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Police say a Chinese manager appears to be the mastermind behind an illegal “rent a womb” operation at two Phnom Penh apartments.
James Ricketson granted trial delay he asked for after telling judge it was not clear he had been indicted.
Snares – either metal or rope – are indiscriminately killing wildlife across Southeast Asia, from elephants to mouse deer. The problem has become so bad that scientists are referring to protected areas in the region as “empty forests.”
There’s gripping human drama in this documentary about a Buddhist monk and two ‘housewife activists’ leading a battle against forced evictions.
Government-commissioned report says proposed site at Sambor reach is the ‘worst possible place’ for hydropower due to impact on wildlife
There are no reliable sources of information left. Not for ordinary people, diplomats or NGOs
Phnom Penh Post was seen as last bastion of independence in media under fire from PM
Rachel Prins had openly and publicly criticised prime minister and that could have been catalyst for her arrest, expats post on blog
As new waves of the disease threaten the globe, worried scientists want to conduct a mass inoculation in a Cambodian region where new vaccines always seem to stop being effective
Australia has joined 44 other nations at the UN human rights council in condemning growing political violence and repression in Cambodia ahead of elections there this year
Daniel Jones could face up to a year in prison if convicted of breaking indecency law to promote pool party.
A court in Cambodia has granted bail to seven people including four Britons who were held in the tourist town of Siem Reap on charges of making pornography. Another Briton and two others remain behind bars.
As the neon lights of the Yolo club flash brightly and the chest-pulsing beats of Rihanna blare from Temple Bar, a young man is on his knees in the road, chugging beer poured through a funnel. As the liquid gets too much he chokes, spraying warm beer over the road, known as Pub Street.
Foreigners could spend six months in detention before case goes to court, reports suggest,
Group are among 10 foreigners arrested near Angkor Wat who could face 12 months in prison.