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Rights Workers and Relatives of “RT Fixer” Calls for Charges To Be Dropped

Rott Mony, Rath Chanthul, 27, told VOA Khmer that she wanted the court to give him a fair trial. Rath Chanthul claimed that the absence of the plaintiffs at the court last week suggested an unfair trial.

Cambodian embassy in Bangkok to help migrants

The Royal Embassy of Cambodia in Bangkok has announced that it will conduct visits throughout Thailand to assess the challenges Cambodian workers face and provide them with services at their workplaces or residences.

Asia Media Summit closes in Cambodia, calling for regulations against fake news, cyber-crimes

The 16th Asia Media Summit concluded here Thursday, calling for regulation-making to fight against fake news and cyber-crimes, said Cambodian Information Minister Khieu Kanharith.

He molested a young Pierce County girl and fled to Cambodia. Now he’s been...

A man who molested a young girl in Pierce County and fled to Cambodia following his arrest was sentenced Wednesday.

Drones, big money and cheap drugs

As dusk falls along the Mekong River, a nightly dance begins between Thai border security and Lao drug gangs now using drones, scouts and a pool of poor fishermen to shift record amounts of meth into Thailand.

Some 30K child workers saved

A senior official of the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training said on Wednesday that around 30,000 Cambodian children had been rescued from the most serious forms of hard labour in the Kingdom over the past five years.

UN: 1 in 10 Children Globally Is Victim of Child Labor

The International Labor Organization is calling for the elimination of child labor, which victimizes tens of millions of children in all regions of the world. The call came from Geneva, where special events marking the World Day Against Child Labor were held Wednesday.

Conservation project channels thinking of Angkor’s original builders

World Monument Fund completes restoration of the eastern half of Phnom Bakheng temple.

Ancient Mystery of Angkor Wat’s ‘Decline and Abandonment’ is Being Upended by Archaeologists

Cambodia's famous temple of Angkor Wat is one of the world's largest religious monuments, visited by over two million tourists each year.

Asia Media Summit kicks off in Cambodia

The 16th Asia Media Summit was held here on Wednesday, attracting approximately 600 media representatives from 42 countries and regions.

Restaurateur kills friend and dismembers body because ‘she could not repay debt’

Tim Sophal chopped up her friend's body with a meat cleaver before dumping parts of it in a river in Cambodia.

More Cambodian drug arrests

Ring that used middle-aged female mules is target of crackdown.

EU sends monitoring mission to Cambodia to assess the human rights and labour rights...

Officials from the European Commission and the European External Action Service undertook a mission to Cambodia from 3 to 10 June 2019.

Cambodian farmers take Thai sugar giant to court

Two Cambodian villagers claim the company illegally took their land to clear it for sugarcane farming.

Lightning strikes kill 59 people in Cambodia in first 5 months

Lightning strikes claimed 59 human lives in Cambodia in the first five months of 2019, down 9 percent from 65 deaths over the same period last year, a disaster control spokesman said on Wednesday.

Freedom to walk: Ridding Cambodia of mines through tech innovation

It may seem an unlikely location, but down a nondescript alley surrounded by residential units in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork district is a robotics company which is aiming to change the world.

Dengue increase likely during rainy season: WHO warns

Several Asian countries are experiencing unusually high numbers of dengue cases for this time of year. With the rainy season approaching, the World Health Organization (WHO) is calling for action to minimize illness and deaths from dengue.

Cambodia’s history honors Vietnamese volunteer soldiers

40 years after Vietnamese volunteer soldiers helped the Cambodian people overthrow the Khmer Rouge regime, the image of the “Buddhist saviors” has remained in the minds of the Cambodians.

International experts provide murder case training in Cambodia

Nearly 100 international experts from around the world are training Cambodian prosecutors, Military Police personnel and police officials in investigative procedures involved in murder cases.

John Gunther Dean, US diplomat haunted by Cambodia, dies

John Gunther Dean, a veteran American diplomat and five-time ambassador forever haunted by his role in the evacuation of the U.S. Embassy in Cambodia during the dying days of the Khmer Republic, has died. He was 93.

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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.