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Cambodia eases Covid-19 travel restrictions

Thousands remain stranded as coronavirus case numbers creep up.

Cambodia bolsters mine clearance ranks by 2,000

With international support, the country plans to be free of land mines by 2025.

Covid-19 increases malnutrition risk for Cambodian children

Children aged under five in poor countries are most at risk as contagion takes its toll.

Severe drought warning for Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam

Mekong River Commission chief calls for stronger regional collaboration to address problems .

Cambodia suspends flights from Malaysia and Indonesia

PM Hun Sen says people should not underestimate the pandemic after a spike in cases.

Book lauds Hun Sen’s crusade against Covid-19

Cambodian leader is portrayed as a 'dashing hero who went against the current' to fight a deadly virus.

Cambodia’s Covid-19 patients recover

Businesses are keen to end lockdown soon after several blows to the kingdom's economy.

Cambodia accused of rights violations under pandemic cover

Critics say Hun Sen ignored Covid-19 so as not to jeopardize Cambodia's close ties with China.

Christian missionary acquitted of fraud in Cambodia

Australian Martin Chan plans to work more with prisoners after spending three months in jail.

Cambodia accused of crippling rights under Covid-19 cover

Emergency law would allow the state to use the army in enforcing the law.

Coronavirus an excuse for Cambodia’s poverty plight

Trade sanctions and an exodus of Western and Chinese investors take their toll on defiant Hun Sun.

Christian missionary granted bail in Cambodia on third attempt

Australian Martin Chan says he was well treated but feared being jailed indefinitely.

Cambodia Releases Political Prisoners

It’s Friday morning and a group of Cambodians have gathered out the front of Prey Sar prison on the outskirts of Phnom Penh.

River of no return: Mekong faces grim future

Prime ministers, presidents and heads of international banks have caused a potential catastrophe.

Fear remains 3 years after slaying of Cambodian political commentator

Anniversary of Kem Ley's murder sees Cambodia further than ever from democracy, a land where no one dares voice dissent.

Cambodia still bullying opposition into submission

Supporters of dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party claim they are being unfairly targeted by paranoid regime.

Missionaries told to ‘go deeper’ into Cambodian culture

Day of rememberance honors all those who suffered and died at the hands of the Khmer Rouge.

US priest aids Cambodia’s deaf

Father Charles Dittmeier combats isolation and the myth that the deaf are mentally deficient.

Cambodian beach town in China’s grip

Locals are being swept aside as Sihanoukville swells with Chinese and their investments.

Cambodia’s 20 years of peace

As Cambodians ushered in 2019 with fireworks and dance parties, a profound celebration was underway on the northern outskirts of capital Phnom Penh.