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Turkey’s Gülen Crackdown Comes to Cambodia

One of Cambodia’s top international school systems has quietly changed hands amid the Gülen controversy.

Cambodian Deportees Return to a ‘Home’ They’ve Never Known

America is deporting Cambodian refugees convicted of crimes. Did the U.S. have a responsibility to help them when they first arrived as refugees?

Asia-Pacific parliamentary forum kicks off in Cambodia

The 27th Annual Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum (APPF-27) kicked off in Cambodia's Siem Reap province Tuesday, focusing talks on politics, security, economy, trade issues and cultural cooperation.

Japanese volunteer’s initiative allows Cambodians to see future beyond dumps where they scavenged

In Anlong Pi, a village on the outskirts of famous tourist destination Siem Reap in northwestern Cambodia, a group of women gather each day to peel bark from 3-meter-long sections of banana tree trunks.

The hairy little heroes saving many lives in rural Cambodia

In rural Siem Reap province, rats dare to tread where no person will, as these hairy little heroes place their lives on the line each day for the good of the local community.

Cambodian PM: Western Sanctions Would Hurt Opposition

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said Monday that if Western countries impose threatened economic sanctions on his country, it would cause the death of the country's political opposition.

Hun Sen warns Irish MP of EBA ‘mistake’

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Saturday told former Irish premier Enda Kenny, still a member of the EU nation’s parliament, that the 28-nation bloc should not make a “third mistake” regarding Cambodia by using the preferential Everything But Arms (EBA) agreement to “take 16 million Cambodians hostage”.

EU set to impose tariffs on Cambodia, Myanmar rice imports

The European Union is likely this week to impose tariffs on rice coming from Cambodia and Myanmar for the next three years to curb a surge in imports, according to a source familiar with the file.

Cambodia’s ‘quiet king’ must find his political voice

The recent abdication of Malaysia’s Sultan Muhammad V after his controversial marriage to a 25-year-old Russian beauty queen has raised questions about the moral authority and responsibilities of Cambodia’s King Norodom Sihamoni.

Autopsies set for two Koreans who died in Cambodia

Korea will perform autopsies on two Korean students who died in Cambodia last week after doctors there failed to determine the cause of their deaths.

1 killed, 9 wounded in war-left artillery shell explosion in eastern Cambodia

A war-left 105mm artillery shell exploded on Monday, killing one man and injuring nine others in eastern Cambodia's Tboung Khmum province, local authorities said.

Urgent : Cambodia’s diplomatic passports issued to foreigners to be annulled

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation will move to annul diplomatic passports issued to those not born in Cambodia.

Sorcery and black magic are alive and well in Cambodia, and they’re worth killing...

Outbreaks of disease, unsolved deaths or bad luck are often blamed by villagers on witchcraft, and sometimes there are violent consequences.

Base instinct: how Chinese visit to Cambodia reignited rumour of navy port plan

Docking of warships revived speculation about implications of close military ties and whether Beijing wants to strengthen its hand in disputed waters.

Cambodia has a lot to answer for

PM Prayut Chan-o-cha should ask the Cambodian government to explain why former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra recently used a Cambodian passport to register a company in Hong Kong.

‘Uber’-inspired system sparks fears for tuk-tuk drivers in Cambodia

Tuk-tuk drivers in Cambodia are missing out on the benefits of increasing tourism in the country, according to a research project funded by the Scottish Funding Council’s Global Challenges Research Fund.

Cambodia PM says EU holding country ‘hostage’ with tariff threats

In October, the European Union threatened to withdraw the duty-free Everything But Arms scheme (EBA), which benefits exports from Cambodia's garment and footwear sector.

Fighting malaria in the remote reaches of Cambodia

Malaria causes nearly half a million deaths worldwide every year.

One Detained, Others Fearing Arrest, in Long-Running Land Dispute

Y Sovann’s unexpected detention caused anger among his fellow villagers, who traveled to Phnom Penh to seek intervention from Prime Minister Hun Sen.

Anniversary of Khmer Rouge Overthrow Marked By Joy, Anger

Tens of thousands of Vietnamese troops invaded Cambodia in late December 1978 and overthrew the Chinese-backed Khmer Rouge regime on 7 January 1979.

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Xi calls for building of China-Cambodia community of shared future

President Xi Jinping met with visiting Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse Monday, calling for joint efforts to build a community of shared future with strategic significance between China and Cambodia.

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