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Lawmakers and senior officials attend a session of parliament at the National Assembly last year

The rules of engagement
Circular calls into question power of commissions to summons

Garment workers shout slogans during the launch of a campaign at Veng Sreng Boulevard

A brand new strategy
Unions upping pressure on buyers in $177 minimum wage push

Workers from the neighbouring NagaCorp construction site demolish a section of wall at the Buddhist Institute in May

Naga eyeing institute land
New hotel would displace Buddhist centre

Quote of the day

Prime Minister Hun Sen encouraging ministers to not seek his permission when summoned to National Assembly


Former international judge resparks KRT bias debate

Judges (back row) stand before the pronouncement of the verdict in case 002/01 at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

Questions of judicial bias have long dogged the Khmer Rouge tribunal, often as a matter of legal and academic debate.

Gov’t releases data on timber baron’s deal

Tycoon Try Pheap has collected an estimated 1,500 cubic metres of timber from Forestry Administration offices since the government in July issued his companies permission to confiscate “waste wood” from their offices and from the Ministry of Envir

Mam Fund pledges cash for AFESIP

A new organisation has been created under the name of disgraced sex-trafficking activist Somaly Mam, which says it will raise money for a local NGO she founded that lost funding in the wake of allegations that key parts of her life story were fabr

Voices of despair from S Arabia

Foreign labourers work at a construction site in the Saudi capital Riyadh last year

Abuse, deceit and slave labour were just some of the allegations that emerged from Cambodian workers in Saudi Arabia yesterday as talks between the two nations over a formal deal, which would see thousands more sent there, appeared to continue.

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garment protest

Global labour demonstration

Garment workers demanding a $177 minimum monthly wage take to the streets in Phnom Penh with support in cities across the world.


ONE FC hits the Kingdom

Three Cambodian fighters prepare for one of the biggest sporting events ever held in Phnom Penh.


Getting high tech in Phnom Penh

On Monday, creative, tech-savy Cambodians got together to exhibit Apps, drones and cameras helping tackle social, environmental and political issues in Cambodia at a USAID backed innovation show.

Vovinam athletes hit the Olympic Stadium mats

The 2014 National Vovinam Championships kicked into action yesterday at the indoor hall of the Olympic Stadium, with 94 participants hailing from five clubs including Vovinam Olympic, Wat Koh High School, Children Rescue Organisation, Sa