The Appeal Court is to hear an application on July 4 to quash legal proceedings against Kem Sokha, acting president of the Cambodia National Rescue Party, over his failure to obey repeated court summonses.
Thirty-three houses were destroyed and two damaged in a fire yesterday in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district, as fire engines were unable to access the site due a narrow approach road.
A final draft of a casino law has been submitted to the Vietnamese government which, if approved, could lift the ban on Vietnamese nationals gambling on their home turf – a move that some casino operators in the Cambodian border town of Bavet say could be a knockout blow to their struggling operations.
Prominent Boeung Kak land rights activist Yorm Bopha has again been found guilty of organising the beating of two motodops in 2012, this time by the Court of Appeal, but will not face any additional jail time.
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".
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.
A Phnom Penh police officer was sentenced to 10 years in prison yesterday for fatally shooting three men, one of whom was a vilage chief, over a dispute about
A report released yesterday by the World Economic Forum (WEF) underscores Cambodia’s poor performance at educating and training its citizens in order to develop a competitive workforce and put their skills to productive use.
While Mondulkiri’s highland people were at first hailed as ‘base people’ by the Khmer Rouge, life under the Democratic Kampuchea regime soon became a nightmare that left their numbers decimated and their culture in tatters.
As the semifinal drama unfolds today at Olympic Stadium in the 10th edition of the prestigious Hun Sen Cup, the talk of the town is the gatecrashing by relative newcomers CMAC United, who find themselves in unchartered territory followin
A capital motoring fan refused to let a little thing like money stop him from trying to buy a $300,000 Porsche on Monday.
An innovative fundraising campaign inspired by the Parisian Hospital Foundation’s annual Operation Pieces Jaunes (Operation Yellow Coins) is set to raise a lot for underprivileged Cambodian children’s education by asking only a little.