The government will meet this month to begin addressing concerns that the lack of regulation for the surrogacy trade could lead to a proliferation of brokers working in Cambodia and foreign couples traveling to the country to take advantage of their services.
The Cambodian Mine Action Center (CMAC) has restarted a long-dormant dog breeding program it hopes will replenish its stock of explosive-sniffing canines as well as its dwindling coffers by selling them to others, including riot police.
A survivor of the Pol Pot regime told the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Thursday that a unit chief in Takeo province warned a group of 50 couples handpicked for forced marriage that they would be exterminated if they prayed for the deaths of their new spouses.
There is “no possibility” Zaman schools will be shut down, a school principal said on Thursday, despite a Ministry of Education acknowledgment that top government officials were reviewing just such a request from the Turkish government.
Though it has refused calls to open new channels for migrant workers to vote in upcoming elections, the National Election Committee (NEC) has sent a letter to all Cambodian embassies appealing for citizens living abroad to return home to register for next year’s polls.
More than 400 first aid kits were distributed to tour guides in Angkor Archaeological Park last week in an effort to provide emergency medical care to visitors stricken by minor ailments such as cuts or heatstroke.
Less than a year after the government ordered an end to the leasing of land along the country’s borders, five CNRP lawmakers wrote to the interior minister on Tuesday claiming that more than 430 hectares of farmland in Svay Rieng province is being leased to Vietnamese farmers in collusion with local authorities.
Use of riel notes in the economy has surged in the first half of the year, central bank figures show, but businesses and analysts remain skeptical about government initiatives to move Cambodia away from the U.S. dollar.
A remote cave’s cherished ancient paintings withstand the elements, but face an uncertain future.
After a devestating dry spell, rice farmers in Kep province sow their fields and brace for the year ahead. This is the last in a 12-part series on Cambodia’s rice cycle.
America may be divided, but in Cambodia, Hillary trumps Trump.
A U.S. court will next week hold its first hearing in CNRP official Meach Sovannara’s lawsuit against Prime Minister Hun Sen’s eldest son, Hun Manet, for wrongful imprisonment, according to a lawyer involved in the case.
The start of the revamped national high school exam on Monday was marked by high nerves and tight security.
In spite of evidence that National Assembly President Heng Samrin played a “significant role” in the Khmer Rouge’s forced evacuation of Phnom Penh and other regime policies, he is unlikely to ever testify at the Khmer Rouge tribunal.