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RCAF Deputy Commander in Chief Chea Dara speaks yesterday in Phnom Penh at a forum on cooperation between the national military and private businesses.

In praise of RCAF Inc
Controversial sponsorship of military units lauded by top brass

Defence Minister General Tea Banh (right) salutes senior defence officials yesterday morning at the conclusion of military exercises at a military base in Kampong Speu.

Defence chief vows to 'control' democracy
Tea Banh warns troops against revolutionaries

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Ministry gets own TV, radio platform

Mao Bunnarin (left), director general of logistics and finance at Ministry of Interior, shakes hands with Huang Yi Chuan, country representative of China Fujian Zhongya Culture Media, yesterday.

The Ministry of Interior is planning to launch a $30 million radio and television station with backing from a Chinese company, with testing set to start right around the time the opposition party’s new station is slated to begin broadcasting.

ELCs tied to destruction of forests in new report

A map showing overlays for land concessions and protected areas in Cambodia in 2013.

Cambodis's most crucial forests are disappearing at a rate of more than 2,000 kilometres a year, as agricultural firms continue to harvest timber by illegal means in protected areas and national parks, according to a study from Washington-based Fo

Acid murder trial under way

Sroeun Nann sits at a Phnom Penh police station in March after her arrest on charges that she attacked Meas Vanny with acid.

The trial of a woman accused of using acid to murder a teenager she suspected of having an affair with her husband began in Phnom Penh yesterday, almost five months after the attack.

Jolie Pitt prepares for film adaptation of KR-era memoir

Hollywood actress and filmmaker Angelina Jolie Pitt – who is in Cambodia researching a film adaptation of Loung Ung’s Khmer Rouge memoir First They Killed My Father – yesterday visited Phnom Penh’s Tuol Sleng genocide museum and Bophana C

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Floating away

Floating away

An ethnically Vietnamese community that has lived on the water in Phnom Penh for decades is given three weeks notice to cut their houses loose.

Provincial fried rat

Provincial fried rat; the new organic fad?

Cambodian exporters have found an unlikely selling point for their rodents - hygiene.

Chea Sim cremated

Chea Sim cremated

King sends off late Cambodian People's Party president

Nearing lower-middle income

People look through a household goods store in Phnom Penh’s Aeon Mall last year.

Cambodia is expected to reach a GDP per capita of $1,220 this year, putting it on course to being a lower-middle income economy, said Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol, who was attending a meeting with Macau entrepreneurs in Phnom Penh yest

Cheap Eats Guide 2015

Fiscally responsible foodies, welcome once again to Post Weekend’s annual Cheap Eats guide, where we share some of our favourite sub-$5 dishes from across Phnom Penh.

Literary journal rewards talent in a still small field

The Nou Hatch Literary Journal awards night also included short story readings and a presentation by author Larry Chambers (pictured, on stage) on story structure.

A keen band of literary enthusiasts gathered at Java Café on Sunday night for an awards ceremony organised by the Nou Hach Literary Journal – the only publication of its kind in Cambodia.