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UNIIIM Worried by Unprecedented Volume of Information ‘Documenting Atrocities’

In its first report presented today at the United Nations (UN) in Geneva, the head of the UN International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism (IIIM) on crimes in Syria said that war crimes investigators have collected an "unprecedented volume of information" documenting atrocities committed by all sides during the Syrian war.

No plans to cut aid to Cambodia, despite crackdown on opposition – MFAT

New Zealand won't be following the United States' lead and cutting aid to Cambodia.

Cambodia tops region for fires detected from space

Yet again, the Kingdom this year burns brighter than its neighbours, with fires in Cambodia being detected from space at a much higher rate than any other country in the region, according to a NASA report published last week.

Cambodia Creates Award to Encourage Women to Get Into Technology

The government has launched a new award for tech-savvy women who actively contribute to the growth of the technology sector in Cambodia.

Laotian arrested for allegedly attempting to traffic drugs into Cambodia

A 43-year-old Laotian man was sent to court yesterday following his Saturday arrest for allegedly attempting to traffic 30 kilograms of methamphetamine into Cambodia through Stung Treng province, according to police.

Cambodia’s leader is accused of using fake likes to prop up his regime

If Facebook likes were an indicator of power, then Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen would be among the world’s most powerful leaders. His official page ranks third in global engagement among world leaders on Facebook, according to a study by the public relations firm Burson-Marsteller, trailing only India’s Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump.

Environmental Concerns as Mekong Nations Vow to Promote River Development

An action plan agreed by the leaders of China and five Southeast Asian neighbors to step up industrialization and urbanization in their common Mekong River region has sharpened longstanding concerns about the environmental damage from Chinese dam-building on the key water source.

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