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  • Cambodia's press freedom ranking plunges

    Cambodia has dropped 10 places in the World Press Freedom Index and risks mimicking China’s dangerous silencing of criticism, according to new data from Reporters Without Borders. The rankings, released Wednesday, show Cambodia is now ranked 142 out of 180 countries, down from a ranking of 132 last year.

  • The warrantless arrest of opposition leader Kem Sokha featured prominently in the US State Department’s review of human rights violations in Cambodia in 2017. AFP US government calls out Cambodian rights abuses

    The US State Department has published its annual report on human rights across the globe, describing a year of shrinking freedoms and rights violations in Cambodia, as well as seemingly chronic problems of prison overcrowding and anti-Vietnamese sentiment.

Denmark-based Sam Serey reiterated that he never planned to commit any violent acts, despite what the government has claimed in an 18-minute propaganda video.

Garment workers sew sweatshirts and check for defects at a factory in Phnom Penh in 2013.

EU, US unlikely to revoke trade status, research group says

A global research company says the US and EU are unlikely to revoke the preferential trade agreements that underpin Cambodia’s garment sector, a prediction supported by nearly...

Places & spaces: An exclusive oasis in Siem Reap

Hidden within its own private tropical garden, Villa Ni Say is a small but stunning estate in Siem Reap that offers guests luxury accommodation and an air of exclusivity.

Boeung Ket's Brazilian forward Maycon Calijuri scored two in the Blue Dragon's AFC Cup victory over Shan United in Yangon on Wednesday evening. AFP

Boeung Ket cruise to 4-1 win over Shan United

Boeung Ket’s attacking trio of Maycon Calijuri, Julius Oiboh and Samuel Ajayi struck up the perfect partnership to steer the Cambodian champions to a 4-1 win over hosts Shan...

Cambodian children and their parents sitting at Kantha Bopha children’s hospital in Phnom Penh in July 2012. Khem Sovannara/AFP

Ensuring health care for all people in Cambodia

by Dr Yunguo Liu

If you or a member of your family had a heart attack, was badly injured in a traffic collision, or was diagnosed with diabetes, would you be able to get the health care you need?