In her wedding photo, Pen Chan Sreykuoch smiles at the camera, wearing lolly-pink lipstick and her hair swept back, large blue jewels glittering at her neck. Her head is pressed against that of her groom, Hang Chanthou, who stares –
With its promised electoral showdown between the long-ruling Cambodian People’s Party and the insurgent Cambodia National Rescue Party, 2018 would
A trove of documents left behind by law enforcement officials at a recently shuttered cockfighting ring allegedly owned by the nephew-in-law of Hun
For almost two hours last week, a low-slung van rumbled through Preah Vihear, making slow progress over mud, gravel and potholes. Its cargo: the wheelchairs, prosthetics, crutches and other equipment needed to help Cambodia’s thousands of amputees.
Once heralded as a force for democratisation, online media is often now used by authoritarian regimes around the world to serve their interests – a process that experts say appears underway in Cambodia.
When 8-year-old James Costigan was taken, he kicked until his shoes came off. His older half-sister, Mira, was clinging to his waist, so they took her too. Last Wednesday, in the Cambodian coastal town of Sihanoukville, a group of Christian vigilantes, who claim to be former Central Intelligence
On Friday, all the pieces fell into place. The Ministry of Interior, a day prior, had primed the media, instructing them on how to report the day’s events.
When Cambodia National Rescue Party President Kem Sokha stood arm-in-arm with three newly minted deputies earlier this year, the quartet seemed eager and ready
When Rlan Lap was 25 years old, he ran into the jungle. For the next two years, he lived mostly in hiding in the thick green of the trees.