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A Cambodian domestic worker leaves Phnom Penh International Airport in 2012 after flying home from Malaysia

Smuggling in spotlight
Cambodia ‘a major source of illegal immigration’ to other countries

Nikolai Doroshenko

Doroshenko granted bail
Polonsky's nemesis wins small victory but still faces charges

Prime Minister Hun Sen and opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party leader Sam Rainsy

PM accepts CPP may lose
Hun Sen warns Rainsy not to mistreat him if CNRP takes power

Quote of the day

Conservation study author Minerva Singh on time-consuming ground-based mapping techniques versus her study's proposal for aerial mapping of the Angkor Wat area


Prey Lang network says authorities profit from illegal logging

Members of the Prey Lang Community Network hold a press conference at Meta House

Political and business elites have been directly involved in and profited from illegal logging in the Prey Lang forest in northern Cambodia, according to a new report from members of the Prey Lang Community Network.

Mapping tech holds promise

Archaeologist Damian Evans gestures at the Beng Mealea temple complex in Siem Reap province in May 2013

Aerial mapping techniques used to produce two new studies into forest canopies around the Angkor temple complex could provide a major boost to future conservation efforts in Cambodia and other tropical countries.

Troops sent to Ratanakkiri border area

Almost 1,000 Cambodian soldiers have been deployed along the Vietnamese border in Ratanakkiri province in an effort to combat crimes including “illegal immigration”, military officials said yesterday.

US investors put off by uncertainty and corruption

Burger King is one of the US companies targeting Cambodia’s rising middle class

While American companies have more than $1 billion invested in the Kingdom, the West’s largest economy remains lukewarm on doing business here

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The fall of Phnom Penh 40 years on

An eyewitness remembers the day the Khmer Rouge stormed the Cambodian capital and took power.

Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama in Siem Reap

First lady of the United States talks girls education during trip to Cambodia.

Leang Seckon

Cambodian artist hits the big time

Phnom Penh based artist Leang Seckon's collage reflections on Khmer society are featuring at the prestigious Art Basel in Hong Kong.

Artists preserve Khmer Rouge memories in half a ton of salt

Monks examine Sibiski’s salt-covered installation

Artist couple’s new exhibition takes Picasso’s contention that ‘art is a weapon’ and applies it to a new enemy: the danger of forgetting the past