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In a teeming cell of Phnom Penh's women's prison, baby Tevy was injured — a fracture to her thighbone, allegedly inflicted by a female prisoner.
Australian Christian missionary Martin Chan has been found not guilty of fraud in Cambodia, bringing an end to a four-year ordeal to clear his name.
Australians stranded in Cambodia are running out of time to leave the country before a state of emergency is imposed in the South-East Asian nation, which could further hamper their efforts to get home.
A group of 85 Australian expats in Cambodia fear time is fast running out to leave before a state of emergency is declared in the country, saying their pleas for help from the Australian Government have gone unheeded.
Midwives play a vital role in bringing life into the world, but Kate Taylor is also doing her bit to stop deaths which should be preventable.
ANZ has agreed to compensate hundreds of Cambodian families who were forcibly evicted from their land to make way for a controversial sugar plantation and refinery.
A high-level delegation of Chinese military mapping experts visited a Cambodian naval base in December, three weeks before a huge Chinese surveillance drone crashed in the adjoining province, according to a leaked document obtained by the ABC.
An Australian Christian missionary is being held in a Cambodian prison over a legal dispute involving a charity-run school project he volunteered for, and a local construction company.
China's capital Beijing has reported its first death caused by the new coronavirus, as more cases of infection are reported around the world despite unprecedented efforts to stop its spread.
It is one of the Khmer Rouge's most striking and haunting photographs.
A South Australian man who has admitted to sexually abusing children in Cambodia over three years has lost his bid to keep his identity a secret.
Malaysia has released three Cambodian political exiles it detained this week at the request of Phnom Penh, while the country's opposition leader has been prevented from boarding a flight to Bangkok from Paris — thwarting their attempt to go back home.
A 21-year-old British tourist whose body was found floating in the sea off the Cambodian coast accidentally drowned, an official says, ruling out foul play.
Researchers have uncovered an ancient city in Cambodia that was one of the first capitals in the Khmer Empire.
They waved flags. They painted their faces with stripes of green, white and red. They celebrated with blowhorns.
How did an ordinary mother of two from rural Queensland become the target of an international drug smuggling syndicate? Yoshe Taylor spent almost six years in a Cambodian prison for a crime she didn't commit after she was scammed online.
When Yoshe Taylor left Brisbane for Phnom Penh in late 2013, she had no idea that the Australian Federal Police were tracking her.
Young Australian backpackers venturing overseas are being warned to rethink volunteering in developing countries as a booming trend of "voluntourism" exposes a darker side of the industry.
The sleeve of Srey Pheak's pink-striped T-shirt hangs loose from where her right arm used to be.
More than 20 years ago, James Ricketson read an article about the plight of Cambodian street kids, and his love affair with the country began.
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