Wisma Putra looks into pardon for Malaysian jailed in Cambodia

The man, Hemakavin Karthigesu, 26, was said to have been duped by a drug trafficking syndicate.

‘Floating toilets’ help Cambodia’s lake-dwelling poor

Pointing to the murky waters of the Tonle Sap, Si Vorn fights back tears as she recalls her four-year-old daughter dying from diarrhoea after playing in the polluted lake.

China and Cambodia hold first naval drills in Cambodian waters

Exercises underline deepening relationship between Phnom Penh and Beijing, which has expansive claims in the South China Sea.

China and Cambodia hold first-ever joint maritime military exercises (video)

China and Cambodia hold their first maritime military exercises, called ‘Golden Dragon, from March 20 to April 8.

Bird Flu’s Young Victims

Over the past decade, nearly four out of five H5N1 victims in Cambodia have been children.

Cambodia celebrates return of ‘priceless’ stolen Angkor jewellery

Cambodian leader Hun Sen has unveiled a collection of stolen Angkor crown jewellery which was recently returned to the kingdom after decades in Britain, pleading for other long-lost treasures to be handed back.

Cambodia celebrates return of ‘priceless’ stolen artifacts

Centuries-old cultural artifacts that had been illegally smuggled out from Cambodia were welcomed home Friday at a celebration led by Prime Minister Hun Sen, who offered thanks for their return and appealed for further efforts to retrieve such stolen treasures.

Cambodia’s Cyber Slaves (video)

What happens when you fall victim to a cyber scam? And who’s really at fault?

‘Maith an Cailiní’ — A women’s GAA team in Cambodia goes viral

An all female Cambodian GAA team is going viral after a TikTok of the female players sharing how the sport has changed their life made its way online.

Dad seeks govt’s help to bring back son jailed in Cambodia

K Hemakavin was allegedly duped by a drug trafficking syndicate under the pretext of going for a holiday in Phnom Penh.

Scam message sent to Cambodian PM ‘not necessarily’ from Taiwan: CIB

The Criminal Investigation Bureau said Tuesday that a scam message allegedly sent to Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen from a Taiwanese IP address was "not necessarily" from Taiwan.

China’s secret naval base in Cambodia, through satellite imagery

Ream Base is a hidden asset for China. But with a new geospatial intelligence system, its operations can be tracked in real-time.

Cambodia prime minister receives scam text message from Taiwan

Taiwan Telegram user tried to con Cambodian leader into wiring money.

Fire damages part of Cambodian king’s residence near temple

Fire damaged part of the provincial residence of Cambodia’s King Norodom Sihamoni near a famous temple complex, officials said Monday. No injuries have been reported.

Young Tigress lose to Cambodia

Malaysia were beaten 1-0 by hosts Cambodia in a women's Under-20 Asian Cup football qualifier today.

Leaked law proposal would give Cambodia expanded powers to censor critics

Rest of World has obtained a previously unseen draft of a new cybersecurity law that experts say is ripe for abuse.

Cambodia-based ring tricks people in online scam

Vietnamese police have busted a criminal gang that recruited people to work for fake e-commerce sites and then stole from them.

Thais angry after British Ambassador to Cambodia posts ‘Khmer dessert’ photo

Thais are not happy with the British Ambassador to Cambodia. Ambassador Dominic Williams posted a photo on Facebook earlier this week with the caption “Khmer dessert.”

Cambodia says recent bird flu cases not spread by humans

Recent cases of bird flu discovered in two Cambodian villagers, one of them fatal, show no sign of human-to-human transmission, health officials in the...

Bird flu spillover ‘concerning’, doctor warns – as virus in girl who died had mutations making it better adapted to humans

Dr Erik Karlsson, who led the team at the Pasteur Institute of Cambodia that decoded the genetic sequence of the girl's virus, says the discovery "needs to be treated with the utmost concern".


How the Twist ignited Cambodia’s musical golden age

In the 1960s rock’n’roll came to Cambodia. Dee Peyok describes the post-colonial music scene, a sweet, brief moment of swinging liberation before the communist revolution snuffed it out.