Far away from home, with little food and their health deteriorating, a group of Montagnards hiding in the forests of Ratanakkiri province are prepared to die rather than return to Vietnam.
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s sister Hun Sinath has resigned from her job as a secretary of state over what she said was her colleagues’ fear of investigating a land dispute between villagers in Kampong Speu province and tycoon Ly Yong Phat.
Eighteen months after he vowed to resolve high-profile land disputes in the capital, Phnom Penh Governor Pa Socheatvong yesterday said authorities were “accelerating” to meet that as yet unfulfilled promise.
Recent discoveries in Southeast Asia’s rock art are painting a new history of the prehistoric tradition’s origins.
Dr Hing Thoraxy, a secretary of state at the Council of Ministers and a senior researcher at the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, talks about the Kingdom's rapid growth over the past 20 years and the challenges that lay ahead.
As Phnom Penh continues to build out, and upwards, at a rapid – largely unregulated – rate, a growing number of architects wonder if there could be a market for an aesthetic that is more uniquely Cambodian
A dozen of Cambodia’s top petanque players of the national team took a bus to Laos on Tuesday ahead of participation at the 18th Asian Petanque Championship, which begins today in Vientiane.
Moonlighting police serving as security guards at a village party weren’t too thrilled to have their on-duty counterparts show up on Wednesday, particularly when they said it was to make a drug arrest.
Eight documentaries produced by media students under the title “No Comment Cambodia Part III” paint a troubling picture of some of the Kingdom’s myriad problems – from the crumbling of decades-old colonial buildings to the potential deva