With construction starting on Cambodia's largest dam villagers look down the barrel of forced evictions.
Every morning, right about 8am, Vuthy* starts to feel out of sorts. On the way from his home in Meanchey district to the Khmer-Soviet Friendship Hospital, where he receives treatment, he breaks into a sweat.
On the same day 18 union federations made their final decision to move forward with a labour rights forum in Freedom Park on Saturday, thousands of police officials from several departments gathered in Olympic Stadium for a training
A 52-year-old woman was arrested on Thursday in Kampong Cham’s Kang Meas district, accused of acting as a broker and attempting to lure a woman to China for marriage.
Mass faintings in Cambodia’s garment factories do not occur as a result of long hours and arduous working conditions, but from workers’ failure to care for their own health, according to the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) dire
A spirited debate on human rights in Cambodia was heard in the Australian parliament this week after an opposition Labor Party MP introduced a motion calling on the government to condemn state violence against striking garment worke
Cambodia may be close to providing universal primary school education, but filling seats doesn’t necessarily equate with learning.
US federal officials raided the storage unit of a former Manhattan gallery owner on Tuesday, seizing hundreds of antiquities thought to have been illegally looted from countries including Cambodia, The New York Times reported
The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party will hold a seminar this morning on election reform to “seek input” from civil society and election monitors ahead of the second meeting of a bipartisan election reform committee on Mond
A sex worker accused of stealing less than $200 and an iPhone from a customer in the capital last year was sentenced to one year in prison yesterday.