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Migrant labourers tell of being forced to isolate in brutal conditions as Covid wave grips region.
Magawa, an African giant pouched rat is retiring from his job sniffing out landmines and unexploded ordnance in Cambodia after five years.
Rights groups say government and UN inaction has left people lacking food and medicine for weeks.
Two south-east Asian neighbours face a challenge after keeping infection numbers low last year.
New law means people could face 20 years in prison for lockdown breaches, as campaigners warn of ‘human rights disaster’.
Australian law allows victims who were assaulted overseas to claim compensation, but provision has never been used.
While we celebrate the repatriation of $50m of ancient Khmer objects, the damage to Cambodian society is permanent.
UK company says it will keep trying to use leverage to get compensation from local supplier.
Despite proximity to China, fatalities in Thailand stand at 60, while Cambodia has officially recorded zero.
Schools, bars and cinemas in Phnom Penh locked down as cases reported after trade trip.
Figure who ran Cambodia’s most notorious prison during genocidal regime of Pol Pot died on Wednesday.
Experts fear sweeping public order proposals, including ban on loud talking, could be used to stifle protests.
Told in the third person, flipping between the voice of Pung and her father, the memoir offers an unflinching, humorous blueprint for surviving trying times.
New sprawling development near Phnom Penh could prompt environmental catastrophe, including for the capital’s water systems.
Government has said all foreign arrivals have to pay $3,000 to cover potential coronavirus costs.
Global fashion brands urged to speak out after arrest of factory employee fuels fears that rights are eroded during pandemic.
Prue Leith is telling me what a bad mother she was to her daughter, Li-Da Kruger, growing up. I don’t believe her for a second, though she lists off reams of apparent offences.
Law that extends Hun Sen’s authority will further weaken democratic rights, say critics.
The fashion industry is facing calls to step in and protect the wages of the 40 million garment workers in their supply chains around the world who face destitution as factories close and orders dry up in the wake of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Campaigners welcome decision which allays fears for fragile biodiversity and communities dependent on river for livelihood.