Taiwan teen suffers electrical torture in Cambodian human trafficking case

Victims have reported alleged organ harvesting among other forms of abuse.

Cambodian Journalists Are Telling Truths, Not Breaking Laws

On August 3, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Cambodia released a report on the state of press freedom in the Southeast Asian country.

US returns to Cambodia dozens of antiquities looted from historic sites

Some of the artefacts, which range from the bronze age to the 12th century, were stolen from ancient Khmer capital Koh Ker.

US returns looted relics of ‘extraordinary cultural value’ to Cambodia

New York officials have returned 30 cultural artifacts to Cambodia, including a 10th-century Khmer sculptural "masterpiece," after the items were illegally sold to private collectors and a US museum.

Garment waste from Nike, Clarks and other leading brands burned to fuel toxic kilns in Cambodia

Off-cuts from Cambodian clothing factories that supply leading western brands, including Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors, are being used to fuel brick-kilns - exposing bonded workers to toxic fumes.

Tit for Tat: The Fall-out From the US Approach to Politics and Policy in Cambodia

Washington was right to censure Phnom Penh in its latest Trafficking in Persons Report. But the U.S. government risks entangling legitimate criticism with geopolitical tensions.

Cambodian Ambassador: Looted Artworks Are ‘Souls’ of Culture

Cambodia’s ambassador to the United States says the return of 30 antiquities to his country by U.S. law enforcement is like a returning of the souls of Cambodia's culture.

United States returns to Cambodia 30 antiquities looted from historic sites

The United States will return to Cambodia 30 looted antiquities, including bronze and stone statues of Buddhist and Hindu deities carved more than 1,000 years ago, U.S. officials said on Monday.

Monumental Angkor Wat and the lost ruins of Cambodia

Though the Khmer empire left a stupendous architectural legacy, its birthplace is all but forgotten today.

Cambodian PM scraps development project threatening wildlife sanctuary

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Sunday cancelled a controversial satellite-city development around a wildlife sanctuary and zoo near the capital following growing online appeals to halt the project.

Cambodia to deport recovered Nigerian monkeypox patient, says immigration official

Cambodia will deport the recovered monkeypox patient, Osmond Chihazirim Nzerem, to his birth country Nigeria and ban him from re-entering the kingdom for three years, an immigration department official said on Sunday.

Lack of trust, political will shackling Myanmar peace process, ASEAN envoy says

A lack of trust and political will is stifling Myanmar's peace process and the Southeast Asian bloc ASEAN will keep shunning its ruling generals, unless they engage opponents and make concrete progress, a special regional envoy said on Saturday.

Not even Superman can fix Myanmar crisis, Asean envoy says

A regional envoy tasked with brokering peace in Myanmar admitted Saturday that "even Superman cannot solve" the crisis, capping a week of foreign ministerial meetings that ultimately yielded little progress.

‘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.


Taiwanese being lured to Cambodia for illegal work: Taipei councilor

Taipei City Councilor Angela Ying on Tuesday alerted the public to a spate of recent incidents in which Taiwanese have been lured to Cambodia with promises of high-paying jobs, only to be forced into illegal work and held in the country against their will.