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As PH, Cambodia struggle for press freedom, China amps up influence

China continues to exert influence on media and journalists in Southeast Asia, in a bid to reform its international image and catch up with its rival United States' soft power in the region.

Cambodia’s RM awardee: Beyond toxic fertilizers

The son of a poor Cambodian teacher, Dr Yang has helped farmers produce more rice with less input.

Cambodia offers to resume search for U.S. Vietnam War missing

Cambodian strongman Hun Sen says his intention is to restart the 'important' mission of retrieving the remains of American soldiers killed during the Vietnam War.

Filipina journalist files sexual harassment complaint vs Cambodia news publisher

The Khmer Times publisher, Mohan Tirvgmanasam Banddam or T. Mohan, has denied the accusations.

Cambodia holds its breath as opposition chief vows return on independence day

'This may be the first time and the last time that you see me alive as a free man,' Cambodian opposition figure Sam Rainsy says in a video before a risky attempt to return home

Philippine Airlines launches more flights to Cambodia, Vietnam

Flag-carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) launched new routes in Southeast Asia from Manila, set to be operational starting March 31.

‘To forget is a crime’: Genocide survivor helps heal Cambodia’s wounds

Youk Chhang receives the Ramon Magsaysay Award 2018 for his work gathering and preserving evidence of the Khmer Rouge abuses.

Cayetano defends why PH hailed controversial Cambodia polls

'The Western countries sometimes have their standard of what elections should be,' says Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano.