Families of the victims of Cambodia’s 2010 Water Festival stampede gathered on Wednesday at the scene of the fatal catastrophe that resulted in more than 300 deaths, paying respects and demanding accountability. The stampede, which injured
The wife of a suspect charged for the murder of a 13-year old boy – whose drowning in broad daylight was caught on camera by onlookers – said she
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday recommended replacing three National Election Committee members who resigned from the body after the dissolution of
Just days after the Supreme Court dissolved Cambodia’s primary opposition party, government officials and affiliates yesterday g
With the government poised to divvy up the opposition CNRP’s parliamentary seats following its dissolution last week – a move al
The Ministry of Health is in the process of passing a sub-decree to regulate traditional medicine practitioners, with a six-page draft aiming to increase the quality, safety and effectiveness of the services.
Officials confirmed yesterday that the top forestry officer in Kandal province’s Kien Svay district has been suspended on suspicion of involvement in the illegal timber trade.
The Chinese Embassy donated equipment to the Cambodian Mine Action Authority (CMAA) yesterday, marking the beginning of a new pledge to
A convoy of nine vans hauling dozens of cubic metres of illegal timber was stopped by Kratie provincial forces Sunday night, but none of the drivers were caught, authorities said.
Even after a group of 60 Cambodian journalists thumbprinted an open letter calling for the release of two former Radio Free Asia reporters accused of “espionage”, some very high-profile voices remain conspicuously silent on the matter: those of the Club of Cambodian Journalists (CCJ) and the Union
Hundreds of garment workers blocked a road outside the Gawon Apparel Co factory in Kandal province today in yet another demonstration over unpaid wages.
Siem Reap Governor Kim Bunsong reminded business owners late last week to obey a long-standing, and often flouted, ban on motorcycle and scooter rentals to tourists.
The National Assembly, with only ruling party lawmakers in attendance, voted on Friday to pass the national budget for 2018 and to add two additional positions to 10 parliamentary committees, a day after a Supreme Court ruling dissolved the only other party to hold seats in the assembly. The