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The Defense Ministry has ordered the arrest of the owner of a Facebook account that posted a message—denied by the government—claiming Defense Minister Tea Banh had recently died in Beijing.
More than 100 Chinese nationals were deported on Thursday after being arrested and accused of operating Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) scams on Chinese citizens.
Following an increase in deaths caused by company drivers overtaking, speeding, drifting off to sleep or driving drunk, the National Police has called for the cooperation of nearly 40 businesses in keeping better records of their employees, according to an official.
Prime Minister Hun Sen, in an attempt to settle an eight-year land dispute, on Tuesday offered additional land in the Boeng Kak lake development to the seven families who had not yet accepted compensation.
The Interior Ministry’s anti-terrorism department has arrested more than 100 additional Chinese nationals believed to be involved in an internet extortion scam, all found in the same apartment block where they detained 225 people
The lawyer for a woman accused of plotting a grenade attack to kill her former boyfriend said during the second day of her trial on Friday that there was no evidence to support the charges, despite incriminating testimony from her alleged accomplices.
A pair of armed robbers convicted of fatally shooting a university student who tried to protect his sister and fiancee from being attacked were sentenced on Friday to life in prison.
Anti-terrorism police on Friday found at least 40 more Chinese nationals holed up in a Phnom Penh condo where authorities had earlier arrested about 200 Chinese men and women in an alleged extortion scheme using internet technology, officials said.
The lawyer for a woman accused of orchestrating a grenade attack on her former boyfriend rebutted the charges during the second day of her trial on Friday, saying the prosecutor had presented no evidence to support the charge, despite incriminating testimony from her co-defendants.
A pair of armed robbers convicted of fatally shooting a university student who tried ram one of the men with his car in an effort to protect his sister and fiance from an attack were sentenced on Friday to life in prison.
A Forestry Administration employee in Kratie province has been charged for allegedly demanding bribes to let people traffic illegally-logged timber for using as pepper stakes, according to a court official.
About 200 Chinese nationals were arrested in Phnom Penh on Wednesday evening as police continued to crack down on suspected fraudsters accused of operating an extortion scheme using internet voice call technology, officials said.
As prominent land rights activist Tep Vanny spent her 365th day in prison on Tuesday, a crowd of more than 50 Boeng Kak lake community members gathered in a sandy plot outside the neighborhood to call once again for her freedom.
The body of a border protection officer missing since Friday’s dispute between Cambodia and Laos was found along with his AK-47 assault rifle in the Sekong River in Stung Treng province on Monday, an official said on Tuesday.
Japanese officials will begin studying possible routes for a skytrain connecting Central Market to Phnom Penh International Airport, Prime Minister Hun Sen announced on Monday after securing a loan agreement with Japan last week.
The Appeal Court on Friday upheld a 20-month sentence against former CNRP President Sam Rainsy over his claim that the ruling party orchestrated last year’s murder of political analyst Kem Ley.
The Cambodian government is working to send home 18 fisherman rescued from two Thai boats in the waters off the coast of Somalia, the Foreign Affairs ministry announced on Friday.
The Appeal Court on Friday upheld a 20-month sentence against former CNRP president Sam Rainsy over his claim that the ruling party had orchestrated last year’s murder of popular political analyst Kem Ley.
Dragged to his feet to hear a guilty verdict for incitement and defamation, government critic Kim Sok doubled-down on Thursday on his claims that the CPP orchestrated last year’s murder of political analyst Kem Ley.
The government has stopped issuing new travel documents allowing Cambodians to be deported from the U.S., an official said on Thursday.