A senior official at the Ministry of Interior on Monday said that opposition leader Sam Rainsy would not be eligible for a reinstatement of his political rights if a proposed change to the law is passed.
On Monday, police reported the discovery of nearly 30 cubic metres of timber in O’Pot Sanctuary, a forest located in Mondulkiri province’s Pech Chreada district.
Committee members of the Kiri Sdachkong pagoda have agreed to the government’s request to move the stone tablets bearing inscriptions dated to the year 633 – kept on the pagoda’s grounds – to the National Museum in Phnom Penh, on a
Five men appeared at Preah Sihanouk provincial court on Monday charged with posing as monks in a scam designed to collect money for alcohol and drugs.
Unions have asked the government to set the minimum wage for the construction and service sectors and to solve the five other major problems facing them, a statement released on International Human Rights Day on Monday said.
The Kratie provincial court on Saturday put a woman in pre-trial detention on a human trafficking charge after she was arrested for illegally sending migrant workers to Malaysia.
On Human Rights Day on Monday, Prime Minister Hun Sen expressed pride that since the end of the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime in 1979, Cambodian people have had complete rights and freedoms, including being able to vote freely for th
The governor of Preah Sihanouk province on Monday refuted claims by Khmer Rise Party (KRP) president Sok Sovann Vathana Sabung that he had colluded with two prominent tycoons in grabbing land for personal gain in Prey Nop district.
Local and International experts will train environmental rangers next year to improve their insight and raise awareness of the need to protect and preserve natural resources.
Senior officials at the Ministry of National Defence have confirmed that the government’s decision to recruit 209 new personnel for the bodyguard unit (BGU) is aimed to replace those who have retired and fill shortages.