The Cambodian delegation to the UN has abstained from voting on a historic resolution encouraging international action on the abysmal state of human rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the latest sign of the complicated relationsh
In a three-hour meeting yesterday, lawmakers grilled Minister of Tourism Thong Kong about the lack of transparency surrounding ticket sales to the Angkor Archaeological Park and the amount shared with Cambodia’s national budget.
All the families of the four Cambodians who died in a blaze at Siem Reap’s trendy Hip Hop Club filed complaints to the provincial court yesterday, said Thorng Sakun, deputy chief of the Siem Reap provincial police.
Officials at the World Bank, which in 2011 froze new loans to Cambodia amid a furore surrounding the Boeung Kak lake evictions, have approved preliminary proposals to issue funding for a project that could see families forcibly removed in Kampong
Australian Greens Party Senator Sarah Hanson-Young talks to State of Play about her trip to investigate Australia's USD 35 million agreement with Cambodia to resettle refugees in the Kingdom.
Seven given one year sentences for traffic offences.
A centuries old tradition returns with fireworks, boat races and regal blessings.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Koy Kuong yesterday defended the independence of Cambodia’s judiciary following concerns raised by a UN official about the whirlwind imprisonment of 11 activists arrested for protesting last week.
Giving Cambodia a makeover was the focus at the sixth World Rice Conference, which was held yesterday at Phnom Penh’s Sofitel hotel.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and Australian PM Tony Abbott agreed at the ASEAN summit in Myanmar this week to forge ahead with a controversial refugee resettlement agreement, despite protests in both countries.
Hard-serving Russian Alexander Igoshin sent second-seeded Robin Kern of Germany packing in straight sets 6-3, 6-2 to cause the biggest flutter of the day, even as top-seeded Johan Sebastien Tatlot, France’s best junior this year, survive
Two freshie boys didn’t look so cool on Tuesday after their motorbike antics left them in hospital.
French director Régis Wargnier described his new film, The Gate, as the concluding part of his “communist utopia trilogy,” ahead of the Cambodian premiere in Phnom Penh last night.
Australian Greens Party Senator Sarah Hanson-Young talks to State of Play about her trip to investigate Australia's USD 35 million agreement with Cambodia to resettle refug