Despite multiple requests, the US Embassy has not been given access to visit dual citizen Mu Sochua since her arrest last Tuesday, officials said yesterday.
A toddler in Ratanakkiri province’s Banlung town had a brush with death on Saturday when he fell down a 33-metre-deep well.
Seven of his party's lawmakers-elect are in jail, more may be soon to follow and the negotiations to end Cambodia's near year-long political deadlock have come to a grinding halt.
Protesters savagely beat district security guards, at times bashing bloodied men lying incapacitated on the ground, as an opposition-aligned demonstration against the ongoing blockade of freedom park erupted into viol
Forest activists accused of destroying private property told a court hearing in Kampong Thom province yesterday that they were acting to protect mainland Southeast Asia’s largest evergreen forest from illegal logging.
In a bid to increase trade and investment between Taiwan and Cambodia, the Taiwanese Business Center will officially open in Phnom Penh next month, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) has announced.
Buddhist monks have been at the forefront of demonstrations at Freedom Park in Phnom Penh this week. But activism by the clergy is not a new phenomenon in Cambodia or across the region
The Triathlon Federation of Cambodia on Sunday launched an eight-day secondary-level coach training course, funded by the Olympic Solidarity program of the International Olympic Committee, at the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia he
In an embarrassing callout, two men were arrested on Sunday for attempting to steal copper telephone wire by impersonating mobile company employees.
An exhibition illustrating the work done to punish war criminals, created by the International Criminal Court (ICC), will open today to mark the Day of International Criminal Justice.
A big crowd packed out Sisowath Quay in the wee hours of Monday morning to watch Germany triumph over Argentina in the World Cup Final.