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Vietnamese citizens with makeshift batons and border guards line up on Sunday along the Cambodia-Vietnam border in Svay Rieng province, where a CNRP lawmaker was injured during a clash

Political parties bordering on harmony
Government dances to opposition’s tune on Vietnam encroachment

Meas Muth, a former navy chief of the Khmer Rouge and war-crimes suspect, smokes a cigarette at his house in Battambang province last week.

Meas Muth hosted Peace Corps volunteer
Family of war crimes suspect paid US funds for homestay

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Work picking up at Don Sahong dam site

People inspect a construction site on the bank of the Mekong River last week in Champasak province, southern Laos, where the Don Sahong hydroelectric dam is set to be built.

Despite protests from its neighbours and the international community, construction is ramping up at the proposed Don Sahong dam site in southern Laos, according to Cambodians living near the border.

Dengue numbers swelling, says ministry

With cases in the past six months more than doubled compared to last year, the Ministry of Health is urging Cambodians to exercise caution as the Kingdom builds toward an expected periodic dengue outbreak.

SR airport's only thermal scanner ‘broken’

As concern about the MERS virus’s spread mounts in the region, the Ministry of Health has ordered health workers in Siem Reap International Airport to use manual thermometers to screen passengers entering the Kingdom as the airport’s only ThermoSc

MP ‘injured’ at border

Cambodia National Rescue Party lawmaker Real Camerin (centre) is carried away from the Vietnam-Cambodia border on the weekend in

More than a dozen people were injured in a clash yesterday afternoon, when two opposition party lawmakers led some 200 Cambodians to inspect the Cambodia-Vietnam border in Svay Rieng province.

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Huge crowd for Cambodian World Cup qualifier

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Archaeologists digging in search of common people

Pieces of sandstone that researchers think might have been used for a house mound discovered during a 2013 excavation

In Angkor Wat research, the focus has long been on temples and high society. A new project there is taking a different approach, laying the foundation for a new understanding of the iconic empire