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Tourist town of Siem Reap becomes first province in country to stop sales in ‘huge milestone for animal welfare’.
As tourism slowly resumes around the world, many nations are still reluctant to open their borders fully – with Cambodia imposing perhaps the toughest entry requirements of any country.
Networks are resurfacing in countries with less law enforcement to tackle wildlife crime, investigators found.
Debut author Maeve Galvin worked as a humanitarian for the UN and tells Tanya Sweeney how her new novel explores the 'saviour complex', and the lure of hedonism that can seduce many foreign aid workers.
Sales of dog and cat meat have risen in Vietnam and Cambodia since the outbreak of the coronavirus because people believe it has “warming” properties that head off flu viruses, an investigation has found.
A new species of bent-toed gecko has been discovered by biologists on an isolated mountain in northern Cambodia.
'Don’t run away from the Chinese people during this difficult moment'
The Late Amelia Bambridge had relations in Killarney and Beaufort and had visited Kerry.
A rash of new luxury hotels have been built on the pristine shores of southern Cambodia and its islands. But at what cost, asks Rosemary Behan?
Cambodia explosion: British teacher among several injured as illegal petrol station bursts into flames
Dash cam footage captures moment structure bursts into flames, sending people running for cover.
Girl was alone with mother and newborn baby at family’s crocodile farm.
Olivia Alabaster travels to Ukraine to examine why people feel compelled to visit the sites of some of humanity’s greatest atrocities – and whether it can be done ethically.
PM Hun Sen and PM Lee have since decided to bury the hatchet in favour of putting an end to what Cambodian foreign minister Prak Sokhonn has called “a nightmare in a bilateral relationship”
Neth Savoeun, president of Cambodia's volleyball federation and the national police commissioner, allegedly presided over extrajudicial killings during the centralisation of power under prime minister Hun Sen.
His paper became the standard-bearer for the country’s post-war aspirations.
A keen writer, his postings took him from Paris to Phnom Phen where he picked up experiences for a string of spy novels.
Surprising discovery part of a wider project to track elephant poaching.
Almost 600,000 - or 8.4 per cent - of the votes cast were invalid or spoiled, according to figures from the National Election Committee
Director Chris Kelly took nine years to complete this remarkable film about land-rights protests and political skullduggery in Cambodia. The subject matter may seem of marginal interest for a western audience but the documentary works not just as investigative journalism but also as a universal story about a community trying to save itself from destruction.
Farms, temple, ancestral graves and fishing grounds all destroyed as families forced to flee homes.