As Cambodian government officials and top European Union diplomats kick off four days of high-level meetings in Brussels today, new EU trade statistics show that imports of Cambodian sugar – a crop linked to extensive alleged land g
The government has found a novel new way of applying pressure to the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party in an attempt to get it to join the National Assembly.
At least 11 of the 49 recruiting firms the Ministry of Labour has approved to send Cambodian workers overseas are alleged to have been complicit in shady practices ranging from broken promises to allegations of abuse and captivity i
Following the death of a 3-year-old due to avian flu on March 2, an 11-year-old boy died in Phnom Penh’s Kantha Bopha Hospital on Friday, a hospital representative said yesterday.
Five members of the same family were killed and another 15 seriously injured when a tractor careened off a Battambang bridge on Friday.
Six Cambodians were killed in Thailand early yesterday when the pick-up truck in which they travelled struck a foundation pillar of a bridge in Chon Buri, Thai police said.
Authorities in Battambang province’s Banan district seized more than 17,000 marijuana plants and 16 kilograms of dried marijuana on Saturday in a raid on a farm that yielded three arrests, police said yesterday.
Three Kratie province journalists have alleged military police opened fire on them last week after they photographed luxury timber being transported.
Ethnic Phnong villagers from Mondulkiri’s Pech Chreada district turned over to authorities a group of 15 men who were allegedly caught logging luxury wood in their community forest on Saturday, locals and provincial authorities said
Union federations today will finalise their strategy for a stay-at-home strike scheduled to start on Wednesday, amid recent government and police suppression of union activity.