A baby elephant died yesterday after being found snared in a poacher’s trap in the jungle along the border of Orang and Keo Seyma districts in Mondulkiri province.
The opposition party announced it would recruit more women, young people and ethnic minorities as candidates ahead of the 2017 elections after a meeting yesterday, in which a ruling party “attack” strategy was dismissed as “propaganda”.
City Hall yesterday defended its decision to ask petrol stations in the capital to halt sales along the route taken by Kem Ley’s funeral procession, citing the potential for “terrorism” and “third-party” attempts to burn down gasoline stations.
American sporting goods giant Nike has opened its first dedicated retail store in Cambodia in what observers have described as another sign the Kingdom’s strong economy and rising incomes had not gone unnoticed by international retail giants.
With an attempted coup against the government of President Recep Erdogan quashed only days ago and more than 7,000 alleged conspirators now under arrest, the Turkish ambassador to Cambodia yesterday pressed the govern
Two opposition lawmakers, Nhay Chamroeun and Kong Sakphea were beaten unconscious during protests in Phnom Penh, as over a thousand protesters descended upon the National Assembly.
Students at Phnom Penh's Liger Learning Center have written and published a new book, "The Cambodian Economy".
All tanks deployed to the Thai border in Preah Vihear have been ordered to return for repairs at bases around and near Phnom Penh, according to Defence Ministry spokesman Chhum Socheat.
With a greater number of Cambodians devoting time and money to exercise, bicycles are shedding their lowly image as a cheap means of transportation and fast becoming a symbol of the wealthier, more health-conscious elite.
“With one dead Kem Ley, a million Kem Leys are created to bridge the cares of Cambodian people to their nation. Kem Ley’s words are already in Cambodians’ hearts,” reads a stanza of Dr Kem Ley by poet Chhun Chamnap.
Good wishes are pouring in as the Rio Olympics-bound Cambodian contingent of six athletes – including taekwondo qualifier Sorn Seavmey – four coaches, six officials and support staff prepare to fly out to Brazil on Thursday.
Seven men armed with rifles and riding a tractor were stopped by police in Stung Treng yesterday.
Three of the men escaped into a nearby forest while the rest were arrested.
Submissions have opened for the fifth annual Chaktomuk Short Film Festival set for November 4 through 6 in Phnom Penh.