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Two garment workers were killed and more than 30 others injured on Tuesday in a road accident in Svay Rieng province's Svay Teap district. Police are on the lookout for the driver who fled the scene.
Having witnessed first-hand the dangers faced by humans when spraying pesticide, IT graduate Heng Sopheak decided to quit his job to research and create pesticide spraying drones that are already being put to work in several of Cambodia's provinces.
Cambodia's pork industry has yet to show signs of recovery since it was hit by African swine fever, pork sellers in Phnom Penh said.
Some 130,000 children, particularly the vulnerable, will benefit from the Strengthening Teacher Education Programme in Cambodia (STEPCam), Unesco said on Tuesday.
The Koh Kong provincial court on Tuesday heard the case of Spanish environmental activist Alejandro “Alex” Gonzalez-Davidson, who is accused of being an accomplice in “threatening to cause destruction, defacement or damage” and inciting others to do the same.
Cambodia's total exports during the first half of this year jumped to $6.8 billion, from $6.2 billion during the same period last year. Imports reached $10.5 billion, said the National Bank of Cambodia’s (NBC’s) first-half report.
Fifteen block print pictures by Cambodian double amputee artist Morn Chear will be displayed at TRIBE Cambodia Art Gallery in the creative hub of Siem Reap town from Thursday.
The National Police on Saturday called for the assistance of the "national and international public" to ensure Sam Rainsy, the "acting president" of the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party, faced the Kingdom's courts.
The Appeal Court will hear the case of a 24-year-old woman who was sentenced to 164 years of imprisonment in connection with killings and robbery offences.
The Ratanakkiri Provincial Court has summoned a senior Adhoc staffer and eight other people to be present for questioning next month on grounds of “incitement to commit crimes”.
Government spokesman Phay Siphan slammed the recent reports of a "secret deal" allowing China to use a Cambodian naval base as "the worst of fake news" and "political in nature".
A third Chinese tourist has died as a result of injuries sustained in Sunday’s traffic accident on the new Kulen Mountain road in Siem Reap province’s Phnom Kulen National Park.
The ancient temples of Angkor and the rural beauty of Siem Reap province can be enjoyed on horseback thanks to an equestrian centre offering rides on local and Arabian horses breeds.
Minister of National Defence Tea Banh on Monday criticised sanctions imposed on Cambodia by “superpowers and organisations” as unjust and as a political trend against the Kingdom.
Spain's Carmen Moreno has been approved as the new EU ambassador to Cambodia, replacing the outgoing George Edgar, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation spokesperson Ket Sophann told The Post on Monday.
Guide Direk, the Kingdom's first tour guide booking app, was launched by local travel agency Matong Co Ltd on Friday to assist tour guides in finding more clients, the agency's CEO Khim Maland said.
A law requiring companies processing petroleum from Cambodia's oilfields to provide a maximum of 25 per cent to meet local needs has been signed off by King Norodom Sihamoni.
Eighteen Chinese nationals were arrested for internet scams and extortion in Kampong Speu province’s Baset district.
The space to practice fundamental freedom continues to be restricted in the Kingdom, a joint report by three civil society organisations (CSOs) which was published on Thursday revealed.
The UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) released a report on Thursday detailing new patterns of organised crime in Southeast Asia.