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Iran 14-0 Cambodia: Women attend Tehran match for first time in 40 years

Iran thrashed Cambodia 14-0 in their 2022 World Cup qualifier on the day women were officially allowed into the ground to watch the match for the first time in 40 years.

Doch Chkae, the metal band born on a rubbish dump

It was the most powerful symbol of the poverty under which many lived in mid-2000s Cambodia: a vast rubbish dump on the outskirts of the capital.

Iran v Cambodia: Women buy 3,500 tickets for World Cup qualifier

Female fans have bought 3,500 tickets for Iran's World Cup qualifier against Cambodia in Tehran on Thursday.

Kent teacher relives Cambodia petrol station explosion

A teacher says she "hates her face" after suffering horrific burns in a petrol station explosion in Cambodia.

The major fashion brand going carbon neutral

Fashion brand Gucci has announced plans to become a carbon neutral company.

The hidden drawings of Cambodia’s ancient temples

During the genocide of the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, architect and sculptor Dy Proeung buried his life’s work to preserve it, and save his life.

Obituary: Nuon Chea, Cambodia’s unrepentant perpetrator of genocide

While Pol Pot has gone down in history alongside Adolf Hitler, Josef Stalin and Mao Zedong as one of the most murderous leaders of the 20th Century, his right-hand man is less known.

Nuon Chea: Cambodian former Khmer Rouge deputy leader dies

Nuon Chea, a key leader in Cambodia's Khmer Rouge who was convicted of genocide last year, has died at the age of 93.

Khmer Rouge: I survived the ‘Killing Fields’

40 years ago the Khmer Rouge were toppled from power in Cambodia, having taken over in 1975.

Surviving Cambodia’s ‘Killing Fields’

The Khmer Rouge were extremist communists who came to power in 1975

Cambodia re-enacts Khmer Rouge killings – in pictures

Cambodian actors have re-enacted atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge on the country's National Day of Remembrance - known informally as the "Day of Anger".

East Anglian Air Ambulance on Cambodian bar advert

An air ambulance charity has distanced itself from a Cambodian bar that used its helicopter in an advert for "all beautiful girls".

Race Across the World: How the BBC series was made

That was the logistical nightmare for the team behind Race Across the World, which comes to its dramatic conclusion on Sunday.

Acid attacks: Cambodia victims ‘denied government aid’

Survivors of acid attacks in Cambodia are being denied free government treatment that they are legally entitled to, Human Rights Watch says.

‘If the factory closes what could I afford to eat?’

Sao Run is worried that if the clothing factory where she works closes down she won't be able to feed herself and her son.

Cambodia releases surrogate mothers who agree to keep children

Thirty-two surrogate mothers charged with human trafficking in Cambodia for carrying babies for Chinese clients have been released after agreeing to keep the children, officials say.

‘They negotiate the price of them in the womb’

Chou Bun End, Cambodian Deputy Interior Minister on surrogacy.

Khmer Rouge: Cambodia’s years of brutality

In the four years that the Khmer Rouge ruled Cambodia, it was responsible for one of the worst mass killings of the 20th Century.

Cambodia’s Forgotten Food

Genevieve Taylor tells the story of how Cambodia's finest dishes were almost lost when millions died in genocide in the mid-1970s, but now those forgotten foods are coming back.

James Ricketson case: ‘Dad saved my life so I helped save him from jail’

Australian filmmaker James Ricketson was imprisoned in Cambodia in 2016, accused of spying after flying a drone over an opposition rally. His adopted daughter campaigned tirelessly for his release from a cramped, unsanitary prison - until his pardon last month.