Three People Are Missing following Tropical Storm Noul

Three people were reported missing in Koh Kong and Pailin provinces, hundreds of people were evacuated in Preah Sihanouk Province and tourists got stranded on islands as tropical storm Noul moved over the Gulf of Thailand and Cambodia’s coast during the last few days, the authorities reported on Sept. 20.

Land to lose: coronavirus compounds debt crisis in Cambodia

At least 1.76 million jobs in the nation of about 16 million people are at risk due to COVID-19, while the poverty rate could double, to about one-in-four people, the World Bank said in May. Cambodian human rights groups have this year called for a freeze on loan repayments due to the virus and for lenders to return more than one million land titles held as collateral.

Over 1.11mil tourists travel in Cambodia during Pchum Ben festival after Covid-19 situation eases

More than 1.11 million domestic and foreign tourists traveled in Cambodia during the three-day Pchum Ben festival, or Ancestor's Day, after the Covid-19 situation has been brought under control, according to a Tourism Ministry's report on Saturday.

China, Cambodia and foreign social organisations discuss poverty alleviation

Twelve representatives from social organisations in China, Cambodia, Mongolia, Ethiopia, and relevant international organisations on Thursday discussed poverty alleviation through video links.

Cambodia, China Reject US Sanctions Against Chinese SOE

OFAC alleges that Chinese state-owned company Union Development Group seized land from locals for development through a corrupt Cambodian general.

UN’s Unfinished Work in Cambodia Leaves Regional Security in Danger

The 75th anniversary of the United Nations on Sep. 21 invites a renewed commitment to one of the organisation’s great unfinished projects, the post-war reconstruction of Cambodia.

Hun Sen Says He Looks Forward to Working Closely with Japan’s New Prime Minister

He stated this in a letter to Yoshihide Suga shortly after he was elected.

Can Cambodia fill the gap left by EU sanctions with China FTA?

Rivalry between Beijing and the West comes to a head in Mekong Valley

Trading interest in Parkson sustained after settling arbitration dispute in Cambodia

Shares in Parkson Holdings Bhd have continued to draw buying interest after a tribunal hearing granted compensation to its Singaporean unit following arbitration proceedings with a Cambodian firm.

Can Indigenous Villages and Islands Become Cambodia’s Next Big Tourism Spots?

With an abundance of historical cultures and tropical terrains, not so many Cambodian people actually have the chance to visit all the tourism destinations that their own nation has to offer.

In Cambodia, pepper is on a pedestal

In northern Cambodia, even the names exude an ancient romanticism. Angkor Wat. Phnom Bakheng. Phimeanakas. Meandering miles of movie-perfect temples. Join the masses at dawn and stumble through, awed by the stone intricacies of lost centuries.

[Photos] The cyclos, street food and shophouses of 1950s Phnom Penh

This collection of archive images depicts Phnom Penh in April 1953, offering an insight into Cambodia on the brink of independence, a country yet to be touched by the heady development of the 60s or the tragedy of the 70s.

Cambodia Town Film Festival is moving online and it’s all free

The annual Cambodia Town Film Festival returns this week, but like just about all events, it’s all going to be online because of the coronavirus pandemic.

In the Shadow of Riches, Fishers Face Eviction, Desperately Low Waters

Yan Khouvry was out fishing till 7 a.m. on Tuesday morning. He had set out late morning on Monday and plied the waters near Koh Dach all day and night.

Cambodia welcomes a bumper crop of critically endangered crocs

Cheering news out of Cambodia has revealed a relative bumper crop of one of the most endangered crocodilians in the world.

Conservationist group spots 15 babies of nearly-extinct Siamese crocodiles in SW Cambodia lake

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) on Friday released pictures and a video clip showing critically endangered baby Siamese crocodiles swimming in a natural lake in Sre Ambel district of Southwest Cambodia's Koh Kong Province.

Cambodia might be a poor nation but esports could make it wealthy. Here’s how.

Cambodia has certainly come a long way since its deadly civil war which happened between 11 March 1967 to 17 April 1975.

Cambodia NOC President says country should prioritise hospitality over medals at 2023 Southeast Asian...

"The medal race is an important issue but what is more important is that we must work together by promoting good hospitality, a good environment and clean hygiene and educating the people on issues such as the danger of traffic accidents and drug problems," said Khon.

MotoAmerica: Series Now Airing Live In Asia

HONOS Superbike To Extend Footprint In 16 Asian Countries.