A day after the Chang Feng garment factory burned down in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district, most of the roughly 900 employers – now effectively out of work – gathered yesterday to demand pay.
Long beyond the blaze of the campaign trail, the opposition party has continued promising to push its seven-point platform once lawmakers take their National Assembly seats.
Sophal Ear, one of the foremost Cambodian political economists, sat down with State of Play to discuss his theories on how foreign aid has weakened governance in Cambodia and how these lessons might apply to political
For almost one year Sam Rainsy and his party refused to take their seats in parliament, despite winning the most seats in last year's election that he has since leaving the government.
A Royal Cambodian Armed Forces soldier was charged yesterday by Preah Vihear Provincial Court and held in pretrial detention for the fatal shooting of a teenage soybean farmer.
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) is planning new measures for trading on the local stock exchange that it says will encourage investors to trade more actively.
A six-month project of exhibitions, symposia and workshops is set to bridge the creative divide between Bangkok and Phnom Penh, showcasing some of the region’s cutting-edge artists
The third National Junior Tournament, which concluded at the National Tennis Center on Sunday, threw up several surprises, shocks and breakthroughs, but none of them had any impact on rock-solid Hour Sreypov, who continues to tower over
A gun is no guarantee of safety, particularly if you’re not prepared to use it.
An exhibition illustrating the work done to punish war criminals, created by the International Criminal Court (ICC), will open today to mark the Day of International Criminal Justice.
Sophal Ear, one of the foremost Cambodian political economists, sat down with State of Play to discuss his theories on how foreign aid has weakened governance in Cambodia a