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Sar Kheng sues Rainsy for $1M over ‘revenge’ claims 

Minister of Interior Sar Kheng is demanding $1 million in damages from Sam Rainsy after the “acting president” of the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party claimed he supported a revenge plot against Prime Minister Hun Sen.

KR leader Nuon Chea hospitalised

The Khmer Rouge’s Brother Number Two Nuon Chea is being cared for at the Khmer-Soviet Friendship Hospital after being sent for emergency treatment on Tuesday.

Swedish Senior Statistician received award from Cambodia

Veronica Wikner, a Swedish Statistics Senior Advisor from National Institute of Statistics of Cambodia (NIS) was recently given an honored award by the Government of Cambodia for her contributions to the NIS over the past three years.

Two Groups of Cambodian Villagers Protest Over Land Disputes

Villagers embroiled in two separate land disputes in Cambodia’s Koh Kong province protested Monday, demanding solutions for their respective cases, one against a home-grown tycoon, the other against a Chinese developer.

Cambodia reports 2 more cases of African swine fever

Cambodia has found two more cases of African swine fever in two provinces, bringing the total cases in the kingdom to four, the country’s Agriculture Minister Veng Sakhon said on Monday.

Jailed Australian man Dino Rossetto loses bid for freedom from Cambodian jail

Australian man Dino Rossetto will spend five years in a Cambodian jail for drug offences after the country's Supreme Court in Phnom Penh upheld his conviction.

Koreans held in Cambodia for carrying $2.2m

Police in Cambodia say they have arrested two South Korean citizens who were found carrying $2.2 million into the country without proper authorisation.

Rail line links Thailand and Cambodia for first time since Vietnam War

One of the last vestiges of the disruptions dating back to the Vietnam War days is falling by the wayside.

Tay Ninh customs seize 7kg of methamphetamine

Customs officers from the south-eastern province of Tay Ninh have seized 7kg of methamphetamine transported by an Indonesian from Cambodia to Vietnam.

Cambodia’s Fatal Building Collapse Survivors Relive Hours Before Rescue

Enveloped in total darkness, breathing air tainted by the smell of rotting bodies, their hopes faded under the rubble of a building erected without proper permits amid a building boom fueled by Chinese money.

Japanese collector returns ancient artifacts to Cambodia

Millennium-old Cambodian artifacts displayed in a Japanese collector’s home for two decades have been returned to the Southeast Asian country’s National Museum.

Cambodian girl escapes life of poverty to land scholarship at University of Melbourne

Sophy Ron spent eight years of her childhood surrounded by garbage and toxic fumes while living in a notorious Cambodian rubbish dump nicknamed "Smoky Mountain".

Cambodia buys power generator from Finland

Cambodia has officially signed an agreement to buy a power generator from Finland, according to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s official Facebook page.

RT Fixer Appeals “Unjust” Two-Year Prison Sentence

Rath Rott Mony was sentenced on a charge of “incitement to discriminate” in relation to the broadcast of a documentary film titled “My Mother Sold Me.”

Cambodia premier condemns use of rights as ‘political tool’

Cambodia's premier Hun Sen condemned the use of human rights as a "political tool" in a UN speech on Tuesday (Jul 2), in his latest pushback against Western pressure over his government's record.

Cambodia’s ‘hotel’ jail nears completion

A prison official said on Wednesday that construction of Cambodia’s first privately run prison, which is set to allow prisoners with enough money to upgrade to more comfortable cells, is close to completion.

Thai court rejects class action against sugar giant Mitr Phol

Cambodian villagers accuse Thailand's biggest sugar company of stealing their land, something the company denies.

Tobacco-related illnesses kill 15,000 in Cambodia per year: UN-led study

Tobacco-related illnesses claimed about 15,000 lives in Cambodia a year, costing the country's economy 657 million U.S. dollars, or three percent of the nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP), said a United Nations-led new study released on Thursday.

How a school in Asia is creating future entrepreneurial leaders — by opting out...

The working world is acknowledging the need to step away from the traditional 9-to-5 and embrace change.

Cambodia reports 2nd case of African swine fever in SE province

Cambodia found the second case of African swine fever in backyard pigs in southeastern Tboung Khmum province that borders Vietnam, local media Khmer Times reported on Thursday.

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U.S. Expresses Concern Over Kem Ley Anniversary Arrests

In a statement on Monday, the US Embassy in Phnom Penh said that “all Cambodians should be able to exercise their rights to express their views freely and assemble peacefully.”