‘The truth should be known’: Cambodian Covid camps shut as Irish man exposes dire...

A Dublin man who shared his recent experience in a Cambodian Covid camp says he does not regret speaking out and exposing the camp’s dire conditions.

US human rights lawyer banned from entering Cambodia

A United States lawyer representing Theary Seng, a high-profile political activist on trial for treason in Phnom Penh, has been barred from entering Cambodia.

Cambodian monk defrocked, charged after upsetting tycoon

Tycoon Sieng Chanheng sues Poeuy Metta for defamation and incitement.

Gang rape in Cambodia: A means of male bonding

Too many men in Cambodia feel entitled to shame, reject, harass and even rape women, writes Johanna Higgs.

EU draws criticism over ‘inaction’ against opposition crackdown

Since the dissolution of the Cambodia National Rescue Party, PM Hun Sen's government has arrested hundreds of opposition activists. Analysts say Brussels has failed to exert pressure on the authoritarian regime.

China digging Cambodia a deep-water naval base

Satellite imagery shows Chinese dredgers working at Ream Naval Base in an expansion that could open the way for Chinese warships to dock.

Akin Gump expands foreign government lobbying services in deal with Cambodia

The U.S. law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld is expanding its lobbying services for foreign government clients, signing a one-year contract to advocate for Cambodia on U.S. government relations.

Rising exports mask skills gap in Cambodia’s garment industry

Experts say long-term prospects rest on training management talent.

Cambodia approves 9 investment projects with investment of over $43 mn

The Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) recently approved nine investment projects with a total capital of more than $43 million and can create jobs for more than 10,000.

Japanese retailer Aeon plans logistics hub in Cambodia in 2023

import storage, customs clearance and support for cross-border online retail.

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Visit Angkor Wat

It’s Christmas Day, and Paul Wallimann, the owner of a popular restaurant near the iconic temples of Angkor Wat, is nervous about serving a table of 16.

A Visit to Angkor Wat During Wartime

Threatening Storms and Armed Guerrillas on the Way to a Great Ruin.

Netscape Founder Gives Up $35 Million in Art Said to Be Stolen

“Why would you want to own something that was stolen?” said James H. Clark, who investigators said had been persuaded to buy dozens of looted items by a rogue dealer.

Ten rare animal species spotted in three provinces of Cambodia

The Environment Ministry on January 14 showed the images of rare animal species caught by motion-sensor camera traps installed in natural protected areas in Pursat, Battambang and Koh Kong provinces.

‘Not enough water’: Cambodia’s farmers face changing climate

Communities around Southeast Asia’s biggest lake are feeling the effects of droughts and rising demand for land.

A large flock of critically endangered birds arrive in Cambodia in yearly migration

A large flock of critically endangered migratory birds, the yellow-breasted bunting, have arrived at the Boeung Prek Lapouv Protected Landscape in southern Cambodia’s Takeo province during their yearly migration, a conservationist organization said on Wednesday.

Cambodia unveils new national stadium prior to 2029 Asian Youth Games

Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen has unveiled the new national stadium, which is due to be the centrepiece venue for the 2029 Asian Youth Games, organised by the Olympic Council of Asia.

Cambodia awarded 2029 Asian Youth Games at OCA General Assembly

Cambodia has been awarded the 2029 Asian Youth Games, it was announced here today.

Cambodian taekwondo head coach targets “self-reliance” for martial art

Cambodia's taekwondo head coach Choi Yongsok has targeted the country becoming self-reliant in the sport.