A diminutive Stade Khmer rugby team player tries to bring down a Sisowath Knights player during their Cambodian Premier League encounter at the Old Stadium on Saturday. Sisowath were forced to forfeit the match due to a lack of players, with a friendly being played instead which Stade Khmer also won. In the day’s other league game, visitors Saigon Geckos made it three wins out of three with a 12-5 victory over Garudas .
Knights of Inertia
- The hairy little heroes saving many lives in rural Cambodia
IN RURAL Siem Reap province, rats dare to tread where no person will, as these hairy little heroes place their lives on the line each day for the good of the local community. The rodents are the most important members of a special team, leading
- Hun Sen’s China visit ‘a good opportunity’
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s visit to Beijing on Sunday to discuss economic and trade issues presents a good opportunity for the Kingdom to strengthen Chinese ties and counter punitive measures by the West, an analyst says. The prime minister’s four-day official visit to
- Former chief bodyguard receives royal pardon
The former chief bodyguard of late Senate president Chea Sim has received a royal pardon nearly eight years after he was sentenced to 15 years behind bars on several charges, according to a royal decree dated November 12, last year, and obtained by The Post on Wednesday.
- PM warns EU and opposition on 34th anniversary of his rule
HUN Sen reached the milestone of 34 years as Cambodian prime minister on Monday and used the groundbreaking ceremony for a new ring road around Phnom Penh to tell the international community that putting sanctions on the Kingdom meant killing the opposition. “Please don’t forget