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Cambodian internet star sets sights on university

Boy charms visitors at Angkor Wat with a dozen language.

Vietnamese, Cambodian, Lao students enhance solidarity, friendship

A cultural exchange programme was held in the south-eastern province of Binh Phuoc on June 23 to strengthen solidarity and friendship between Vietnamese, Cambodian and Lao students.

15 Dead in Collapse of ‘Illegal’ Chinese-owned Building in Cambodia’s Sihanoukville

At least 15 people were killed and 24 were injured when an under-construction building collapsed on Saturday in the Cambodian coastal town of Sihanoukville, officials and state media said, describing the building as an “illegal” structure for which four Chinese and Cambodians were arrested.

Bring back 47 Punjabis stranded in Cambodia, AAP tells Centre

A three-member delegation of AAP on Friday submitted a memorandum to the senior officials in the Union ministry of external affairs (MEA), seeking safety and assistance to bring back 47 Punjabi youth stranded in Cambodia over the past two months.

Jeremy Clarkson gives first look at The Grand Tour season 4 filming in Cambodia...

Jeremy Clarkson has reunited with Richard Hammond and James May as filming seemingly kicks off for The Grand Tour season four.

Dad who can’t afford to buy school bag for son weaves raffia string backpack...

When there seems to be no way, dad can find a way.

Cambodia Considers New Anti-“Fake News” Laws

Attendees at an Asian media conference agreed to develop a regional road map for combating fake news throughout the region, which is in the midst of government press crackdowns in several countries, including the host nation.

Cambodian refugee Janet Seng thrives in America

Janet Seng, 49, came to the U.S. in 1981 from Cambodia as a teenager.

Former RFA Reporters in Cambodian Lose Appeal as Lawyer Asks For Prompt Trial

Two former RFA reporters accused of “espionage” lost an appeal on Friday against court supervision, but learned that they will no longer have to show up at their local police station every month, in what their lawyer called a positive development despite the fact that their “freedom is not fully restored yet.”

Chinese police rescue hundreds of trafficked women

China rescued more than 1,100 women trafficked into the country, many of them sold as brides, in a joint operation with Southeast Asian countries, police said in a statement on Friday.

4 children drown in southern Cambodia: police

Ngan Sary, the police chief of Takeo province's Baty district, said the incident occurred in the late afternoon of Thursday and blamed the tragedy to their grandmother's carelessness.

Living with the dead: Urban poor take over Cambodian cemetery

Graveyards may traditionally be the eternal resting place for the dead, but one cemetery in Phnom Penh has become a place to stay for the living, as communities destroyed by unstoppable development are forced to take desperate measures.

U.S. sees Cambodia’s anti-trafficking efforts floundering

Cambodia is not doing enough to combat human trafficking, the United States said on Thursday, leaving the Asian nation at risk of economic sanctions unless it takes firmer action.

Cambodia Should Drop ‘Politically Motivated’ Charges Against Former RFA Reporters: HRW

Cambodian authorities should drop the “politically motivated” charges against two former RFA reporters accused of “espionage,” New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Thursday, ahead of an appeal of a decision to place them under court supervision.

Procedural Deadlock Leaves Future of Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Doubt

Cambodian and international prosecuting judges remain at odds on whether to proceed with new cases.

Dengue fever kills 21 children in Cambodia so far this year: health minister

Cambodia's Health Minister Mam Bunheng said on Thursday that the country reported over 12,000 cases of dengue fever so far this year, and the dengue fever had claimed 21 children's lives.

Cambodia’s landmine-hunting rats

In Cambodia, over 19,000 people have been killed by landmines and explosives, and another 51,000 have been injured by these remnants of war.

Colorado man shipped gun parts hidden in toys to buyers around the world, indictment...

Michael John Suppes, of Windsor, charged with violating the U.S. Arms Export Control Act.

The High-Tech Jobs of Tomorrow Depend on Children’s Books Today

Words like “fun” and “children’s storybooks” are not often used when discussing how to prepare today’s youth for the high-tech jobs of tomorrow, but they need to be.

One third of Cambodians infected with threadworm, study finds

Strongyloides stercoralis is a soil-transmitted threadworm that is endemic in many tropical and subtropical areas of the world.


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Rescuers find two alive in collapsed building in Cambodia

Rescuers found two survivors in the rubble of a building that collapsed two days earlier while under construction in a Cambodian beach town, killing 28 workers and injuring 26 others as they slept in the unfinished condominium that doubled as their housing.