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About 10,000 of Cambodia's prisoners will be freed as part of the country's anti-prison overcrowding campaign.
Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) aims to produce over 110,000 handwoven face masks to help limit the spread of Covid-19 in the region under its Women Eco Weavers programme in collaboration with Colorsilk.
Although economic activities have taken a hit around the world during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Cambodia has continued to pedal forward with record numbers of bicycles being exported.
Interior Ministry's General Department of Prisons is conducting investigations into the death of a five-month-old baby, who had been living with her mother at the Correctional Centre II (Prey Sar Prison).
A traffic police chief was suspended after he was caught for drunk driving, damaging public property and insulting a provincial governor.
There may not be a large-scale Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration this year, but that does not stop Malaysian ambassador to Cambodia, Eldeen Husaini Mohd Hashim, from making the best out of the situation.
Cambodia has decided to extend its schools' closure until the next academic year that starts in November.
Cambodia has lifted its ban on rice exports as concerns mount of an oversupply in the domestic market.
Cambodia's new US$880 million airport near the historical site Angkor Wat is expected to be completed in three years.
Twenty-six people were killed and injured by landmines and unexploded ordnance in the first four months of the year in Cambodia.
The 7-Eleven convenience store chain is set to enter the Cambodian market next year.
Wildlife traders have stockpiled large quantities of ivory in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia due to difficulties in transporting them to China.
Visa extensions will not be issued for foreigners who fail to register in the Foreigners Present in Cambodia System (FPCS) by July.
Two million students in rural Cambodia are unable to access the government's online education programmes launched after schools were closed due to Covid-19.
Hundreds of garment factories in Cambodia and elsewhere in Asia are facing serious financial problems due to the economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Cambodia is negotiating with Malaysia to allow its fishermen and some 200 workers, including prisoners, to return home.
Starting next month, Cambodia will increase its traffic fines by three to five times from current rates.
No new Covid-19 cases were reported in the kingdom for eight consecutive days, with two recoveries reported in Sihanoukville province.
Cross-border trade between Cambodia and Thailand continues to rise despite a nationwide lockdown in Thailand since last week.
The Cambodian government has suspended all fish exports as it tries to stabilise domestic supply in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.