Twenty-nine families living in Pursat province have been given less than a month’s notice to pack up their belongings and move off state forest grounds.
The American director of a local orphanage was arrested yesterday over rape charges incurred in the United States.
Stronger disaster planning is needed to avoid future devastation and loss of life caused by flooding, according to a report published by World Vision yesterday.
Kampong Cham police officials arrested 10 suspects on Sunday for illegally fishing the Mekong River in Koh Sotin district.
Three alleged members of a money-laundering operation worth more than $11 million who were arrested earlier this year in Phnom Penh have had their cases sent to court and are now awaiting trial, Om Yentieng, head of the Anti-Corrupt
Taking strides to curb Cambodia’s high maternal and child mortality rates, health officials yesterday launched a $14 million initiative to improve women’s limited access to reproductive health care.
As opposition party leaders Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha returned from separate overseas trips yesterday, the party said it had more than enough cash to finance continuous mass demonstrations, with the bulk of funds coming from Cambodia
For 10 days and over a collective journey of about 1,000 kilometres, some 2,500 monks and supporters marching from five different provinces have found themselves locked out of temples, quarrelling with local authorities and negotiat
National Police and military police officers deployed to International Human Rights Day events and an opposition rally in the capital today will not carry guns or live ammunition, spokesmen for the respective authorities said yester
An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) exploded near the Preah Vihear temple yesterday morning, causing panic among troops stationed along the Thai border area, military officials said yesterday.