Despite losing their battle in the Appeal Court on Friday to have their bail conditions removed, two former Radio Free Asia (RFA) reporters were told that they no longer had to appear at their local police station every month.
The Appeal Court on Friday heard the case of three people who were jailed for violently attacking Professor Suy Sareth in Phnom Penh following an alleged hit-and-run traffic accident in March last year.
Prime Minister Hun Sen encouraged leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) to increase trade activities for the sake of regional development and prosperity at a summit in Thailand over the weekend.
Another five people were arrested and five tractors seized in Preah Vihear province’s Prey Preah Roka Wildlife Sanctuary late last week, but all were subsequently released after being educated and ordered to pay fines, an environmen
As of just after 8 am on Sunday, rescue team recovered 17 corpses and at least 24 injured who were buried underneath the rubble of a building under construction which collapsed in Preah Sihanouk province.
Government spokesman Phay Siphan called on Cambodian journalists on Thursday not to fall under foreign influence designed to turn people against the government.
The government’s Auction Committee has announced a public auction of more than 1,500 cubic metres of illegally logged timber at a starting price of some 1.4 billion riel (approximately $353,000).
The Ministry of Interior announced that 20 officers from the Phnom Penh municipal police headquarters had been stripped of their ranks and would soon be removed from the National Police framework on grounds that they had abandoned t
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court heard the case of former Takeo provincial governor Lay Vannak and his brother, former provincial deputy police chief Lay Narith, for the sixth time on Thursday, with the pair accused of being involved
Human Rights Watch (HRW) issued a statement on Wednesday urging Cambodian authorities to drop espionage charges which it deemed politically motivated against two former Radio Free Asia (RFA) journalists and free them of court superv