Prime Minister Hun Sen announced yesterday that he and opposition leader Sam Rainsy had “agreed in principle” that the next election could be held five months early, in February 2018, but that Cambodia National Rescue Party deputy l
Almost 200 families in the capital’s Russey Keo district are living in fear of their homes plunging into the Tonle Sap river.
The leader of Cambodia’s largest independent garment union may soon be in jail, with the group fearing it will not be able to afford the $25,000 bail a judge has ordered be paid by April 25, its vice president said yesterday.
The trial chamber of the Khmer Rouge tribunal issued an order to legal teams on Tuesday, setting deadlines for the provision of lists of proposed witnesses – among other documents – and hinting that Case 002/02, which still has no o
On the eve of a court ruling, rights groups yesterday called on the court to drop “politically motivated” charges against men accused of plotting to overthrow the government.
Exile is over for disgraced Siem Reap provincial ex-police chief Mao Pov, who drunkenly fired his gun in a Siem Reap hotel in 2012, with the Ministry of Interior moving him into a new position charged with establishing a provincial
A South Korean national wanted by Interpol was arrested yesterday by Interior Ministry police, officials said.
The Zongtex Garment factory off Phnom Penh’s Russian Boulevard looks like a nondescript residential compound, hidden down a dead-end road.
A young woman yesterday described to a court how she had spent years of her childhood feeling like a slave to her adoptive mother as she suffered beatings and torture in a home she was rarely allowed to leave, even for school.
Svay Rieng Provincial Court on Tuesday convicted Kuo Chandany, 21, of premeditated murder for first electrocuting, then cleaving and slitting the throat of her husband last August, court vice prosecutor Sam Sarun said yesterday.