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  • Friday July 17th, 2020



MORNING NEWS BRIEF [JULY 17, 2020] 150 150 Cambodia Development Center
  1. The Trump Administration is proposing the  travelling restriction that bans the  Members of the Chinese Communist and their families from entering into the United States. Source: Reuters
  2. The UK, Canada, and the U.S. security services warned that Russian spies targeted organizations that are trying to develop vaccines for coronavirus. Source: BBC
  3. Russian Embassy threatened to retaliate against any measures taken by the U.K. as they adopted a combative stance that claims that Russia was involved in the 2019 election. Source: The Daily Mail
  1. Australia will continue providing advocacy and consistent support for the freedom of navigation through the South China Sea, during the media briefing. Source: The Straits Times
  2. North Korea tested the recently developed missiles which are designed with the intention to increase the reliability, effectiveness, and survivability of their missile forces. Source: Sputnik
  3. 125 millions people in the impoverished state of India began the 15-days lockdown period as the authorities struggled with the virus containment after the cases reached 1 million. Source: CNA
  1. European Union leaders meet to discuss the post-Covid19 stimulus package with low expectation of a deal that is worth 750 billion and a seven-year budget of 1.07 trillion. Source: BBC
  2. Azerbaijan and Armenia armies accused each other of shelling military positions causing a ceasefire that destroyed local villagers’s houses near the borders. Source: Al Jazeera
  3. U.S. Homeland Security announced the extension of non-essential travel restrictions at U.S. land borders with Canada and Mexico until August 21. Source: RT



  1. The National Election Committee will hold a voter registration from October 1st to 19th to prepare for the 2022 communal election and 2023 national elections. Source: Khmer Times
  2. The Mondulkiri Provincial Governor welcomed investors for their eco-tourism development plans in the province to sustain biodiversity and protect wildlife. Source: Khmer Times 
  3. A med-term outlook report by OECD and FAO revealed that Cambodia is growing toward becoming a global rice exporter, with expectation that exports will double by 2019. Source: AKP 

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