An updated study that categorizes countries based on the fairness of their elections has placed Cambodia’s “failed” 2013 poll firmly in its bottom tier, ranking it the worst in the Asia-Pacific region and among the bottom 10 in the world.
The National Election Committee (NEC) is conducting field investigations in three provinces after the CNRP accused the military of having its forces register to vote outside their home villages or military bases as required by law, an official said on Friday.
As the government scrambles to buoy a rice sector suffering from crashing paddy prices and fierce international competition, experts say longterm overhauls are necessary to steady the industry.
A Hyatt Regency hotel slated to open across from the National Museum in 2020 will incorporate a French colonial mansion that once served as a royal villa, a Hyatt executive confirmed on Friday.
A farmer accused of raping his 7-year-old neighbor after spending an evening drinking with the girl’s father was jailed on Friday in Svay Rieng province, police said.
Forestry officials in Siem Reap province seized two 10th century sandstone sculptures after chasing a car for several kilometers over unpaved back roads, suspicious that it was carrying illegal timber, officials said.
Three people were killed and seven injured in Kompong Cham province on Thursday morning when a truck carrying sand collided with a tour bus.
The central bank will allow people to exchange old, mangled or ripped riel notes for new ones at its Phnom Penh headquarters or provincial branches during a first-of-its-kind campaign next week to coincide with the Pchum Ben holiday.
Scarred by scandal, a rural pagoda symbolizes Cambodia’s troubled monkhood.
Arts and education flourished under Prince Sihanouk, but the revered leader set a dark precedent for authoritarian rule.
In Cambodia’s swelling construction workforce, women fall to the bottom of the heap.
Four people were sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday for trafficking the largest haul of methamphetamine ever seized in the country.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday said he would “eliminate” opponents who dare to protest against his government during a speech in which he also declared that he personally ordered the military to deploy around the CNRP’s headquarters late last month.
Half a decade after being charged over a violent protest outside City Hall, four activists from Phnom Penh’s embattled Boeng Kak community were sentenced to six months in prison on Monday for insulting and obstructing public officials.