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Repatriation flight for 44 Cambodian students via Malaysia cancelled

The students were due to take a reconnecting flight on Malaysia Airlines along with other passengers from Kuala Lumpur to Phnom Penh.

Covid-19: Two Malaysians treated and cured in Cambodia

The two men, aged 34 and 58 had tested positive in a cluster infection case involving four other Malaysians who all tested positive on March 19.

13 Malaysians from Tabligh group heighten Covid-19 fear in Cambodia

Thirteen Malaysians from the Markas Dakwah Tabligh Malaysia Sri Petaling are in Kampot, a southern Cambodian city about 155km from Phnom Penh.

Two Cambodians who attended tabligh gathering test positive for Covid-19

Two Cambodians, who attending a tabligh gathering at the Sri Petaling mosque in Kuala Lumpur earlier this month, have tested positive for Covid-19 infections.

Cambodia has done the right thing

Since Covid-19 was first reported as a world health issue, cruise ships have been the worst to suffer after airlines.

Casinos close, gamblers flee Cambodia ahead of inspections

Scores of casinos have abruptly closed ahead of inspections on online and arcade gambling operations across Cambodia as a ban comes into effect.

Cambodia send sorry Malaysians packing with upset 3-1 win

The men’s SEA Games football squad are coming home on the back of a dismal campaign, and to add salt to the wound, it came after suffering the ignominy of a 1-3 defeat to Cambodia, their first ever loss to the nation in the history of the biennial sporting event.

Woman, 21, gets married to 14-year old boy in Cambodia

A Cambodian woman is at the centre of attention of netizens after photos of her marriage to a 14-year-old boy went viral.

Some Malaysian lawmakers support democracy in Cambodia: Cambodian opposition leader

There are lawmakers here who support democracy in Cambodia, according to that country’s opposition veteran Sam Rainsy.

Cambodia aims to ban imports of non-recyclable waste

Cambodia could soon become the next Asian country to reject the importation of rubbish from overseas, despite suggestions from the private sector that Cambodia could burn waste to produce electricity.

Malaysia asks Cambodia to speed up probe on 47 detainees

Malaysia hopes that the Cambodian authorities will expedite their investigation process on the 47 Malaysians being held at the Banteay Meanchey Provincial Prison so that those not guilty can be freed soon, said Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.