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Building a Kingdom

Buried amid the noise of Cambodia’s real estate boom, the Kingdom’s construction workers are still struggling for access to a steady wage and basic social protections.

Go Inside Dallas’ New Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

Museum opens to the public Wednesday, Sept. 18.

India to offer 1,000 PhD fellowships to ASEAN students at IITs

In a major step to boost relations with ASEAN countries and increase people-to-people ties, the Government has decided to offer 1,000 PhD fellowships to ASEAN students at IITs in India.

BRI participating countries reap benefits after 6 years’ joint construction

Since China launched the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in 2013, six years' joint construction with participating countries has not only brought remarkable progress to regions along the routes, but also helped speed up global cooperation.

Soldiers protect southern border from drugs

An Giang -Lieutenant Colonel Vũ Trọng Tuệ still remembers one of his first investigations into drug trafficking as a member of the Southern Border Guard Soldiers’ Department of Drug and Crime Prevention.

Cal Poly team travels to Cambodia to help set up CubeSat program

A team from Cal Poly is helping a group of Cambodian high school students launch their very own space program.

Skateistan partners with fuzz pedal charity Tone For Change

Skateistan, the award-winning international non-profit organisation which combines arts-based education with skateboarding in Afghanistan, Cambodia and South Africa, has teamed up with charity initiative Tone For Change.

Bridging the Gaps in the Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway

How can we foster a more connected and inclusive Asia-Pacific?

Floods kill 11 people in Cambodia

Floods have killed 11 people in parts of seven provinces in Cambodia, a spokesman said on Friday.

Cambodia moves to end violence against children

Cambodia has officially become a Pathfinding Country of the Global Partnership to End Violence against Children.

VN, Cambodia, Laos enhance drug control co-operation

Việt Nam, Cambodia and Laos should work together across their borders to fight the illegal drug trade, said participants at the 18th trilateral/bilateral ministerial meeting on drug control co-operation among the three nations held in Hà Nội on Wednesday.

The need to establish research universities in Cambodia

In an era of the globalisation and internationalisation of higher education, it is difficult, if not impossible, to disregard the regional and global trend toward building world-class universities.

Labelled ‘Books’, Customs Seizes Cambodian Cigarettes Worth Rs. 78 Lakh

The Customs has seized cigarettes worth over Rs. 78 lakh which were being illegally imported from Cambodia through speed post and registered post using the labels of books and handicraft, officials said on Thursday.

Cambodia’s ‘Okhna’ Tycoons Abuse Power to Commit Crimes: NGO

Tycoons in Cambodia known as “Okhna” are abusing their power to commit crimes, a nongovernmental organization said Tuesday, as those who hold the honorary title in addition to a ranking position in the military or police are being required to choose between the two to avoid conflicts of interest.

More than 150 students protest Grade 12 results

More than 150 candidates who failed this year’s Grade 12 National Examination protested in front of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport in Phnom Penh on Wednesday to demand that their results be reviewed. They dispersed after a representative submitted their petition to an official.

The $24 Billion Online Casino Boom China Is Struggling to Halt

The Communist Party is hard-pressed to stop the spread of digital gambling in Asia.

HCM City: Police bust ring trafficking drugs from Cambodia

A ring trafficking drugs from Cambodia to Ho Chi Minh City has been uncovered by the city’s police after more than four months of investigation.

Floods kill seven people, 700 pigs in Cambodia

More than 700 pigs at a farm in Preah Vihear province’s Tbeng Meanchey district either drowned or broke loose overnight on Monday when flash floods caused by the rapidly rising Stung Sen river inundated villages in Bramme commune.

Cambodia feared lagging behind predators in cybersex trafficking crackdown

U.S. and Australian crime fighters are preparing Cambodia for a spike in online child sex abuse cases but local officials fear that predators are a step ahead of police due to narrow laws.

Jewish attorney knighted in Cambodia

Phil Weiner honored for training the local police force.

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Media urged to publicise road traffic, drugs issues

The Ministry of Information has urged all media outlets to disseminate educational messages on drug and traffic issues during the Pchum Ben festival from September 14-29.