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The shocking methamphetamine trade in ASEAN

Porous borders and a lack of enforcement contributed to the record seizure of methamphetamine in East and Southeast Asia last year.

Cambodian Court Rules Former RFA Reporters’ Cases Will Proceed to Trial

A court in Cambodia on Friday concluded its investigation into two former RFA reporters accused of “espionage,” ordering their cases to proceed to trial, and prompting a rights group to call for their charges to be dropped.

Cambodia, S.Korea ink pacts to boost ties

Cambodia and South Korea on Friday signed five cooperation documents to boost bilateral ties and cooperation.

Cambodia, China Launch Annual ‘Golden Dragon’ Joint Military Exercise, Deepening Ties

Cambodia and China have launched their third annual joint “Golden Dragon” military exercise in grand style, drawing concerns from analysts who say the drills are generating international “suspicion” as Phnom Penh pivots from the West and increasingly towards Beijing.

S. Korean president begins state visit to Cambodia

South Korean President Moon Jae-in began his state visit to Cambodia on Thursday with a social dinner hosted by Prime Minister Hun Sen.

Cambodia to Journalists: Let Us Now Praise Sihanoukville

Cambodia tells journalists to present the hive of Chinese investment as ‘a city of miracles’ set to rival a mash-up of Silicon Valley, Las Vegas, and Singapore.

Cambodia launches national strategy on combating money laundering, financing of terrorism

Cambodia on Thursday launched a 5-year national strategy for combating money laundering and financing of terrorism (2019-2023), said a National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) statement.

Investing in Cambodia’s Adolescent Girls

Cambodia has a very high rate of labor migration to other countries, and a dramatically changing economic landscape.

Xenophobia in Cambodia: Is It an Issue?

Cambodia has a long history. It has both a proud past and a tragic history.

Sanitary kits aid girls in Cambodia

A group of South West women have returned from Cambodia after setting up a new Days for Girls enterprise which helped provide 13 women with jobs.

Cambodian PM may sue over Facebook posts

Lawyers for Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen are considering filing lawsuits against those who insult him on social media.

Polluting Chinese Casino in Cambodia Ordered Closed

Officials in Cambodia’s Sihanoukville province have ordered a Chinese casino and hotel accused of ruining the beauty of a local beach by pouring raw sewage into the sea to close following complaints by area residents and inspections by authorities.

Cambodia, China kick off joint military exercise

Cambodia and China on Wednesday began a 13-day joint military exercise in southern Cambodia involving more than 600 military personnel from both sides.

College Admissions Scam: Follow the Money Behind The Key Worldwide Foundation

NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit reviewed IRS tax forms filed by The Key Worldwide Foundation (KWF) and found the non-profit received $7,065,675 in contributions and spent close to $4,953,630 between 2013 and 2016.

Wan Junaidi reveals inside story on release of M’sians job scam victims in Cambodia

Santubong MP Datuk Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar took the time to give an in-depth explanation on what actually transpired in the government’s efforts to release the 47 Malaysian detainees in Cambodia who had fallen prey to a job scam.

Cambodia’s Labor Ministry Fines Brick Factory After Girl Loses Arm

Cambodia’s Ministry of Labor has issued a fine and is in the process of suing the owner of a brick factory on charges of illegal child labor after a 10-year-old girl employed at the factory lost a limb while on the job.

Brother of Major Cambodian Tycoon Arrested in Drug Raid Case

Police found some 50 kilograms of drugs at the venue and detained 29 suspected dealers during the nighttime raid on February 23.

Remittances Pull Farmers Deeper Into Debt, Research Finds

The study found that families receiving remittances saw an average increase in debt of 6 percent.

Some 538 Cambodians infected with HIV in 2018: health minister

About 538 people were newly infected with HIV in 2018 in Cambodia, remarkably down from 2,562 a decade ago, Health Minister Mam Bunheng said on Tuesday.

US priest aids Cambodia’s deaf

Father Charles Dittmeier combats isolation and the myth that the deaf are mentally deficient.

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