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Thai junta leader and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha

Prayuth to make first visit
Talks with coup leader come as logging deaths, deportations threaten relations

Cambodia’s King Norodom Sihamoni sits on his throne beside his crown and sword during his coronation ceremony at the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh on October 29, 2004

Reign of the quiet king
Meditation, music and palace business fill Sihamoni’s days and nights

Quote of the day

Grand Twins chief strategy officer David Liu on demands of 4,000 striking employees

Leading

‘Unity’ key in King’s message

King Norodom Sihamoni outside the Royal Palace yesterday to mark the 10th anniversary of his coronation in 2004

Tens of thousands of well-wishers took to the streets near the Royal Palace yesterday to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the coronation of King Norodom Sihamoni.

Circuitous route for fugitive

Michael Edward Harris seen yesterday after his arrest

Soon after internet forums identified American fugitive and child abuse suspect Michael Edward Harris as a dog trainer in Sihanoukville on October 15, the 34-year-old hurriedly fled his apartment, leaving dirty dishes, a Bible and packs of condoms

Factory’s workers ordered back

Garment workers sew clothes at Grand Twins International Factory earlier this year

Thousands of employees at Grand Twins International, Cambodia’s only publicly listed garment factory, will be back at the assembly line today after nearly two weeks on strike, accepting a court order to return to work.

Garment wage talks fall apart

Garment workers protest against big name brands at Canadia Industrial Park last month

The tripartite working group set up to negotiate and advise the Ministry of Labour’s Labour Advisory Committee (LAC) on next year’s minimum wage in Cambodia’s garment sector has stopped meeting after reaching a stalemate.

Latest Video

Mark Morris Dance Group's Khmer Triumph

The world renowned Mark Morris Dance Group swirled into the Kingdom to perform and share their knowledge with local dancers as part of the US State Department's Dance Motion USA program.

Paris Peace Agreements

Anniversary met with animosity

Anti-Vietnamese sentiment strong at commemoration of Paris Peace Agreements.

Veterans

Veterans short-changed

Former soldiers, many disabled, travel far to the capital in their almost decade long battle to regain lands promised to them in return for defecting from the Khmer Rouge.