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Mon, 26 February 2018

When will it end? (Part II): Villagers remember the bombing of Svay Rieng

In March 1969, under Operation Menu, President Nixon authorised a bombing campaign in eastern Cambodia, lasting till May 1970, to target North Vietnamese supply routes.

Thu, 1 February 2018

Family of Kem Sokha outside Appeal Court as ex-CNRP leader makes bail bid

The wife and mother of Kem Sokha were outside the Appeal Court in Phnom Penh this morning, as the jailed former opposition leader was brought to the capital for a bail hearing that was ultimately rejected.

Mon, 8 January 2018

When will it end? (Part I): A sleepy Cambodian village lives with the legacy of chemical warfare

As a part of the war in Vietnam, the United States military sprayed millions of gallons of herbicides and defoliants between 1962 and 1971 under Operation Ranch Hand.

Mon, 4 December 2017

A spectacle of stability

Prime Minister Hun Sen, his wife Bun Rany and an entourage of ministers conducted a prayer ceremony over the weekend at the Angkor Wat temple complex – an elaborate two-day event that recalled the traditions of ancient Khmer rulers

Wed, 29 November 2017

How the dissolution of the CNRP is changing Cambodia’s political landscape

On November 16, the Supreme Court voted to dissolve the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party.

Wed, 22 November 2017

Kingdom hosts inaugural Cambodia Travel Mart

Businesspeople from 80 countries around the world attended the ​first Cambodia Travel Mart in Siem Reap last week, connecting local companies to potential international customers.

Fri, 27 October 2017

Behind the scenes of Bird Monster Battle

The Post visited the Lakhon Khol Youth of Cambodia dance group as they practised at the Royal University of Fine Arts in preparation for a performance on Sunday at Beltei International University.

Fri, 20 October 2017

Senate passes amendments allowing seat redistribution

Following last week's events, when Prime Minister Hun Sen proposed redistributing the Cambodia National Rescue Party’s National Assembly seats among minor opposition parties, the controversial amendments were passed at a Senate meet

Fri, 20 October 2017

Life with the indigenous communities of Mondulkiri

The Indigenous People's Lodge in the lush highlands of Mondulkiri, one of the Kingdom's most sparsely populated provinces, offers of a taste of traditional life.

Watch our video to find out more.