Tea Banh: ‘Hate-mongering’ is main cause of hostility in Cambodia, could lead to war

Minister of National Defence Tea Banh on Wednesday said “hate-mongering” was the main cause of hostility in Cambodia, an activity that led to people considering others as enemies and ultimately the seeking of revenge – something that could lead to war.

Family of Slain Forest Activist Readies to Mark Seventh Anniversary of Killing

Wutty was in Koh Kong province with two journalists from the Cambodia Daily investigating alleged illegal logging by the company as it cleared land ahead of the construction of a hydropower dam.

Cambodia sentences Australian to 30 years for drug trafficking

An Australian woman was sentenced to 30 years in prison by a Cambodian court today, for attempting to smuggle almost two kilogrammes of heroin out of Phnom Penh.

Thailand and Cambodia cooperate on cross border migrant workers

Protecting migrant workers rights and enhancing multi-stakeholder dialogue to prevent human trafficking between Thailand and Cambodia will be front and centre at an international conference in Siem Reap, Cambodia today, April 25.

From Hobbes to Hun Sen

History doesn’t repeat itself, despite the thoughts of a certain German philosopher, and it certainly doesn’t manifest a dyad of tragedy and farce.

Hun Sen Urges Officials Not to Be Provoked by Former Opposition Leader

In a video posted to his Facebook account earlier this month, Sam Rainsy said Interior Minister Sar Kheng should “not let Hun Sen strike first”.

PM: Aung San Suu Kyi set to visit Cambodia

Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s State Counsellor and Minister of Foreign Affairs, will begin an official visit to Cambodia on April 30 after attending the One Belt One Road Forum in Beijing, Prime Minister Hun Sen announced on Tuesday.

China’s Huawei to build 5G network in Cambodia: Cambodian senior official

China's technology giant Huawei will help build a 5G network in Cambodia, a Cambodian senior official said on Thursday.

Czech entrepreneurs bring home the world’s best pepper from Kampot

Kampot Pepper, a gourmet pepper sought after by chefs around the world, comes from Kampot province on the south coast of the Kingdom of Cambodia.

Cambridge leaves ‘Footprint’ in Cambodia and sets sights on new chapter in Thailand

Footprint Cafes, a Cambridge social enterprise with big dreams to link mass global tourism to empowered local communities, has taken its next step by opening an enterprise hub above it’s first café in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Daze of Justice Documentary Airing Renews Questions Over Khmer Rouge Justice

The film, produced by Michael Siv, himself a survivor, follows the group as they give testimony in Case 002 against Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea, the last two remaining senior regime leaders.

When Flowers Fall on the Rain: Plucking Out Landmines With Music

Second-year releases album with father and friend to support de-mining efforts in Cambodia.

Haunted Cambodia

I have never placed boots-on-the-ground in Cambodia, but I flew over Cambodia, when I was leaving Bangkok, Thailand. As I was looking at the rice fields of Cambodia from my plane going home, I couldn’t help but think on how haunted Cambodia must be.

Family of Slain Forest Activist Readies to Mark Seventh Anniversary of Killing

Wutty was in Koh Kong province with two journalists from the Cambodia Daily investigating alleged illegal logging by the company as it cleared land ahead of the construction of a hydropower dam.

Cambodians try out smartphones to track – and ease – climate woes

Yin Socheat, a 29-year-old Cambodian farmer, is immersed in her smartphone - but it isn’t the latest viral meme she’s looking at.

In Cambodia, giant turtles come back from the brink

Once believed to be extinct in Cambodia, Cantor’s giant soft-shell turtle is finally recovering.

Cambodia head coach invests 46 Million Dollars in PUBG team

The popularity of eSports is currently at an all-time high, with the sport attracting several big-name stars.

Cambodian volleyball federation president ‘ran death squads’ during late 90s, report claims

Neth Savoeun, president of Cambodia's volleyball federation and the national police commissioner, allegedly presided over extrajudicial killings during the centralisation of power under prime minister Hun Sen.

Orphans in Cambodia taught Norwich City’s ‘On the Ball City’ anthem

A group of Cambodian orphans have demonstrated Norwich City’s global appeal after they were taught the words to the club’s famed anthem.

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