Sunday, January 24, 2021
Home News Page 2142

News

Ieng Sary Now Staying at Residence in Capital

Notorious former Khmer Rouge leader Ieng Sary is staying in Phnom Penh, according to a bodyguard stationed at his residence in Chamkarmon district. The...

EdC Staff Say Power Stealers Acted Alone

Officials at Electricite du Cam­bodge claimed no wrongdoing Wednesday following allegations by police and Governor Chea Sophara that staff at the state-run utility colluded...

Border Patrol Encounters Armed Vietnamese

kompong krasaing village, Takeo province - For 10 years, Major Chea Samorn and his border police have waded across the flood plains here in...

Newspapers May Face Suspension

The Ministry of Information has threatened to suspend two opposition papers for insulting the King and Prime Minister Hun Sen, but the editor of...

Deteriorating School Building Forces Schoolchildren Outside

About 650 school children in Kampot province’s Banteay Meas district are being forced to study outside under trees be­cause their teachers are afraid their...

One of Only Two Remaining Tuol Sleng Survivors Dies

One of the two remaining survivors of Democratic Kam­puchea’s brutal Tuol Sleng prison died Sunday, finally the victim of the regime that failed to...

Three EdC Staff Arrested in Alleged Robbery Of Electricity

Three people have been arrested and four Electricite du Cam­bodge staff members are under investigation for their roles in an alleged scam to steal...

Firms Promise Rent to Gov’t

Thirteen companies have pled­ged to pay several hundred thousands of dollars of back rent owed on property leased by the Ministry of Industry, officials...

3 Arrested in Alleged Theft Of Electricity

Three people have been arrested and four Electricite du Cam­bodge staff members are under investigation for their roles in an alleged scam to steal...

Magazine Chronicles Evidence of Khmer Rouge Genocide

Although the cover is sleek and the photograph of black-clad Khmer Rouge leaders provocative, Cambodia’s newest magazine reads more like a “textbook or a...

Gov’t to Improve Drinking Water in Provinces

Though only a quarter of Cambodians currently have access to safe drinking water, the Ministry of Rural Development is hoping to boost that number...

Adhoc Claims K’Cham Murder Not Political

An initial investigation by the human rights group Adhoc has concluded that the Sam Rainsy Party member shot to death in Kompong Cham last...

Former S Korean Dictator Visits Cambodia

Former South Korean Pres­ident Chun Doo Hwan and a group of about 20 businessmen interested in investing in Cam­bodia were greeted Tuesday by a...

Uniforms for Motos, Cyclos May Sport Ads

Corporate sponsors are being sought to fund a uniform program for cyclo and motorcycle taxi drivers, Phnom Penh Gover­nor Chea Sophara said Tuesday. “We...

Illegal Loggers Nocturnal, New Report Says

Illegal logging is occurring to a lesser degree but in a more covert fashion since a crackdown was instituted a year ago, according to...

Gov’t, ADB Seek Reliable Financial Data

The Ministry of Planning will form an inter-ministerial statistics steering committee in order to compile reliable statistics on the country’s socio-economic condition, said ministry...

PM’s Order Keeps Acquitted Man Jailed

This is the first in an occasional series on judicial reform. At the new T3 prison, Gha­naian inmate Eugene Okyebe tells guards he should be...

Gov’t Hasn’t Given In to UN On KR Trial, Officials Say

Returning from a UN trade conference in Bangkok where Prime Minister Hun Sen met with UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, government officials on Monday deflected...

Governor Orders Police to Stop Vigilante Mob Killings

In a move to stop mob killings in Phnom Penh, Governor Chea Sophara has ordered municipal authorities to take greater res­ponsibility for arrested criminals....

Sam Rainsy Restates Murder Was Political

After traveling to Kompong Cham on Monday to visit the wife of a party activist shot to death last week, opposition leader Sam Rainsy...

MEDIA FEEDS

Latest Headlines

Cambodia ratifies UN nuclear ban treaty

The United Nations says Cambodia ratified a treaty banning nuclear weapons on Friday, becoming the 52nd party to take the step.