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Prime Minister Hun Sen on a confirmed outbreak of HIV infections in Battambang, suspected to originate from injections by a well-known but allegedly unlicensed doctor


Relics of Cambodia’s cinematic golden age

Seng Chamnan, better known as Ta Koy, admits he is ‘not sure’ what to do with the piles of old film equipment in his home.

In Battambang, the shells of two remaining pre-Khmer Rouge cinemas still hold treasures – and their names are Tes Saloan and Ta Koy

A creative collective shaped by adversity

Hour Seyha works on a canvas inside his hut.

Rescued from modern-day slavery in Thailand as teens, the Romcheik 5 artists are now thriving

Fear motivating relocation

Lower Sesan II dam construction site

Deep in the forest, about an hour from Stung Treng’s provincial capital through a rough and difficult road, just over half of the houses in an ethnic minority village have been tagged with bright orange spray paint saying, “LSS2”.

Oxfam urges NGOs to mull exit strategies

Oxfam International, one of the first aid groups to work in Cambodia post-Khmer Rouge, has urged the hundreds of international NGOs (INGO) still operating in the country to consider their future roles and possible exit strategies.

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Khmer films shine at CIFF

The fifth edition of the Cambodian International Film Festival has proved to be its strongest for both Cambodian produced films and local audiences.

International Human Rights Day march

Five-day march for rights

Groups from across Cambodia converged on Phnom Penh's National Assembly on Wednesday to celebrate Human Rights Day.

Angkor Photo Festival

Angkor Photo Festival turns 10

Pictures line the streets of Siem Reap as photographers fly in from across world.

Gov’t announces new labour migration roadmap

Commemorating International Migrants Day yesterday, the government launched its second Labour Migration Policy, outlining new targets to regulate the Kingdom’s migrant workforce, while also noting that more than a third of its first such