The government and a local press club’s reaction to an attack on a state-media cameraman earlier this week stands in stark contrast to their response following what many believe was a government-orchestrated assault on journalists in September.
Credit Suisse, a financial services firm based in Switzerland, has been accused of aiding land grabbing in Cambodia by becoming a major shareholder in Vietnamese rubber giant Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) Group.
Since 2011, an estimated 3,000 resin trees have been illegally razed by rogue loggers and a land concessionaire operating in Mondulkiri’s Sen Monorom district, villagers claimed yesterday.
In this week’s interview, Daniel de Carteret sits down with Ulrich Zachau, the World Bank’s new country director, during his first visit to Cambodia since he took the post in October.
Like many things about the Hermit Kingdom, the new Angkor-themed museum is a bit odd. Poppy McPherson took a tour, and met some of the secretive people who have created it.
The Cambodian wrestling team squeezed out yet another gold at the 27th SEA Games yesterday with Dorn Sov bettering his men’s under-120kg Greco silver medal by claiming victory in the freestyle heavyweight division at Yangon’s National In
Diplomatic sources claim that at a recent dinner, the minister of foreign affairs of Laos, Thongloun Sisoulith, waxed indignant about America’s abduction of hundreds of individuals from around the world.
As children in the late ’90s, three friends Rith, Sovan and Dara promised one another that they’d grow old together, working at a restaurant on the beach.