Government’s “Flying Penthouse” Charter Jet to be Sold by Owners

Chinese conglomerate HNA Group is being forced to reduce debt by selling assets, including the company’s "flying penthouse" often chartered by Prime Minister Hun Sen, according to media reports.

James Ricketson: Future May Include a Return to Cambodia

Australian filmmaker James Ricketson spent 15 months in Phnom Penh’s notorious Prey Sar prison on espionage charges. In the final installment of a four-part interview with The Cambodia Daily, Ricketson describes future plans that may include a return to Cambodia.

Going Deeper in Cambodia

Hospitality maverick and 700,000 Heures' founder Thierry Teyssier envisions a new way to experience Siem Reap—Angkor Wat's gateway city—along with a circuit combining Tonlé Sap and Battambang.

Cambodia’s PM Hun Sen Denies Reports of Plans For Chinese Naval Base

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday dismissed U.S. concerns that he would grant China the right to build a military base in his country, saying such a move would violate the constitution.

Cambodia reiterates Khmer Rouge tribunal’s work is complete

Sar Kheng says UN-backed war crimes court has no need to prosecute anyone beyond the Khmer Rouge senior leadership.

Guilty Verdicts Mark the Start of the End for Cambodia’s Genocide Trial

Guilty verdicts in the genocide trial of Pol Pot's senior henchmen has brought the curtain down on the main act of a controversial tribunal that has lasted more than a decade, cost more than $300 million and is finally nearing an end.

Cambodia’s beleaguered opposition and the fight for democracy

Today, the country is effectively a one-party dictatorship with the opposition party scattered across the world.

Cambodia’s genocide verdict: better late than never

The verdict of the Khmer Rouge tribunal (The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, ECCC) on 16 November that found Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan guilty of genocide was scarcely surprising.

Oxfam launches project to connect rice supply chain in Cambodia

Oxfam in Cambodia launched the BlocRice project on Thursday – a platform using blockchain technology to connect a network of people in the rice supply chain that aims to ensure farmers get a fair price for their produce.

Cambodia discusses potential for e-commerce, cross-border trade

High-profile officials, experts and potential investors gathered here on Friday at the #ConnectCambodia forum to discuss the potential for e-commerce and cross-border trade.

EU Prepares to Withdraw Cambodia From Trade Scheme

The World Bank has warned that Cambodia’s economy will face increased risks if the EU presses ahead with Cambodia’s expulsion from the scheme.

EU to Cambodia: Fix human rights or face economic hardship

Both Cambodia and Myanmar heavily depend on the European Union's duty and quota free trade agreement. But the European bloc believes it is time that these countries address human rights abuses. Ate Hoekstra reports.

How Wild is Cambodia’s Water Festival?

The Tonle Sap River and Mekong River are the backdrop for one of Southeast Asia’s largest yearly celebrations – Cambodia’s Water Festival.

Documentary Filmmaker Focuses on Cambodia’s Martial Art

Bokator is an ancient Cambodian martial art that flourished during the golden age of Angkor, and almost disappeared under the Khmer Rouge.

Meet the Incredible Cambodia Boy Who Can Speak Over 10 Languages

A young Cambodian vendor has captivated netizens around the world after his ability to speak over 10 languages and dialects was caught on film and shared on social media.

Laos, Cambodia, Viet Nam agree to jointly promote Buddhism

Buddhists from Laos, Cambodia and Việt Nam gathered in Vientiane on Tuesday for the first Cambodia, Laos and Việt Nam Buddhist Leaders’ Conference, which aimed to strengthen co-operation in promoting Buddhism in the three countries.

How indigenous ‘vigilante’ grandfathers protect forest life

A group of elders, frustrated with state response, protect forest from looting against backdrop of rising deforestation.

More Southeast Asian Dam Disasters Likely Unless Funders Ensure Higher Standards

The Lao dam disaster in July that resulted in heavy flooding in two provinces that left at least 40 people dead and displaced 7,000 others has drawn both regional and international attention to the potential dangers of Southeast Asia’s current dam-building spree.

Cambodia, EU strive to educate Kingdom’s youth on environment

Climate change remains a global concern. Hence, Cambodia is striving to educate its youth to combat it and protect the environment.

China’s New Wildlife Import Policy Poses Fresh Dangers to Tigers And Rhinos

China’s decision to lift a ban on rhinoceros horn and tiger bone imports may now make the animals easier targets for poachers and black marketers, a number of wildlife conservation experts say.

AFF Suzuki Cup 2018: Cambodia eliminated despite Laos triumph

Cambodia have been eliminated from AFF Suzuki Cup 2018 with a game to spare despite recording a 3-1 win over Laos at the Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh.

AFF Suzuki Cup 2018: Keisuke Honda wants to bring change to Cambodia through football

Japan legend Keisuke Honda has not had a great start to his coaching career after seeing his Cambodia side lose their first two matches to Malaysia and Myanmar in the ongoing AFF Suzuki Cup 2018.

AFF Suzuki Cup 2018: Cambodia vs Laos, live stream, updates, when and where to...

Two teams still without points in the AFF Suzuki Cup clash as Cambodia host Laos at the National Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh.

How well can Keisuke Honda split his time between Cambodia and Melbourne Victory?

Keisuke Honda does not need to be on the same continent as the Cambodia national team to know that he has quite a job on his hands to take the Angkor Warriors forward.

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