A Dutch priest who was arrested in Siem Reap City last week after allegedly taking more than 1,000 photographs of naked boys had told a bishop in his home country about his “sexual preference for underage boys,” church representatives said on Sunday.
The Culture Ministry received 10 Angkorian gold jewelry pieces in a ceremony in London on Friday after they were handed over by a private collector, in a case that exemplifies the murky international trade in ancient Khmer artifacts.
Two opposition lawmakers and the deputy director of Radio Free Asia (RFA) for Cambodia have been summoned by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court for questioning after authorities accused the journalist of pretending to be part of the CNRP delegation during a prison visit on Wednesday.
An assistant at the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) was arrested last week and charged over the weekend for allegedly demanding bribes while processing applications, a court official said on Sunday.
The president of one of Cambodia’s largest independent labor unions said on Sunday that about 3,000 protesters would gather and march through the capital for International Labor Day on May 1, a move that could spark hostilities with City Hall, which said the march would not be permitted.
Cambodia has a “unique window of opportunity” to reduce its carbon footprint by making energy production and transportation more environmentally friendly, according to a study published earlier this month.
Despite an increase in numbers, female commune councilors continue to face substantial obstacles in having their voices heard over issues relating to women and children, especially when it comes to getting funding, according to research released on Friday.
A Chinese national and his Cambodian accomplice have been arrested for fatally stabbing a Chinese restaurant owner at a Phnom Penh guesthouse and dumping his body in a river after he refused to pay a $40,000 ransom, according to police.
A man chased from his home in Kompong Speu province after fellow villagers accused him of sorcery has filed a criminal complaint against eight of the villagers, district police confirmed on Sunday, adding that they had referred it to the provincial court.
A new book explores the difficult task of rebuilding Cambodia after the Khmer Rouge forces fled Phnom Penh in 1979
A new documentary depicts the struggles of three activists fighting injustice during a period of social awakening in Cambodia
Security loopholes exploiting Cambodia’s mobile networks are thought to be behind months of leaks, hacks and snoops that have spooked activists and politicians
After picking up a gold medal at the World Petanque Championships in Belgium on Sunday, Ouk Sreymom was met by a motorcade on Tuesday at Phnom Penh International Airport and escorted through the streets to Olympic Stadium for a ceremony to mark her achievement.
Better roads and new events drew Khmer New Year celebrants to traditionally less busy provinces like Mondolkiri, Kompong Thom and Svay Rieng this year, as the number of visitors to more established destinations like Siem Reap and Preah Sihanouk provinces also rose, according to estimates from the Tourism Ministry.
The CNRP will hold a snap congress on April 25 to again amend its bylaws to allow for the selection of three deputy presidents—its third maneuver to appease the Interior Ministry, which has so far refused to recognize the lawmakers as party leaders, an official said on Monday.