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A fire that broke out early Friday morning in Phnom Penh destroyed the homes of five families and about 500 pieces of artwork from the well-known JavaArts gallery on Sihanouk Boulevard.
Perched on stilts 2 meters off the ground, a bamboo hut stands out amid homes of unpainted wood. A sarong, a belt and a pair of boxer shorts hang out to dry over the porch railings. This isn’t your average bachelor pad. In these hills of Ratanakkiri, indigenous Kreung tribes traditionally build a girl or boy their own hut when they come of age.
At least three workers were arrested Tuesday morning outside the Wing Star Shoes factory in Kompong Speu province, where the Free Trade Union has been leading a strike calling for benefits and back pay, according to police and a union representative.
The lawyer representing two members of the hacking group Anonymous Cambodia accused of attacking 30 government websites and stealing data said Thursday he had yet to receive any documentation from the Phnom Penh Municipal Court about the charges his clients face.
Global hacking group Anonymous continued its attack on Cambodian websites Tuesday, this time claiming to have infiltrated and brought down the Anti-Corruption Unit website. The lawyer representing two recently arrested members of the group said he is concerned the hacks may affect his clients’ case in court.
The Cambodian arm of the global hacking group Anonymous claimed late Sunday to have wiped clean the Deum Ampil (DAP) news website and its online archive, warning other news outlets that they will be targeted too if they publish “false information.”
Members of the global hacking group Anonymous on Thursday threatened to attack the website of the National Police in response to the arrest earlier this month of two of its Cambodian members who allegedly hacked 30 government websites.
The National Police on Wednesday released a video online that shows the arrests earlier this month of two Anonymous Cambodia members who are accused of infiltrating government websites and stealing sensitive data.
Two members of Anonymous Cambodia, an arm of the global hacking group, were arrested this month on charges of infiltrating government websites and stealing sensitive data, following an eight-month operation by local authorities and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to a statement posted Tuesday on the National Police website.
Two members of the hacking group Anonymous Cambodia were arrested earlier this month on charges related to their online hacking activities, following an eight-month operation by local authorities and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to a statement posted Tuesday on the National Police website.
About half of the University of Health Science’s class of 2014 risks not graduating this year, having refused to register for a new compulsory final exam.
Following a visit by representatives of the Chinese company planning to build a controversial 108-MW hydropower dam in Koh Kong province’s Areng Valley, local officials and residents say they fear that construction on the project, which will require the evacuation of an estimated 1,500 villagers, will begin soon.
The government will consider a planned union rally on Sunday of several thousand people at Freedom Park in Phnom Penh an attempt to “overthrow the government,” Interior Ministry spokesman Khieu Sopheak said on Friday.