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The bilateral trade volume between Vietnam and Cambodia continued to grow during the first seven months of this year, prolonging an increase after three years of declines that ended in 2016.
In a very rare case, a Pattaya woman has got back a motorcycle stolen from her rental shop after doggedly tracking its GPS position for several months and eventually locating it in Cambodia.
Thailand’s giant sugar mill Mitr Phol Group disputed news reports referring to land dispute claims and Thai Civil Court proceedings on Friday, claiming that the reports are unfounded.
United Nations’ cultural agency Unesco’s Facebook page has hosted a heated debate between Cambodians and Thais over Bangkok's proposal for the inclusion of “khon" masked dance on the agency’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list.
Cambodian authorities extradited a Thai man and his brother via the Sa Kaew border gate late on Friday night, about a month after he allegedly smashed in the head of his female boss in Bangkok.
Activists and human rights campaigners in Cambodia have had a lot to celebrate in the past two weeks.
As police this week obtained an arrest warrant for Anuwat Chaipha, the younger brother of murder suspect Assaya Chaipha, for aiding Assaya to avoid arrest, Metropolitan Police Division 4 commander Pol Maj-General Theerapong Wongratthapitak on Wednesday vowed the hunt for both men would continue.
Decades of internal conflict and brutality in Cambodia culminated in the deaths of some two million people in the late 1970s, and the destruction of its social fabric during the reign of terror wrought by the Khmer Rouge.
EZECOM, Cambodia’s wholesale internet service provider (ISP), announced on Thursday that it has reached a partnership agreement with Thai-based LXT Networks to offer a combined connectivity solution which will bridge five countries in Asean.
After 60 years, Malaysia got its first change of leadership when voters at the weekend booted out the ruling Barisan Nasional party and premier Najib Razak.
Women’s Affairs Minister Ing Kantha Phavi’s admission last week that she was unable to name a Cambodian woman journalist sparked a minor controversy on social media, with current and former journalists taking to social media to criticise her remarks.
An archaeological dig drawing to a close this week at Siem Reap's Phnom Kulen has lent greater credence to the theory that it was the site of the royal palace of the Angkor Empire's first ruler, Jayavarman II.
Cambodia’s rice exports declined in the first quarter of the year, down 3 per cent compared to the first three months of last year, a slide that rice exporters and industry representatives blamed on smuggling operations operating with impunity.
Britons under 40 are more likely to die in Cambodia and Thailand than any other countries in the world, a Sun online investigation has revealed.
Cambodia offers potential for Thai investors seeking to expand their portfolios at a time when their purchasing power is increasing, Lim Heng, vice president of the Cambodia Chamber of Commerce, has told The Nation after he met with Thailand’s Commerce Minister Sontirat Sontijirawong.