Foreign couples whose babies were carried by Cambodian surrogates will be able to leave the country with their children if a new temporary exit plan is approved by the prime minister, a government official said on Monday.
The 487-meter ascent to sacred Phnom Kulen in Siem Reap province is steep and rocky. At some point between the ninth and 13th centuries, a powerful leader decided to forge a clearer path.
There is little doubt among observers that Kem Sokha will be named as president of the CNRP at a snap party congress set for Thursday, but who will replace him as the party’s deputy leader is either a closely guarded secret or remains up in the air.
In a dovetailing of strongman rhetoric across continents, Prime Minister Hun Sen offered an unprompted explanation on Monday of U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent attacks on the news media.
Activists from Phnom Penh’s Boeng Kak neighborhood staged a familiar chaotic scene at the Court of Appeal on Monday as guilty verdicts were upheld against four activists, including Tep Vanny, for their roles in a 2011 protest.
Laotian soldiers have begun digging trenches in Cambodia to ensure that construction of a disputed road cannot restart, while authorities from both countries have continued to lock horns over the dispute, an official said on Monday.
Journalists entered the homes of villagers in Ratanakkiri province suspected of illegal logging, threatening to put them in handcuffs if they didn’t open their doors and show their timber stock, the Information Ministry said in a statement released on Monday after a brief investigation.
The opposition Sam Rainsy Party (SRP) says it will boycott today’s Senate vote on legal amendments that will give the government and courts broad new powers to suspend and dissolve political parties over vaguely worded offenses left open for interpretation.
Five Supreme Court judges over the official retirement age of 65 will be allowed to continue working after the Supreme Council of Magistracy agreed to continue their employment at its 28th annual meeting on Monday.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday said the government was expecting tourism-sector job numbers to hit 1 million by 2020 to accommodate the more than 7 million visitors expected to visit Cambodia per year by the end of the decade.
Almost a year since petitioning Prime Minister Hun Sen to intervene, investors who claim they were cheated out of thousands of dollars by a now-defunct financial firm that encouraged them to buy stock in a Hong Kong-based Ponzi scheme on Monday protested that the government had still not acted on their behalf.
A foreign journalist and aid workers recall a ‘country in shock’ when they began their lives in Cambodia during the 1980s
Guns first entered Mr. Nee’s life in the late 1960s, in a village in Svay Rieng province where he grew up. The Vietnamese border 10 km away had become porous as the Second Indochina War raged next door. Vietcong soldiers hid in the village while convoys carrying Chinese armaments snaked through its bamboo trees.
The son of the ruling party’s No. 3 man is attempting to make his mark as the environment minister, amid apparent machinations by rivals resisting change
He makes all the big decisions, has friends and family in all the right places, and personally controls armed forces larger than Senegal’s national army. Supplicants and diplomats alike refer to him as Samdech—or “The Greatest.”
In what some are calling one of the most significant threats to democracy that Cambodia has faced in a generation, the CPP-controlled National Assembly on Monday voted to give the government and courts sweeping new powers over political parties.
Watching the premiere of Angelina Jolie’s new film “First They Killed My Father” in the shadows of the ancient ruins of Angkor on Saturday night, Riem Vet was transported back to his teenage years living under the Pol Pot regime.