‘Repeatedly beaten and sold’ – Two Malaysians recount horror experience in Cambodia

Sold six times and beaten over seven months. These were some of the experiences faced by two Malaysians who were duped into a job at a fraud syndicate in Cambodia.

Workers freed from captivity in Cambodia return in good health: BP2MI

The first 12 Indonesian migrant workers freed from captivity in Cambodia have been repatriated in good health, and will be assisted in returning to their hometowns, the Indonesian Migrant Workers Protection Agency (BP2MI) has informed.

An anchor to Cambodia’s past

Like Kathmandu, Angkor Wat and other shrines represent a faith moulded by a millennia of cultural history.

Indonesia, Cambodia discuss human trafficking prevention efforts

Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi and Cambodian Home Minister Krolahom Sar Kheng discussed efforts to prevent human trafficking.

ASEAN condemns lack of progress in military-ruled Myanmar, but gently

Foreign ministers of several Southeast Asian nations on Friday issued their final communique, which criticized fellow member Myanmar for a lack of action in ending violence in the country.

Blinken meets Cambodian opposition leader

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken met a Cambodian opposition leader facing treason charges during a visit to Phnom Penh Friday, expressing concern about the kingdom's eroding democracy ahead of elections next year.

Stuck in Sihanoukville: Projects grind to halt in Cambodia resort town

Rampant development turns seaside jewel into mess of unfinished casinos and condos.

Blinken urged transparency from Cambodia PM about Chinese base activity – U.S. statement

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Thursday urged Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen to be fully transparent about Chinese military activities at its Ream naval base, a State Department spokesperson said.

Cambodia growing restrictions on civic space and press freedoms: report

Sixty-five journalists were interviewed and surveyed as part of the report.

Cambodia has 17.8 million Internet subscribers: minister

Cambodia has some 17.8 million Internet subscribers, exceeding the country's total population of 16 million because many people have subscribed to more than one Internet service, Minister of Post and Telecommunications Chea Vandeth said on Thursday.

UN slams crackdown on Cambodian journalists

Increasing intimidation is a 'threat to democracy,' United Nations Human Rights Office report says.

Inflation to dip to 3.2% in H2 2022, Cambodian National Bank forecasts

Cambodia’s National Bank in its first half report has projected the inflation rate to decline to 3.2 per cent in the second half (H2) this year after rising to 6.5 per cent in the first half due to rising fuel prices, disruptions in the global supply chain and a recovery in domestic demand.

Indonesian FM Raises Trafficking Concerns During Cambodia Trip

Indonesia’s Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi has spoken to the Cambodian government about the large-scale scam operations that have sprung up in the country, and her concern about the Indonesian nationals who have been trafficked to work in these operations.

Japan, Cambodia vow to deepen security ties amid growing China clout

The foreign ministers of Japan and Cambodia agreed Thursday to beef up security cooperation amid Beijing's growing clout in the Indo-Pacific region, the Japanese Foreign Ministry said.

U.S. Bolsters Aid for Cambodia Amid Efforts to Ease Global Food Crisis

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken announced $25 million over five years to support an initiative that will work with farmers and others in the agriculture industry to get produce to more markets.

A Cambodian American police officer helps his community heal and look forward

Out west of the freeways, where city and rural meet, nothing seems out of the mix: a boy chasing a flock of chickens in his frontyard, tidy tract homes, aging trailer parks, the stretching fields, drivers in work trucks and luxury cars stopping at the agua fresca stand, its awning blocking the broiling sun.

China’s Wang Yi meets Cambodian PM candidate Hun Manet on bilateral ties

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with Cambodian People's Party's Permanent Committee member and Prime Minister candidate Hun Manet.

Cambodian govt projects country’s economy to grow at 5.4% in 2022

The Cambodian ministry of economy and finance in its mid-year assessment recently projected the country’s economy to grow at 5.4 per cent.

‘Dramatically changed’: ASEAN considers Myanmar crisis response

A warning for Myanmar’s coup leaders as foreign ministers from Southeast Asian nations meet in Phnom Penh.

Asean will have to rethink peace plan if Myanmar conducts more executions, says Cambodian PM

Asean will be forced to rethink peace plans made with Myanmar if the country's military rulers conduct more executions of prisoners, Cambodian Prime Minister and Asean chair Hun Sen said on Wednesday (Aug 3).