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  • Ruling party lawmaker Pen Panha (centre) speaks to civil service students yesterday about the government’s successful bid to prevent ‘colour revolution’ in Cambodia. Facebook Students lectured on ‘revolution’

    Ruling party lawmaker Pen Panha gave a lecture yesterday at the Royal School of Administration to students on the opposition’s alleged attempt at “colour revolution” – an allegation used to dissolve the Cambodia National Rescue Party in November, with virtually no evidence presented to the public to support it. Speaking at the Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Centre, Panha accused the CNRP of having “arranged a terrible trick, which was the movement and systematic strategy aiming to create colour revolution in Cambodia”. The Prey Veng lawmaker added that the attempted revolution was “facilitated...

  • Australian national James Ricketson is escorted outside the Supreme Court in Phnom Penh this morning, where a decision on his request for bail was postponed. Australian filmmaker Ricketson’s bail bid delayed

    Australian filmmaker James Ricketson, who has spent more than seven months in Cambodian prison on allegations of “espionage”, had a ruling on his final bid for bail delayed at the Supreme Court today. Ricketson, 68, last week made an impassioned plea for his release. His clothes were soaked in sweat and he claimed police had “beaten” him. He said he came to Cambodia to help the poor and make films, not to spy for foreign nations, as the charges against him allege. His lawyer, Peung Yok Hiep, said the case was delayed because not all judges were present as they were “busy” with meetings or...

Interior Ministry spokesman Khieu Sopheak responds to Sam Rainsy's plan to appeal for 'huge protests'.

Borei Keila families take compensation

Almost 20 Borei Keila families have decided to accept compensation in one of the country’s most prominent and longstanding land disputes. The dispute originated in 2004 when...

Green and blue mesh cover buildings under construction in Phnom Penh.

Experts optimistic on property sector in 2018

Experts and investors in the property sector are optimistic about the growth of the Kingdom’s real estate market in 2018 and have expressed confidence in the sector’s viability...

Prime Minister Hun Sen inspects the Lower Sesan II Dam during its inauguration in September in Stung Treng.

Enhancing regional water cooperation

by Jake Brunner, Brian Eyler, Courtney Weatherby, Eloise Kendy, and Nikky Avila Water management in the Mekong region is, in practice, dominated by energy objectives. In Cambodia, the priority is to substitute domestically produced...

Flavours that change with the seasons

Cambodians traditionally adjust their diets and recipes to capture the freshest and tastiest seasonal ingredients the country has to offer. Since ancient times Cambodians have...

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