As Thailand prepares for a year of mourning for their beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej, a rush for black clothing across the border has some Cambodian traders and small-scale manufacturers seeing potential green.
Prominent Boeung Kak activist Nget Khun was questioned in court yesterday over the violent attack on land activists at Wat Phnom three years ago, demanding compensation of 15 million riel (about $3,750) for being struck in the chest with a marble during the violence.
Telcotech, a subsidiary of local internet provider Ezecom, announced yesterday that it is nearing completion of Cambodia’s first submarine fibre-optic cable, which it expects to be operational by early next year.
Out of fear for her life, Soy Naroeun gave the Khmer Rouge what was most important to her: her body.
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".
Fringe political party leader and accused terrorist Sourn Serey Ratha yesterday urged the government to annul its ban on opposition leader Sam Rainsy’s return to Cambodia, saying authorities should be encouraging him to return if he is t
A report issued by the Ministry of Agriculture for the first nine months of this year showed a dramatic decline in government revenue from the fisheries sector, while providing incomplete information on revenue from other agricultural se
Among Cambodia’s 11 registered medical schools, many lack basic resources for hands-on training – including cadavers. As a result, instructors, doctors and students worry about the future of the profession in a country already distrustful of its health care system.
Amid growing countrywide excitement, the inaugural National Games are to officially open on Friday with a spectacular opening ceremony.
An angry group of villagers called a bumbling burglar’s bluff, chasing him out of a neighbourhood home yesterday.
Exodus, an exhibition opening tonight at Cloud, offers a window into the European migration crisis through the perspectives of three photographers based in Lesbos, Greece, in 2015 during an influx of Syrian refugees.