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Asian Television Awards to hold its 25th edition in Cambodia

The Asian Television Awards (ATA) event, known for valuing remarkable talents in media and entertainment in the region, will hold its 25th edition in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from January 15 to 17, next year.

Health Ministry explains American Covid-19 patient recovering after treatment, after US, Cambodia insist she...

The Ministry of Health (MOH) has announced today that the 22nd Covid-19 patient in Malaysia, an American lady from the Westerdam cruise ship, is recovering after 72 hours of treatment.

Cambodian opposition figure Sam Rainsy thanks Malaysian MPs for supporting democracy

Exiled Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy today thanked Malaysian Parliamentarians for supporting democracy in his native land.

Cambodian opposition leaders in Malaysia: What is it about?

High-profile Cambodian opposition leaders Sam Rainsy and Mu Sochua are currently in Malaysia, but why are they here and what is the significance of their presence?

Foreign minister confirms custody of Cambodian Opposition leader, yet to decide deportation

Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) vice-president Mu Sochua is being detained in Malaysia, Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah confirmed today.

Drama in Phnom Penh as Malaysia edge Cambodia 5-4 in AFC U-19 qualifiers

Malaysia survived two red cards and a strong comeback by minnows Cambodia after edging them 5-4 in their Group G opening match of the 2020 Asian Football Championship (AFC) Under 19 qualifiers at the National Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, tonight.

Four Malaysians arrested in Cambodia for holding Thai woman for ransom

Cambodian police rescued a Thai woman who was allegedly held for ransom by four Malaysians ini Sihanoukville, Phnom Penh.

AFF U-18: Malaysia thrash Cambodia for second win

Malaysia beat Cambodia 3-0 today for their second straight win in Group B of the 2019 Asean Football Federation (AFF) Under-18 championship in Vietnam.

UN report: Deadly mob justice thrives in Cambodia

Deadly mob justice is a “chronic social disease” in Cambodia, a justice official said today at the launch of a UN report which highlights the fatal consequences stemming from Cambodians’ distrust of the justice system.

Cambodia sentences Australian to 30 years for drug trafficking

An Australian woman was sentenced to 30 years in prison by a Cambodian court today, for attempting to smuggle almost two kilogrammes of heroin out of Phnom Penh.

Cambodia’s environment, Singapore’s problem

So, apparently, my neighbourhood smells of urine.

Cops identify Sarawakian involved in scamming 47 Malaysians to work in Cambodia

Police have identified a Sarawakian man suspected to be involved in a syndicate that conned 47 Malaysians to work in Cambodia only to be arrested and jailed.

Former MP denies involvement in Cambodia jobs syndicate

Former Julau MP Datuk Sng Chee Hua lodged a police report today, denying that he was involved in a syndicate that sent locals to work in Cambodia only to have them arrested and jailed.