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As of Sept 23, Cambodia reported a total 6,503 infections from the Delta Variant of SARS CoV-2, compared to 5,751 infections as of Sept 19.
Chinese tourists may be the first foreign visitors to return Cambodia as the government prepares to reopen the tourism sector.
Cambodia authorities said about 10,000 cattle across 20 provinces, especially those along the Thai border, have been infected with Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD).
Cambodia has given almost half a million third booster shots of the AstraZeneca vaccine over the past 13 days.
The Cambodian government will buy the longan fruit from its farmers after they were badly affected by the exports restrictions by China.
The Cambodian military has started moving out some 10,000 migrant workers who are in quarantine at its seven Thai border provinces to cater for more returning workers.
Cambodia's venture into gold mining has started to produce results as the mining company announced it has produced 137 kg gold dore bars.
Cambodia has ordered more than 3,000 coffins from Thailand as the nationwide Covid-19 death toll continues to rise.
Cambodia has closed all schools across the country as the number of Covid-19 cases increase.
Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos have vowed to strengthen cooperation on Covid-19 matters and agreed to mutually provide free vaccinations to diplomats and students residing in the countries.
Cambodia and India are inching closer after the two nations agreed to start direct flights while promoting closer tourism exchanges and cooperation in all areas.
Former Cambodian Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh is expected to once again foray into politics after he returns from medical treatment in France.
The Cambodian government has warned TikTok and other social media users to stop producing "immoral" content.
Land grabs and encroachment on protected forest are becoming more rampant in northern Cambodia, said environmental activists.
Cambodia has warned that anyone found stealing from the government's cash aid programme for the poor will face harsh penalties.
Cambodia said it was not shunning Chinese vaccines or any other Covid-19 vaccines.
In an apparent snub to its close ally China, Cambodia announced that it will not allow itself to become a guinea pig for any vaccines developed.
Cambodia has warned that action may be taken against any media outlets publishing fake news that could cause widespread panic in the country.
Cambodian authorities have urged victims and the public to report any extortion involving pornographic images and videos to them.
Cambodia has rejected a United Nations (UN) report criticising the situation of human rights in the country, saying it does not have sufficient basis.