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A journalist and the publisher of Cambodia's first English-language newspaper Bernard Krisher has died.
Trade ministers from 16 Asia-Pacific countries, including Japan, China and ASEAN members, are meeting in Cambodia for negotiations on the proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, or RCEP.
A Japanese veterinarian will open a clinic in Cambodia in February to support the country's anti-rabies measures.
Cambodia's parliament has passed legislation that could pave the way for lifting a ban on political activity by opposition politicians.
A Cambodian opposition leader reportedly remains effectively under house arrest and his aide is calling for the politician's freedom of movement.
Cambodian residents of Japan have taken to the streets in Tokyo to protest the results of July's general election in their home country. Prime Minister Hun Sen's ruling party won all 125 seats in the National Assembly.
People in Cambodia have enjoyed the first classical opera to be performed in the country. The event was organized through joint efforts by Japanese and Cambodian musicians.
Soccer fans in Cambodia have expressed expectations for leadership by Keisuke Honda as general manager of the national team.
Japanese soccer star Keisuke Honda has led the Cambodia national team in his first match as general manager. The team played a friendly match against Malaysia, but lost 3-1.
Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono has expressed his concern about the fairness of Cambodia's recent general elections.
Cambodian residents in Japan have rallied in central Tokyo to call on the Japanese government to end its support for a general election in July.
Cambodia's economy is growing, but its medical services lag behind. In an effort to close the gap, a hospital run by a Japanese NGO is expanding treatment for childhood cancer.
Japan has called on Cambodia to ensure its general election is held in a manner that reflects the will of the people. The country under the government of Prime Minister Hun Sen goes to the polls in July.
A former leader of Cambodia's defunct largest opposition party has asked Japan to help the Southeast Asian country hold a general election in a democratic fashion in July.
A former leader of Cambodia's now defunct largest opposition party is visiting Japan to seek support for free and fair election in his country in July.
About 100 participants in a symposium in Tokyo have called for Cambodia to hold the general election set for July in a free and fair manner.