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The politics of prayer
The leaders of Cambodia's smallest Muslim sect feel they are losing their grip

Too rich for some
A year on, Aeon Mall has proved madly popular but a dozen businesses have still left

Quote of the day

Hannah Stevens, the associate director of Amrita Performing Arts, on local reactions to a poster of actors cradling skulls for a touring performance of "Hamlet".

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Tech company to release Khmer music, 'friendship' and listings apps

Cambodian smartphone users should ready themselves for a surge in their data usage.

Romans vs Khmers: They came, they saw, they traded... or did they?

No one disputes that Oc Eo is a site of great archaelogical value. Vietnam this week named it a "national relic". But was it also the place where ancient Romans and Khmers met?

Thespians coming to Cambodia to prove Hamlet's global appeal

Since April last year, a group of actors from London’s Globe Theatre have been touring on a quest to perform the Shakespearean play in every country in the world. This week it’s Cambodia’s turn

Work stymied on India's 'imitation' Angkor Wat

Construction in India on the world’s biggest Hindu temple complex has been delayed in response to Cambodian government complaints that the design copies Angkor Wat.

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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

World cup Phnom Penh

Huge crowd for Cambodian World Cup qualifier

A packed house in Phnom Penh watch Singapore score a resounding victory.

Summons ‘harassment’, says rights group official

Senior Adhoc rights worker Ny Chakrya has slammed a court summons ordering him to appear at Phnom Penh Municipal as “judicial harassment” designed to silence the organisation.