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Military Officials Urge Border Finalization

An absence of border indicators may leave Cambodia open to disputes with Thailand, according to some military officials who say they do not have...

Prime Minister Ordered Nephew’s Arrest

Prime Minister Hun Sen said Saturday he welcomed the arrest of his nephew early Friday morning following a shooting rampage at a popular Phnom...

Second Kampot Marijuana Farm Destroyed

phnom thlan muroi, Kampot province - Top military and police officials led a 150-strong military police force to destroy a 3-hectare marijuana field here...

Khmer Rouge Trial Forum Participants Back Tribunal

Most Cambodians want a trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders, but they are divided over whether it should be run by local authorities or...

51 Workers Rescued From Garment Factory in Raid

Toting automatic weapons, police raided a Phnom Penh garment factory Saturday morning and rescued 51 foreign workers who were held against their will and...

51 Workers Rescued from Garment Factory

Toting automatic weapons, police raided a Phnom Penh garment factory Saturday morning and rescued 51 foreign workers who were held against their will and...

Participants At Forum Back Trial

Most Cambodians want a trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders, but they are divided over whether it should be run by local authorities or...

Baby Bear Returns to Zoo Eschews War for Law

Serey, the first sun bear to be born and survive in captivity in Cambodia, has moved from the Phnom Penh apartment where he was...

Acid-Attack Victim To Travel To US for Burn Treatment

Tat Marina, the 16-year-old acid burn victim, is scheduled to leave for the US today for treatment, family members said this week. The Shriners...

Official Says Wildlife Needs Strong Borders

Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng said Thursday that stricter border controls are needed to reduce wildlife trafficking. “Inspecting wild plants and animals ought to...

Kong Korm Letters Checked for Authenticity

Letters allegedly written by Sam Rainsy Party Deputy President Kong Korm linking him to the 1998 Siem Reap rocket attack are being analyzed for...

CMAC Plans To Reorganize, Avoid Stoppage

The Cambodian Mine Action Center, crippled by a reduction of funds from donor countries, plans to cut salaries and reorganize its budget rather than...

Violence Escalates in Garment Factory Labor Demonstrations

Violence against labor protesters escalated Wednesday, as police and authorities tried to interrupt demonstrations centered around alleged unfair work practices by four garment companies....

Prime Minister Criticizes Doctors for Not Treating the Poor

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Wednesday lashed out at medical professionals in Cambodia, chas­tising doctors and hospital staff for refusing to treat patients who...

PM Criticizes Doctors for Not Treating Poor

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Wednesday lashed out at medical professionals in Cambodia, chas­tising doctors and hospital staff for refusing to treat patients who...

Violence Escalates in Garment Factory Labor Demonstrations

Violence against labor protesters escalated Wednesday, as police and authorities tried to interrupt demonstrations centered around alleged unfair work practices by four garment companies....

Government Battles Malaria at Naval Base in Koh Tang

koh tang - This island about 50 km off the Sihanoukville coast saw its share of fighting during the Khmer Rouge regime and now...

CMAC Plans To Reorganize, Avoid Stoppage

The Cambodian Mine Action Center, crippled by a reduction of funds from donor countries, plans to cut salaries and reorganize its budget rather than...

Pagoda Destroyed for Blocking Royal View

Fishermen and farmers burned incense Wednesday on the foundations of an island pagoda that was demolished earlier this week by local officials, who said...

Burma Dissidents Still Detained, Await Hearing

Two Burmese men arrested last month remain detained at the military prison in Phnom Penh while their case is being examined, a court official...

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Cambodia reports 2 imported COVID-19 cases, 441 in total

Cambodia on Tuesday reported two more imported COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of infections in the kingdom to 441, said a health ministry (MoH) statement.