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Cambodia steps up travel curbs on foreigners

Most visas suspended, Thailand-style paperwork demanded prior to travel.

Buses to Laos, Cambodia suspended

The Transport Co yesterday suspended all 15 inter-country bus services to Laos and Cambodia, while imposing stricter measures including thermal scans on passengers taking existing routes to control the transmission of Covid-19.

Border checkpoints with Cambodia in Sa Kaeo to close

All 19 checkpoints - two permanent and 17 temporary ones - in this eastern province along the border with Cambodia will be temporarily closed from Monday in a bid to stem the Covid-19 spread.

Mask smugglers caught near Cambodian border

Two Thais were arrested and more than 60,000 face masks smuggled from Cambodia were seized on Friday in Khok Sung district.

Immigration denies rumours of border closures with Cambodia

Immigration authorities have moved to quell rumours of impending border checkpoint closures which had prompted Cambodians to cross into Thailand to buy bottled water.

Hun Sen creates new refugee group

For 35 years, Hun Sen has ruled Cambodia with a swath of scandals, his heavy-handed approach for political opponents, brutality and oppression.

Cambodia, China closer to FTA signing deal

Cambodia and China say they are now planning to sign a free-trade deal later this year.

EU sends Hun Sen a sharp message

The European Commission's announcement last week of the partial suspension of Cambodia's duty- and quota-free access to European Union (EU) markets deals a blow to both the Hun Sen government and his country's economy given the EU is Cambodia's largest trading partner.

Thai-Cambodian trade will miss $15bn target this year

The US$15 billion bilateral trade target between Cambodia and Thailand set for this year will not be reached, but senior officials say they are happy so far.

Cambodian arrivals to be screened

Thai health authorities step up vigilance after Phnom Penh allows cruise ship to dock.

Safeguarding a saga

Meet some of those working to ensure that Asia's splendid cultural history is not lost.

Outbreak unveils worst side of some Cambodians

It was 1.25am on Saturday, April 16, 2016 when a series of earthquakes hit the city of Kumamoto in the southern part of Japan's Kyushu region.

More than 3,000 Chinese from virus-hit Wuhan visit Cambodia

More than 3,000 Chinese nationals flew into Cambodia from Wuhan after the coronavirus outbreak, before Chinese authorities locked down the city on Thursday to contain its spread, officials said.

Hun Sen’s actions forcing EU’s hand

As the European Commission is in the final month of a 12-month review of its trade preferences for Cambodia under its Everything But Arms (EBA) programme, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has thrown down the gauntlet to the EU by putting Kem Sokha, the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party's (CNRP) current president, on trial for treason.

Cambodia confirms first case of coronavirus

Cambodia has confirmed the first case of coronavirus in the country, Health Minister Mam Bunheng said on Monday.

Passenger traffic rate forecast to slow down in Cambodia

Passenger throughput at the three international Cambodian airports in 2020 is forecast to continue to grow but at a slower pace, according to Cambodia Airports, based on figures from the last quarter of 2019.

Khmer river eyed to ease drought

Drought coupled with a growing thirst in the Eastern Economic Corridor [EEC] has prompted plans to divert water from the Satung Nam River in Cambodia.

Laos links 195MW power to Cambodia

Nearly 200 megawatts of electricity from Don Sahong Dam in Laos has been linked to Cambodia’s national grid after the dam finished tests on four electricity generators.

Cambodian monks nabbed

Immigration Police rounded up six Cambodian monks on Monday following public complaints they illegally entered the country to collect alms and money before sending it back to Cambodia.

Govt loans B8.5bn for regional roads

Thailand plans to grant 8.5-billion-baht in loans next year to Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia to build four new transnational roads under the Asean Connectivity initiative.