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  • Inferno reduced to embers, demolition imminent

    Fire and police officials worked throughout the night to tackle the blaze which reduced Heng Heng Mattress Factory to a smouldering rubble. Forty-six firetrucks and about 450 firefighters and police officials were on sight on Saturday to tackle the blaze, break down structures and direct traffic.

  • Missing three-year-old in P'Sihanouk province

    NGO Child Protection Unit (CPU) is seeking public assistance to locate a three-year-old girl who disappeared from her mother’s bedside in Preah Sihanouk province on August 3. Kim Lang went to sleep in a cradle next to her mother. When her parents woke up at 5:30am, the girl was nowhere to be seen.

New Chinese-backed PP mall to open in December

A three-storey Chinese-backed mall in the capital will officially open in December this year, according to a company announcement on Thursday. The One Mall project is led by...

Salah shines as Liverpool sink Arsenal, Palace stun United

Liverpool extended their perfect start to the Premier League season as Mohamed Salah inspired an impressive 3-1 win over Arsenal, while Manchester United suffered fresh penalty...

Asean should guarantee safe return of Rohingyas to Myanmar

Asean has a lot of work to do for the sake of its own relevancy as Myanmar and Bangladesh make another attempt to repatriate thousands of Muslim Rohingyas to strife-torn Rakhine state.

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”.