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  • UNICEF: Risk for global child malnutrition crisis now severe

    The number of children with severe wasting was on the rise even before the Ukraine conflict plunged the world further into a global food crisis, UNICEF has warned, noting that in Cambodia, 10 per cent of children are actively affected by severe malnutrition.

  • New drive initiated for integrity in justice field

    The Ministry of Justice has declared 2022 the year for “strengthening work discipline and ethics for officials in the judicial sector” in an attempt to overhaul its working processes, amid increasing concerns that the Cambodian judiciary is being bought over by business interests.

EBA loss won’t hurt Kingdom’s exports: PM

Prime Minister Hun Sen has said that the EU’s partial withdrawal of its “Everything But Arms” (EBA) scheme will not affect Cambodia's exports to the bloc, which have continued to...

Chinese tourists 2.0 – Coming anytime soon?

Regional tourism is grappling with the absence of the prolific travellers and big spenders – the Chinese tourists. Cambodia, which has welcomed over two million Chinese tourists...

Sweet revenge in volleyball; swimmers end long drought

National Police chief General Neth Savoeun, who also serves as president of the Volleyball Federation of Cambodia, hailed the efforts and achievements of the men’s indoor...

Reclaiming our future

The Asia-Pacific region is at a crossroads today – to further breakdown or breakthrough to a greener, better, safer future.

Khmer woman searches for ‘Death Falls’

Having spent five years as an environmental activist, Pheng Sreysor has proven her dedication to protecting Cambodia’s natural resources through volunteering and taking part in wildlife conservation missions since she was just a teenager.