Thailand returns 16 smuggled artefacts to Cambodia. Bangkok Post. 12 July.
Chea Vannak (2015). Cambodia Creates 'Border Pass' for Workers in Thailand. Khmer Times. 12 July.
Ecuador analiza convenio de cooperación con Reino de Camboya para protección de patrimonio cultural y natural( )
Ecuador considers a Memorandum of Understanding with the Kingdom of Cambodia for the protection of cultural and national heritage
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Khouth Sophak Chakrya (2015). Statues discovered in Kampong Thom forest. The Phnom Penh Post. 22 May.
Steven Litt (2015). Returning Hanuman sculpture to Cambodia a nimble, savvy play by Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland.com. 15 May.
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Luke Hunt (2014). 'Indiana Jane' and the Looted Temples of Koh Ker. The Diplomat. 6 June.
AFP (2014). Looted ancient statues returned to Cambodia from US. ABC Australia. 4 June.
Khoun Theara (2014). Three Statues Repatriated in Phnom Penh Ceremony. Voice of America. 3 June.
David Ng (2014). Norton Simon Museum to return contested ancient statue to Cambodia. Los Angeles Times. 7 May.
Khouth Sophak Chakrya (2014). Relic Hunt Continues. The Phnom Penh Post. 13 March.
Cheang Sokha (2014). Relic theft at temple in capital. The Phnom Penh Post. 12 March.
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Tom Mashberg (2013). The Met Will Return a Pair of Statues to Cambodia. The New York Times. 3 May.