Founder of The Cambodia Daily dies

A journalist and the publisher of Cambodia's first English-language newspaper Bernard Krisher has died.

Cambodia UXO casualties more than doubles in Jan.-March

Cambodia one of most contaminated countries by landmines, explosive remnants of war.

EU Delegation in Cambodia as NGOs Push Government to Preserve Trade Status

A European Union delegation arrived in Cambodia as NGOs in the Southeast Asian country called on the government to uphold the constitution as a way to avoid losing preferential trade terms the EU has threatened to withdraw in response to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s crackdown on opponents.

Cambodians Urged to Use Care on Social Media Platforms

Social media platforms such as Facebook have become popular mediums for Cambodians to criticize authorities and protest against government policy.

Exiled Cambodian Opposition Leaders Are Indicted as Prime Minister Tightens Grip

A Cambodian court has issued arrest warrants for eight opposition leaders who fled abroad for safety but say they are now trying to return.

Rehab for Camerin as more CNRP submit pleas

Another of the original 118 senior Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) officials banned from politics was granted rehabilitation by Acting Head of State Say Chhum on Monday, as more politicians submitted requests.

EU Delegation in Cambodia as NGOs Push Government to Preserve Trade Status

A European Union delegation arrived in Cambodia as NGOs in the Southeast Asian country called on the government to uphold the constitution as a way to avoid losing preferential trade terms the EU has threatened to withdraw in response to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s crackdown on opponents.

Why Taiwanese Are Parking Their Money In Cambodia, Once An Unlikely Go-To Country

Seven years ago, when foreign investors were taking a hard look at the Vietnamese economy, Cambodia came up in conversation as an alternative site for cheap factory labor.

EU Delegation in Cambodia as NGOs Push Government to Preserve Trade Status

A European Union delegation arrived in Cambodia as NGOs in the Southeast Asian country called on the government to uphold the constitution as a way to avoid losing preferential trade terms the EU has threatened to withdraw in response to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s crackdown on opponents.

Cambodia Investigating Employment Status of Chinese Nationals Amid Complaints of Lost Jobs

Cambodia’s government is investigating the employment status of Chinese nationals operating businesses in Sihanoukville province, Interior Minister Sar Kheng said Monday, amid complaints by local residents who say they are losing work to the immigrants.

Refugee Returns To Nebraska And Shares Her Success Story

Refugees impact Nebraska and the United States in many different ways. One Cambodian refugee has taken a journey that led her to Nebraska and to success nationally in the biotech industry.

Inspired by Blondie, Cambodia’s punk rock queen uses music to empower women and challenge...

Rather than sing love ballads as others in her country do, Sochetra Vartey writes lyrics about issues such as domestic violence and poverty.

12 of the best things to do in Cambodia and Vietnam

From watching the sunrise over Angkor Wat to cruising the Mekong River, here's how to cover the best bits of Cambodia and Vietnam.

Cambodia suspends licences of 90 mining companies

The Ministry of Mines and Energy suspended the licences of 90 mining companies across Kampong Speu province for a week for failing to properly repair and water roads, tormenting residents with clouds of dust.

Drought warning leads Cambodian government to tell rice farmers not to plant

Water shortages have been reported in 16 Cambodian provinces. El Niño is behind higher-than-average temperatures. About 75 per cent of Cambodia is farmland, devoted mostly to growing rice. The authorities hand out fertiliser and water to affected communities.

New Book Urges Action to Prevent ‘Last Days of the Mighty Mekong’

The Mekong River is home to more than 70 million people.

Will this nightmare pitch wreck our Olyroos 2020 dream?

The Olyroos landed in Cambodia this morning where the players may get a rude shock when they check out the venue for their Tokyo 2020 Olympics qualifiers in Phnom Penh.

2020 AFC U-23 Championship Qualifiers: Cambodia announce 23-man squad for qualification event

Cambodia national team coach Felix Dalmas has named the 23 players who will represent the Angkor Warriors at the 2020 AFC U-23 Championship Qualifiers set to begin on March 22.

Capital to host first club hockey tournament

Phnom Penh Field Hockey Team will this Saturday host Cambodia’s first ever club level field hockey tournament at International School of Phnom Penh (ISPP) sports fields, featuring club teams from Thailand and Cambodia.

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