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Min Chan Tokla (left) was hiking in the Himalayas when this week’s earthquake struck.

Caught in Nepal earthquake
Cambodian credits sore leg, late horse with saving life

Young Cambodians have been quick to take to the winter sport

Get your skates on
Ice hockey comes to Phnom Penh with plans for league and national team

As chief of Buddist moral law, Hou Chhivneath plays a key role in decisions about defrocking.

Monks behaving badly
What happens when those in saffron robes give in to temptation?

Quote of the day

Min Chan Tokla, who was caught in Nepal last week when an earthquake killed thousands of people.

Leading

Calls for government to register Montagnards

Human rights groups yesterday slammed the government’s refusal to consider asylum applications for Montagnard asylum seekers from Vietnam, calling for the immediate registration of a group of 40 currently in Phnom Penh.

Demi Lovato 'excited' about coming to Cambodia at fans' request

Pop singer Demi Lovato got her start on the children’s television show Barney and Friends

When news broke that American platinum-selling singer Demi Lovato was to perform in Cambodia on the final leg of her Demi World Tour, the collective squeal of delight from fans could be heard all the way from Angkor Wat to Kampot.

Three decades of CPP strategy bode ill for 'culture of dialogue'

Sam Rainsy and Hun Sen took their first trip abroad together last weekend, making a visit to Malaysia

As the highly visible detente between Sam Rainsy and Hun Sen grows warmer, is the opposition leader being lured into a trap?

Masterclass set to teach Phnom Penh drinkers how to make great G&Ts

Paul Mathew

London mixologist Paul Mathew is in Phnom Penh to workshop some sophisticated takes on the malaria-stopping G&T

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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.

Soldiers say main mission is stopping refugees

Soldiers rest in a hut in O’Yadav district, a few kilometres from the Vietnamese border, in Ratanakkiri province.

As Cambodia prepares to welcome the first group of refugees under its controversial deal with Australia, it is going to extreme lengths to keep asylum seekers from Vietnam out of the Kingdom, interviews with soldiers stationed along the