Kampot provincial officials will investigate the sale of land to a company owned by tycoon Teng Bunma—a transaction that has elicited a strong warning from Second Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The trial of deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh on charges of illegally importing weapons is set to go ahead Wednesday, with few observers viewing it as anything but a procedural step toward bringing the prince back for elections.
The Military Court formally summoned deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh and two resistance generals Monday to appear March 17 on charges of colluding with the Khmer Rouge.
Cambodian People’s Party officials will discuss campaign strategy, but not the party’s leadership hierarchy, at a four-day central committee meeting beginning today, party officials said Monday.
Resistance General Nhiek Bun Chhay rejected government cease-fire terms Monday, while a senior RCAF general expressed surprise at his former colleague’s response.
First Prime Minister Ung Huot’s office has responded testily to criticism by royal confidante and satirist Ruom Ritt over the premier’s donation to former Khmer Rouge cadre Ieng Sary.
Employees angry over alleged mistreatment by security guards threw rocks and damaged a gate of a Taiwanese garment factory at a protest Saturday, police and union officials said.
Philippe Lenain spreads out the blueprint for his $500,000 go-cart track being built near Phnom Penh.
The case of National Assembly Second Vice President Son Soubert will not be decided by parliamentary vote, the Assembly’s acting president said Sunday.
Sothea remembers her panic three years ago when her daughter and newborn granddaughter tested positive for HIV.