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Researchers delighted by discovery of endangered Siamese crocodiles in Cambodia

Researchers have discovered eight hatchlings of the endangered Siamese crocodile (Crocodylus siamensis) in the wilds of Cambodia.

Cambodian curfew lifted but Covid-19 cases continue to climb

Cambodian authorities further eased restrictions over the weekend but a Covid outbreak at the country’s most overcrowded prison provided cause for concern.

Toxic rice wine kills 12 people in Cambodia

A dozen people have died in Cambodia after drinking tainted rice wine, the country's Ministry of Health had announced.

Two Chinese nationals nabbed with 70 kilogrammes of drugs in Cambodia

Two Chinese men have been charged after a massive drug bust in Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh that netted 70 kilogrammes of narcotics destined for Vietnam.

Cambodia’s outbreak stabilizes as vaccine shots surpass 2 million

Cambodia appears to be turning the tide against an aggressive Covid-19 outbreak, with daily case numbers under 400 for the fifth consecutive day.

Cambodian youths jailed over environmental activism

A Cambodian judge jailed three youth activists on Wednesday, saying their efforts to raise awareness about environmental issues in the country amounted to "incitement."

Amnesty: Cambodia must allow aid deliveries to thousands in lockdown

Cambodia’s government must allow aid to be delivered to thousands of people in lockdown to avert a humanitarian crisis, Amnesty International has announced.

More lockdowns in Cambodia as Covid-19 cases pass 10,000

Cambodia's Covid-19 tally shot past 10,000 cases on Monday as the government tried to curb the virus' spread with more restrictions.

Cambodian cops out with canes, clamping down on lockdown violators

Police in Cambodia’s capital are wielding canes and batons to threaten and beat people who violate the city’s lockdown rules.

UN experts: Cambodian opposition leaders’ jail terms ‘appalling’

Heavy jail terms handed to Cambodian opposition leaders are "clear breaches” of international law, United Nations human rights experts has said recently.

Angkor Wat not enough? Theme park planned near ancient Cambodian site

In case Cambodia's Angkorian temples, on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites, aren't enough of a draw, there are plans in the works for a 75-hectare amusement park within walking distance.

British virus strain identified in Cambodia’s fast-growing outbreak

Cambodia, facing its worst Covid-19 outbreak since the pandemic began, has identified the more infectious strain of the coronavirus first discovered in Britain among new cases linked to the cluster.

Area lockdowns as Covid outbreak hits Cambodian capital

Cambodia has locked down parts of its capital Phnom Penh amid a Covid-19 outbreak.

Cambodia on alert as Covid-19 cases from Thailand creep up

Cambodian authorities remain on alert as Covid-19 cases from Thailand continue to climb among returning migrant workers.

Hun Sen: Cambodia not planning to host Chinese military base, show us proof we’re...

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday dismissed reports that the country is planning to host a Chinese military base.

Cambodia not planning to host Chinese military base

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday dismissed reports that the country is planning to host a Chinese military base.

Cambodian health authorities trace contacts after Covid-19 scare

Cambodian health authorities plan to trace and test more than 80 people for Covid-19 after a Hungarian man with the virus caused a scare by leaving quarantine.

Outlook for Cambodia’s economic recovery has improved, says ADB

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has revised its 2020 growth forecast for Cambodia, predicting the country will fare better than previously expected.

Cambodia’s PM Hun Sen criticises West’s ‘double standards’ after fresh sanctions

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has lashed out at the West for what he calls “double standards”, following a series of reprimands by the international community against the leader's regime.

UN releases correspondence with Cambodia about missing Thai activist

The United Nations on Monday renewed a push for answers in the case of missing Thai political activist Wanchalearm Satsaksit, who was abducted in Cambodia on June 4.