Ministry OK’s Khmer Rouge training center for teachers

The Education, Youth and Sport Ministry has approved a request from the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) to set up a research office and library in the Prey Veng provincial teacher training center.

Tea Banh: No confrontation on Cambodia-Laos border

Minister of National Defence Tea Banh dismissed media reports on Sunday of a tense border confrontation between Cambodian and Lao troops, putting the incident down to a “misunderstanding” as the area had yet to be fully demarcated.

US Military Official Confirms China Deal to Use Cambodian Naval Base

A senior U.S. Indo-Pacific Command officer August 15 confirmed Cambodia and China are proceeding on a base for China's navy in the Southeast Asian country's Preah Sihanouk province.

Threats mount as Borei Keila holdout families protest coming eviction

Around 14 families from Phnom Penh’s Borei Keila neighbourhood gathered on Thursday outside Prampi Makara district hall to protest their imminent eviction.

Hun Sen composes new song for Rainsy over return wager

Prime Minister Hun Sen composed a song on Sunday as he exchanged barbs with Sam Rainsy on the latter’s claim that he would return to Cambodia on November 9. Hun Sen also volunteered to witness a bet initiated by a group of analysts on Rainsy’s return.

Japanese ambassador bids farewell, applauds nations’ good relations

Before departing Cambodia this week, Hidehisa Horinouchi, the outgoing Japanese ambassador to Cambodia sent a message to the people saying that the Kingdom had maintained an average annual economic growth of seven per cent and that bilateral relations between the two countries had made great strides forward.

Friendship insignia presented to Cambodian Ambassador

President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO), Ambassador Nguyen Phuong Nga presented insignia “For peace and friendship among nations” to outgoing Cambodian Ambassador PrakNguon Hong yesterday.

Thailand Wants to Be Southeast Asia’s Power-Trading Middleman

The plan aims to balance regional power oversupply, shortage.

Is China using ASEAN for its gambling fix?

While at first glance the news that China has asked the Philippines to ban online gambling may seem like just another sign of its growing involvement in the region, a quick scan of regional newspapers soon makes it obvious that the Asian superpower needs all the help it can get to battle its own gambling problem.

EU, Germany to provide $9M Asean fund

The EU and Germany have committed to help strengthen Cambodia’s economic integration with Asean member states by providing a €9.35 million ($10.5 million) fund to boost the Kingdom’s trade and investment in the region.

A Cambodian experience

Traditional Cambodian dancing was on display at the Bethehem Community Hall on Saturday night, as part of a fundraiser for the Cambodian Charitable Trust.

‘Rooted in Memory’ exhibit opening at BCC gallery

The Bristol Community College Art Gallery reopens on Thursday, Sept. 5, with the exhibition “Rooted in Memory,” featuring the work of Yary Livan, Pete Pin, Amy Lee Sanford, LinDa Saphan and Savonnara Sok

How Anti-Archive, a young set of filmmakers, is changing the face of Cambodian cinema

Set up in 2014, the company is a veritable hothouse for emerging Cambodian talent, with their work celebrated around the world.

Activists fight hated land-grabs in Cambodia

Spanish man freed by Phnom Penh court, but local environmental campaigners face grave dangers.

River of no return: Mekong faces grim future

Prime ministers, presidents and heads of international banks have caused a potential catastrophe.

In Cambodia, a rare acquittal in a climate of danger for green activists

Deported environmental activist Alejandro-Gonzalez Davidson, who faced charges relating to protests against sand dredging in Cambodia, was found not guilty by a Phnom Penh court on Aug. 22.

Iran to let women attend ’22 football WC qualifier

Women fans will be allowed into the stadium for Iran's next football World Cup qualifier in October, a sports ministry official said on Sunday, ahead of a deadline to allow their attendance.

FIFA clears Iraq to host World Cup qualifying games in Basra

FIFA says the southern Iraqi city of Basra can host the national team’s return to playing World Cup qualifying games at home.

AFF Women’s Championship 2019 – Cambodia vs Myanmar

2018 semifinalists Myanmar will take on Cambodia in Group B of the AFF Women’s Championship 2019 at the Institute of Physical Education Chonburi Campus Stadium in Thailand on Sunday.

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