More than 400 garment workers protested outside the Ministry of Commerce Thursday, claiming their factory was not paying a minimum wage and was firing workers without cause.
Kath Sarom’s sister got married a few years ago, to a man picked out by her parents. At first, it was a happy marriage.
More than 500 people gathered at City Hall on Thursday for the first-ever open meeting of municipal officials and the people they serve.
Police expressed concern Tuesday that drug use among Cambodia’s youth is increasingly taking place in the relative obscurity of guest houses and hotels.
The Ministry of Health has added its voice to government agencies urging television stations to ban smoking advertisements during prime-time viewing hours.
Cambodia and Uganda, two of the world’s poorest nations, have signed a trade agreement they say could set an example for other developing nations.
Phnom Penh Municipal Governor Chea Sophara has filed a lawsuit against the opposition Voice of Khmer Youth newspaper after it printed an unidentified source’s allegations that the city leader paid $2 million for a house in Australia.
Would-be journalists and public-relations workers are lining up to apply for the Royal University of Phnom Penh’s new media and communications course.
Days after Pailin teachers walked off their jobs, teachers in Battambang province are threatening to strike, Cambodian Independent Teachers’ Association President Rong Chhun said Wednesday.