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Preah Sihanouk governor says autopsy has determined cause of British backpacker’s death.
Briton, 21, disappeared after attending beach party on Koh Rong island last week.
21-year-old was last seen at beach party on island of Koh Rong at 3am on Thursday.
Police chief says land and sea searches will continue until backpacker, 21, is found .
Cambodian officials say six men have been interviewed about Briton’s disappearance.
Parents join search for Amelia Bambridge, who was last seen at a party on Koh Rong island.
Volunteers join hunt for 21-year-old Amelia Bambridge, who vanished after beach party .
Amelia Bambridge, 21, from Sussex, was last seen in early hours of Thursday at beach party on Koh Rong.
Aki Ra was a child soldier for Pol Pot, laying mines around Siem Reap. Now he is using his expertise to clear land in rural Cambodia and make it safe again.
A survivor’s graphic memoir and a feature film reveal horrific exploitation and violence on the high seas – and the shame of the world’s complicity.
Drugs derived from Ivermectin, which makes human blood deadly to mosquitoes, could be available within two years.
Anger growing over poor standards in construction boom that has transformed Sihanoukville into tourist and gambling hub.
Undercover footage shows workers among hundreds of pigs, clubbing animals before slitting their throats.
Filmmaker James Ricketson, who was jailed in Cambodia on spying charges, says Assange is being used as ‘an example’ in attack on media.
A dawn jog around the magnificent temples of Angkor is the perfect way to meet an ancient country with deep roots.
A new eco-tourism camp keeps a remote forest safe from poaching, and offers a laid-back stay with creature comforts.
Tokyo recruiting estimated 345,000 to address labour shortage, but critics warn not enough is being done to prevent abuse.
Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea are the two most senior living leaders of regime that presided over deaths of at least 1.7 million in Cambodia.
Heatwaves and drought have devastated crops in rural Cambodia, forcing many farmers to abandon the fields and take work in the country’s burgeoning brick industry, where they become trapped in debt bondage.
Women lured by the chance to escape poverty explain how they have gone from being treated as victims to criminals.