Despite Cambodia’s unofficial freeze on inter-country adoptions, the Ministry of Social Affairs recently urged partner countries to reforge, in principle, their adoption partnerships with the Kingdom.
Just days after deporting dozens of Montagnard asylum seekers, government officials yesterday announced that a group who arrived in Cambodia in October have been unofficially deemed refugees, in a move analysts say is likely to anger close ally Vi
The government has failed to meet its obligations in upholding civil and political rights, human rights groups have alleged.
A coalition of monitors, whose findings bolstered the opposition’s claims of election fraud following the 2013 poll, have accused the CNRP of acquiescing to the ruling party at reform talks and crafting an election law arguably worse than the one
Khmer Rouge tribunal legal communications officer Lars Olsen addressing the decision of international co-investigating judge Mark Harmon to charge suspects Im Chaem and Meas Muth without the consent of his Cambodian c
His visa has expired and the government wont renew it but dogged environmental activist Alejandro Gonzalez-Davidson says he's going no where.
Eco-tourism plans a last resort to save a 6400-hectare patch of forest from illegal logging and wildlife poaching.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday assured the public that if he lives to 90, he no longer aspires to lead the country at that age.
Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol called on business owners to clean up their activities in the Kingdom, in order to remain competitive, especially in light of the ASEAN Economic Community integration due to be realised at the end of the ye
Long-time senior Funcinpec figure Nhek Bun Chhay yesterday warned the embattled royalist party could split yet again if an ongoing dispute between his and recently returned party president Prince Norodom Ranarridh’s factions is not resol
Japanese member of parliament and former professional wrestler and mixed martial artist Antonio Inoki was appointed a goodwill ambassador for the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia in order to help bokator and wrestling in the Kingdo
A trio of larcenous ladyboys are awaiting a court date after a robbery gone wrong on Monday.
In a hidden alcove at Wat Lanka, some 100 ornate funeral urns have been left unclaimed for more than 40 years. Now, after being rediscovered, they could be reunited with their owners.
Khmer Rouge tribunal legal communications officer Lars Olsen addressing the decision of international co-investigating judge Mark Harmon to charge suspects Im Chaem and Mea