The Khmer Rouge tribunal’s international co-prosecutor said he will appeal the investigating judges’ decision to dismiss the case against Im Chaem on the grounds that she was not a senior leader and could not be tried as one of those “most responsible” for the crimes under the regime. The judges said the former Preah Netr Preah district secretary “had the authority to order executions” and was a “trusted and close aide” of Ta Mok, known as “the butcher”, who purged Khmer Rouge soldiers. Yet ultimately they deemed Chaem too lowly in the Khmer Rouge leadership to face the court.
The ostensibly-outlawed export of logs to Vietnam increased in May, while the trade in sawn timber, also supposedly banned, remained substantial, new Vietnamese customs data shows. According to the figures, obtained and released by US-based NGO Forest Trends, Vietnam received 9,329 cubic metres of logs from Cambodia in May, valued at $1.7 million and equalling an almost 50 percent increase in volume from the month before. As for sawn timber, 18,691 cubic metres of Cambodian timber – valued at $12.7 million – were registered by Vietnamese customs authorities in May.
With the majority of garment and low-income workers ineligible for traditional financial services to purchase daily products like mobile phones and cooking stoves, iCare Benefits Cambodia hopes to fill in the gap by getting products to end consumers. With the Cambodian operations having recently been given a boost from a private equity fund, The Post’s Kali Kotoski sat down with Country Director Molika Meas to talk about the company’s expansion plans. PPP: What is the history of iCare Benefits? MMM: The company started four years ago with the mission to provide workers with immediate access to essential products and services.
Prime Minister Hun Sen over the weekend donated a further $50,000 to the family of slain political commentator Kem Ley through Fresh News CEO Lim Cheavutha, according to the government-aligned news outlet, with the money going toward a memorial stupa. Cheavutha last week delivered $10,000 on behalf of Hun Sen – who has sued multiple people, including former opposition leader Sam Rainsy, for saying he was behind the July 2016 murder – to cover funeral costs, and on Saturday gave $50,000 toward the stupa. Kem Ley’s brother, Kem Rithisith, confirmed the donation by telephone yesterday.
Four years ago, when the opposition snatched Kampong Cham away from the ruling party in 2013 national elections, it hinted at a deeper shift taking
Nestled along National Road 1, Bayon Beoung Snor is a farm-cum-restaurant. The team grows their own vegetables, which they then use to whip up traditional Khmer food.
The Post's publisher Bill Clough, under whose leadership the publication went from a fortnightly to a daily one, discusses his investment in Cambodia, his vision for the paper in an increasingly digital age,
An ethnic Kuoy activist in Stung Treng province says his life was threatened after he tipped authorities off to an alleged land grab on Saturday involving two suspects who remain at large.
Cambodia’s Minister of Mines and Energy Suy Sem recently met with representatives from the Australian mining firm Renaissance Minerals Cambodia Ltd to discuss the progress of the Okvau and O’Chhung gold mining projects in Mondulkiri prov
After missing a first-half penalty, Cambodia squeezed out a 1-0 win over the Philippines in an inconsequential fixture much to the delight of thousands of fans as China pulled off a 2-1 upset over defending champions Japan to clinch Grou
Prey Veng province police got two wildly different versions of the story of how a villager was attacked by his neighbour with a bamboo stick on Thursday night.
It’s the end of the week, and that means it’s time to fill up your social calendar with fun activities for the days ahead. Get cultured with concerts of all kinds, sports, exhibitions, fashion, and a language class or two.
Nestled along National Road 1, Bayon Beoung Snor is a farm-cum-restaurant.