Authorities say they are still searching for 18 of 44 men who escaped on Friday from a government-run drug rehabilitation center in Phnom Penh, even as the center’s director denied the escape occurred.
The cause of death of more than 11,000 diseased broiler chickens found dumped in a canal in Kompong Thom province last month has been identified as an infectious virus transmittable to humans, according to the Ministry of Agriculture’s animal health department.
A band of tuk-tuk drivers wearing motorbike helmets descended on sacked drivers protesting outside the Capitol Tours bus company on Saturday, beating the demonstrators until they disbanded as police stood by.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy has urged his party’s supporters in the U.S. not to stage any protests against Prime Minister Hun Sen during his visit to California later this month for a summit with fellow Asean leaders and U.S. President Barack Obama.
A garment worker and a driver died instantly when their vehicle slammed into the back of a parked truck on the side of National Road 8 in Prey Veng province on Saturday morning.
Two children died on Friday afternoon in Kompong Thom province after attempting to open a rocket-propelled grenade they found near their house with an ax, police said on Sunday.
For the third time in as many months, the government has canceled a contract with a private company operating a toll road in response to complaints from motorists.
A 45-year-old rice farmer was found dead on Sunday morning in Kandal province with his throat slit open, in what police are treating as murder, according to a local official.
An ambitious plan to deploy drones for big business is born out of an unlikely partnership.
Through intimate images, a photographer brings acid attack survivors out of the dark.
A new book takes readers off the beaten path in Phnom Penh.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday expressed frustration at the widespread perception that Cambodia was in thrall to China during its 2012 Asean chairmanship, and attacked a critic who suggested that his government had attempted to placate Beijing after the recent visit of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to Phnom Penh.
The Appeal Court on Thursday upheld convictions of intentional violence and causing property damage against 13 unionists and workers who were arrested during a riot outside a Phnom Penh industrial park on January 3, 2014, at which military police shot dead at least five people.
Garment workers were involved in more than 4,300 separate traffic accidents as they traveled to and from their factories last year, leading to 60 fatalities, according to a report released by the government on Thursday.