Four more Thais working for a scam gang linked to a family tragedy in Samut Prakan have been arrested in Poipet and returned to Thailand for legal proceedings.
Canada should follow the lead of the United States and refuse to approve the import of Cambodian monkeys for use in Canadian labs, animal-welfare groups say.
Cambodian authorities have reportedly detained a group of 20 or more people, including apparently Japanese nationals, in Phnom Penh. The group may have been involved in online scams.
China has a history of working with organised crime syndicates to achieve political goals. This time, it has affected Chinese nationals.
Jessa Khan reflected on what it means to represent the Cambodian flag throughout her career and soon - on the global stage.
More than 20 Japanese have been detained by Cambodian authorities for allegedly committing fraud using an apartment in Phnom Penh as their hub, investigative sources said Tuesday.
Billionaire George Lindemann showcased his collection of Khmer treasures and passed them on to his children. But investigations by ICIJ and others traced many of his prized antiquities back to pillaged sacred sites.
Cambodian police have arrested four Thai nationals, alleged to be members of a Cambodia-based call centre gang implicated in cheating a Thai family in Samut Prakan, which ultimately led to the head of the family killing his wife and two children in desperation and unsuccessfully attempting suicide.
Police have busted a drug ring that operated networks in Cambodia, China and Nigeria to smuggle methamphetamine into South Korea and seized billions of won worth of the drug from its members here, officials said Sunday.
A British video producer's claim of having found the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in the dense Cambodian jungle has resurfaced online.
Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, the deputy national police, is in Cambodia to seek cooperation from police there in the arrests of nine Thai and Chinese suspects working in a call centre gang.
Widespread concerns over human trafficking stemming from cyberscam schemes in Southeast Asia have grown in China recently, after a hit Chinese film shed light on incidents in Myanmar.
He was generous with charities and often dined with the well-connected in Cambodia while pitching himself as a businessman, but casino kingpin She Zhijiang was in fact the brains behind an illegal gambling and online scam empire with links to people and firms throughout South-east Asia.
Most Cambodians live in rural areas, with many struggling to make a living on small farms. Even with low public school tuition fees, sending a child to college is nearly impossible. Those who want a higher education must be resourceful.
The arrest of 10 foreigners in Singapore in a billion-dollar money laundering blitz has thrown the spotlight on their alleged links to business interests in Singapore and overseas, and the number of jurisdictions where some of them hold citizenship.
Iwate prefectural police here are urgently seeking Khmer interpreters after arresting six Cambodians believed to be members of a theft ring targeting copper wires from solar power generation facilities.
Digital scam operations are generating billions of U.S. dollars in revenue each year, the Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights said in a new report.
The U.N. human rights office says criminal gangs have forced hundreds of thousands of people in Southeast Asia into participating in unlawful online scam operations, including false romantic ploys, bogus investment pitches and illegal gambling schemes.
Despite announcing a crackdown last year, the illegal operations have continued to flourish, protected by powerful officials with close ties to the government.
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) issued a statement on Saturday, saying air pollution is responsible for nearly one in every five deaths among children under five in Cambodia.
Zaw San Aung was found in the departure section of Changi Airport Terminal 3 with three passports on him.