Online Clothes Seller Charged for Pornography

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court on Friday charged an online clothes seller for pornography and indecent exposure over photos posted to her Facebook page in which the woman is wearing what authorities have deemed suggestive attire.

National Police Arrest Woman For Dressing “Too Sexily” Online

In the latest instance of moral policing, the Cambodian National Police arrested a woman for dressing too provocatively while selling products on Facebook, days after Hun Sen threatened similar action.

Cambodia and Sweden teams up to reform the Cambodian education system

Sweden, Cambodia and Unicef have been longstanding partners in improving the Cambodian education system. Photo: The Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport.

Hun Sen Is More Worried About Beijing Than the Coronavirus

Cambodia’s autocrat is putting his own people at risk to court his Chinese backers.

Why the EU’s New Cambodia Wrist Slap Won’t Weaken Hun Sen’s Iron Grip

Though the move is not entirely insignificant, it pales in comparison to the other challenges the government faces and is working to address.

Cambodia PM Hun Sen Shrugs Off EU Preferential Trade Status Decision

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday appeared to shrug off the European Union’s decision last week to suspend tariff-free access for around one-fifth of Cambodia’s exports to its market over rollbacks on democracy and human rights, saying his country will “continue to export” despite facing higher tariffs.

Cambodia punished by EU over human rights violations – through limits to its trade...

The jobs of many hard-working women in Cambodia are at risk after the EU announced its intention to partially withdraw free access for Cambodian goods to the EU market due to the country’s “serious and systematic violations of human rights”.

Southeast Asia’s garment supply chain torn up by virus

Inventories under pressure at Uniqlo, Gap and Nike.

Cambodia’s tax, fiscal evasion agreement with Hong Kong comes into force

The proclamation signed by Minister of Economy and Finance Aun Pornmoniroth on Feb 7 and released on Monday, said the double tax agreement (DTA) with Hong Kong became effective on Jan 1.

KrisEnergy fights debt load to keep Cambodian oil project on track

Company focusing 'all resources' on achieving first production in the country.

Ancient Cambodian ceramics part of World Anthropology Day celebration

Under an agreement with the Cambodian government, dozens of ancient ceramic pieces were brought from Cambodia to Hawaiʻi with the understanding that they will be repatriated.

Cambodian sisters, 98 and 101, reunited after 47 years

Two Cambodian sisters - aged 98 and 101 - have been reunited for the first time in 47 years after each thinking the other had died during the Khmer Rouge's 1970s reign of terror.

Cambodian painter Pen Robit offers snapshots of reality through his colourful art

If he didn’t become an artist, he would probably be a drug addict. Cambodian artist Pen Robit says this quietly, seriously.

Officials Block Prey Lang Activists From Forest Ahead of Annual Event

The Environment Ministry and local authorities on Friday prevented hundreds of environmental rights advocates and others from entering the Prey Lang protected area for an annual forest conservation event set for the weekend, a ministry spokesman and rights group said.

Record number of wild baby Siamese crocodiles spotted in Cambodian hotspot

Ten baby Siamese crocodiles have been spotted in the wild in Cambodia, a sure sign that conservation efforts are having a real impact on a species once believed to be extinct in the wild.

A man’s journey to reduce plastic waste by turning it into diesel

A handful of people work to give unwanted plastic a new life in a small workshop made out of corrugated iron sheets.

Marañon fires brace as Ceres blanks Cambodia side to kick off AFC Cup bid

Ceres-NegrosS FC blanked Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng FC, 4-0, on Tuesday night in its opening match of the 2020 AFC Cup at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.

Meet Colum Curtis, the West Belfast coach relishing his first managerial job 7,000 miles...

Meet Colum Curtis, one of Northern Ireland’s freshest-faced and farthest-flung managers.

Missing on Champions League, Ceres starts AFC Cup title bid vs Cambodian side

After an unsuccessful bid to clinch a spot in the AFC Champions League, Ceres-Negros FC begins its quest for the AFC Cup crown when it faces Cambodia side Svay Rieng FC on Tuesday at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.