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Cambodia to hand over Phuket club owner wanted for murder

A well-known figure from Phuket’s nightlife scene accused of executing a couple in Chonburi will be extradited from Cambodia, police said Thursday.

Everything you need to know about Cambodia from jungle temples to the hidden magic...

We've put together a guide to the best things to see and do in Cambodia from amazing temples to exploring capital Phnom Penh

This New Luxury ‘Wandering Hotel’ Will Pop Up in Locations From Italy to Brazil...

Lee Marshall meets the charismatic Frenchman behind 700,000 Heures, a radical new project that will offer guests some of the world’s most exclusive travel experiences.

US Broadens Visa Bans Over ‘Flawed’ Cambodia Election

The United States said Wednesday that it was expanding visa restrictions on individuals responsible for "anti-democratic" actions in the run-up to Cambodia's July 29 election.

Hun Sen to officials: You are ‘servants not bosses’

Caretaker prime minister Hun Sen on Tuesday called on government officials at all levels to remember that they are “honest servants” of the people and not their “boss”. He also urged them to focus on improving their ability to serve the public.

Hun Sen’s CPP wins all parliamentary seats in Cambodia election

Ruling party sweeps up all seats in parliament in last month's poll overshadowed by forced absence of viable opposition.

Lowell City Council passes motion backing effort to support democracy in Cambodia

Many city residents have relatives and friends in Cambodia -- where people are being silenced, jailed and beaten.

Fighting for justice: the plight of Cambodia’s imprisoned activist Tep Vanny

It is exactly two years since Cambodia’s prominent human rights defender Tep Vanny was jailed after protesting against the imprisonment of a group of rights workers known as the Adhoc 5. Southeast Asia Globe looks at her story so far.

Cambodia arrests Phuket man wanted in Chon Buri murder

Cambodian authorities have arrested Panya Yingdung, 39, who was wanted for questioning in the murders of his former girl friend and a companion last month in Chon Buri province.

Police to ask Cambodia’s help finding murder suspect and brother

As police this week obtained an arrest warrant for Anuwat Chaipha, the younger brother of murder suspect Assaya Chaipha, for aiding Assaya to avoid arrest, Metropolitan Police Division 4 commander Pol Maj-General Theerapong Wongratthapitak on Wednesday vowed the hunt for both men would continue.

Cambodia’s Chinese dam conundrum

In June 2018, a leaked environmental impact assessment report on the proposed Sambor Hydropower Dam project in Cambodia revealed that constructing a dam at the proposed site could ‘literally kill the [Mekong] River’.

Cambodian Migrant Workers Dream of Opportunities at Home

Most migrant workers will be unemployed on their return to their home country because of a lack of job opportunities and programs to get people back into work.

How Cambodia’s prime minister rigged an election

Hun Sen and the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) won a recent landslide victory in the Southeast Asian country.

Genocide Expert Alex Hinton on Understanding Cambodian Justice in Khmer Rouge Trials

Alex Hinton is the director of the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights and a professor of anthropology at Rutgers University.

Rights Groups Demand Release of Cambodian Activist Tep Vanny on Eve of Second Year...

Cambodian authorities should overturn the “politically motivated” conviction of prominent land rights activist Tep Vanny and “unconditionally release her,” New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Tuesday, on the eve of the two-year anniversary of her arrest.

Cambodia launches crackdown on Chinese prostitution rings

Up to 50 Chinese nationals have been detained in Cambodia as part of a crackdown on prostitution rings in Sihanoukville province, a Chinese investment hub, the provincial governor said on Tuesday.