Cambodia has published a red list of artefacts aimed at stemming the looting of artefacts from the country, to be distributed to museums, auction houses and border checkpoints. You can help, too, by supporting local businesses when in Cambodia and not buying marketplace antiquities!
New List Aims to Stem Tide of Cambodian Stolen Antiquities
VOA News, 02 Mar 2010
The International Council of Museums will soon publish a Red List to help identify antiquities that have been smuggled out of Cambodia. This list will help some ways to stem the trade of antiquities from the plundered country, but more effort is still needed, especially when Thailand and Singapore are key transit points for these antiquities and the two countries are not signatories to the 1970 UN resolution on trafficking antiquities.
New weapon to fight theft of Khmer relics
Phnom Penh Post, 27 June 2008