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Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon

Reporter/sub editor

Alessandro began working at the Phnom Penh Post in 2015 as a national reporter through the Princeton in Asia fellowship program. Currently he writes for both the national and lifestyle sections. He's variously covered the environment/climate change, the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, narcotics, public health as well as arts and culture. He can be followed on Twitter and Instagram @alemzs

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‘Disorientation’ through dance – in a good way
Scholar Thomas Maxwell, known for his expertise in Khmer history, dies in Siem Reap aged 74
Before and after satellite images show extent of Sesan dam impact
Khmer history scholar dies at 88
Officials seek assistance in planning for marine park
Bringing a lithograph studio to life
Cambodia’s budget process slightly more transparent, but issues remain: report
Phnom Penh City Hall unveils disaster plan
Nest of endangered royal turtles found in Koh Kong province
Long thought to have been Cambodia’s capital during a ‘dark age’, digs are unearthing Longvek’s place as a centre of global trade
Tracing the roots of Buddhism in Cambodia
Timber trade to Vietnam up – again
New Mekong guidelines lacking, government official says
Charges laid in forest patroller murders
Murder of patrollers puts safety of those protecting Cambodia’s forests into spotlight
Updated edition provides insight into lives and lineage of Cambodia’s royals
Five more held for shooting forest patrollers in Mondulkiri
Mekong River Commission to revise dam guidelines
Updated: Suspect in forestry patrol killings surrenders
Search on for Mondulkiri forestry patrol’s killers
Three killed in jungle when patrol comes under fire; fellow authorities suspected
Breaking: Three killed while on forestry patrol in Mondulkiri
Police raid Siem Reap party, arrest 10 foreigners over ‘pornographic’ images
Preah Sihanouk governor bemoans Chinese influx
Phnom Penh chefs join international culinary association