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 Puma shoebox lies on the pavement at the Kaoway Sports factory in Svay Rieng province after a violent protest last year during which at least three people were shot.

Ex-cop jailed over 2012 garment strike shooting
Sar Chantha arrested as fugitive governor, shooter remains free

Workers making Armani jeans spend their shifts repeating minute tasks several hundred times

High fashion's human cost
Armani factory workers fight to keep from fainting

Long Bora wears the simple khaki suit of a civil servant, but sits on a raised seat typical of monks.

Fortune telling
'Grandfather Floating Stone' opens divination school

Quote of the day

The Labour Ministry's Hem Bunny on multiple requests to Qatar to discuss work conditions and regulations for Cambodians as the two countries finalise a deal to supply more labour ahead of World Cup preparations


Sokha tells crowd not to turn to small parties

Deputy leader of the Cambodia National Rescue Party Kem Sokha

Kem Sokha, deputy leader of the Cambodia National Rescue Party, yesterday urged supporters not to leave the party in favour of smaller opposition groups if they want a chance of changing the ruling party at the next election.

Cambodia, Thailand to discuss raising border-crossing quota

Traffic approaches the Thai-Cambodian border at Poipet

Cambodia and Thailand will begin discussions next month to increase the number of buses and trucks crossing the border – currently 40 crossings a day – in a bid to spur tourism and increase the transport of goods, according to an official at the M

Labour group slams Qatar plan

Migrant labourers in Doha work on a construction site to fit plumbing for a building’s fire sprinklers in 2013.

A major trade union group has condemned Cambodia’s plans to finalise an agreement with Qatar to send workers there as the Gulf state prepares for the 2022 World Cup.

Photobook shows dual reality of development

March 27, 2009 in Phnom Penh. A child plays in muddy water that is spraying out of a broken pipe. The pipes were pumping sand into a natural lake in Borei Reakreay community. The community was evicted from their homes in mid-2009 to make way for residential complexes

Transitioning Cambodia is designed as a coffee table book, but the dark social juxtapositions its images and texts present make it into something more than casual browsing material

Latest Video

Bomb saw

Diving for bombs

In the murky waters of the Mekong, brave men recover a 500-pound Vietnam War-era bomb and defuse it.


Mayaguez remembered

Seven former US servicemen revisit the site in Cambodia of the disastrous final battle of the Vietnam War 40 years later.

Hanuman statue returned

10th-century statue depicting the Hindu god Hanuman returned after evidence of theft.