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Cambodia third in global index of vulnerability to financial crime

Only Afghanistan and Iran fare worse on list of countries ranked from most to least susceptible to money laundering

First micro-insurance sector death payout

A woman walks past BIMA’s offices in Phnom Penh

Cambodia’s newest micro-insurance firm on Monday paid out a $10,000 personal accident claim to a family who lost a 90-year-old aunt.

Cambodian blockbuster falls victim to age rating rules

Sbek Gong was restricted for children aged below 15 because of its ‘sexy scenes’

The man behind Cambodia’s first-ever blockbuster film, a maverick filmmaker who intends to set up the Kingdom’s answer to Hollywood in Kirirom, claims a first-ever decision to restrict screenings to viewers aged over 15 is costing the film nearly

Police get UN workshop on appropriate use of force

More than 80 high-ranking police officers from across Cambodia attended a workshop yesterday in Phnom Penh about the appropriate use of force in policing and citizens’ rights upon arrest.

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Scot Marciel

'Not locked in'

Scot Marciel, one of the US State Department's top Asia diplomats, sat down with State of Play during a whistle-stop tour of the region.

Bus protest

Busses blocked by drivers

Travelers exasperated as sacked drivers and their supporters demand reinstatement.

Kim Marintha

Police raid home of general accused of murder

Senior government adviser on the run after allegedly killing his mistress and their six-year-old daughter.

Expression muffled: Adhoc

Opposition lawmaker Mu Sochua is blocked by authorities from entering Freedom Park to protest earlier this year

Basic freedoms of assembly and expression in Cambodia are “shrinking”, risking undermining decades of progress, a rights group said yesterday, as it called on the government to dedicate more time to meet and debate with civil society org