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  • School says ministry grabbed land

    A prominent member of the Supreme Consultation Forum is set to submit a request to Prime Minister Hun Sen calling for an investigation into a land dispute between a charitable school and the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation in Preah Sihanouk province.

  • Japanese printing house allowed to translate text on Angkor road network

    The Apsara Authority has allowed Japanese printing house Taishukan to translate a research text on the extensive Angkorean road network to be used in future academic books after a request was received late last month.

Ho Chi Minh attracts nearly $4B investment in 2019

Ho Chi Minh City attracted about US$3.63 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) capital in the first seven months of this year, marking a year-on-year increase of 15.2 per...

Salah U-turn on harassment scandal divides Egyptians

Egypt and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has reignited heated views about a sexual harassment scandal involving his national teammate Amr Warda in a CNN interview which aired on...

Plastic land: Time to leave behind expansive, extractive industry

Today, people wear masks in cities and orangutans and elephants must flee from their habitats or die in forest fires.

A recently published study reveals that Indonesia is facing an imminent water crisis.

Former ‘killing caves’ become a sobering tourist destination

Phnom Sampov consists of many mountain caves attracting tourists from around the world. But their natural beauty today contrasts with their grim history as Khmer Rouge-era “killing caves”.