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Malaysia and France have organised chartered flights to fly out hundreds of their citizens stranded in Cambodia after the nation sealed borders and cancelled flights in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Holland America Line said it is working with governments and health experts to track passengers who disembarked from its Westerdam cruise ship docked in Cambodia after an American woman tested positive for coronavirus in Malaysia.
The Cambodian government has urged Putrajaya to expedite the signing of an anti-human trafficking memorandum of understanding (MoU) to ensure the protection of its citizens in Malaysia especially those working as domestic helpers.
Cambodia’s opposition veteran Sam Rainsy, who entered Malaysia on Saturday, said he will definitely return to Cambodia.
Cambodian opposition veteran Sam Rainsy flew into Malaysia today after promising to return home from self-imposed exile to rally opponents of authoritarian ruler Hun Sen.
Foreign Affairs Minister Saifuddin Abdullah has confirmed the detention of a Cambodian opposition official, adding that Malaysia received a request from the Cambodian government to send back a few individuals who would be entering the country.
Ghost House of Kampong Chhnang, Cambodia
Cambodia broke ground Friday on a US$2 billion Chinese-funded expressway – the country’s first – as strongman premier Hun Sen denied his country was in danger of becoming a colony of Beijing.
A man arrested in connection with the cheating case involving 47 Malaysians who were detained in Cambodia has been remanded for four days from today.
It was a tearful reunion for 40 Malaysians who were reunited with their families at the airport here, following their release from a Cambodian prison.
All the 47 Malaysians freed in Cambodia yesterday, missed their flights home this morning, said Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah.
The prosperous town of Siem Reap, which is on the doorstep of Cambodia’s most famous attraction Angkor Wat, is only two hours away by direct flight from Kuala Lumpur.
The state government will help secure the release of Sabahans who are reported to be among 47 Malaysians detained in Cambodia.