Authorities Won’t Yet Reveal Reason for VN Airlines Crash

More than six months after the crash of a Vietnam Airlines jet near Pochentong Airport, Cam­bo­dian aviation authorities say they now know the cause...

CPP Rejects Delay in Polling, Asks Donors to Deliver Funds

The Cambodian People’s Party ended a four-day meeting Friday with former head of state Heng Samrin announcing that the party firmly opposes delaying the...

Funcinpec Wants T-Shirt Probe

What’s in a party name and logo? A potential political flap. Funcinpec party officials have accused an unidentified political group of illegally printing as...

Phnom Penh Residents Fear Return to Violence

Chan Satum said Friday night’s shooting has convinced him to close his small family restaurant at night, and rely instead on selling fruit during...

Police Turf War Blamed For Gunfire

Hard feelings between military police and anti-drug police, perhaps over recent drug crackdowns, were blamed for gunfire in downtown Phnom Penh on Friday night,...

Federation in Fiscal Scoring Slump

Cambodian Football Federation (CFF) officials are in a fiscal scoring slump, claiming a sponsorship agreement with Marlboro is unfairly depriving the league of revenue....

Law Abandons Domestic-Violence Victims

For Cambodian women who are victims of domestic violence, seeking legal assistance can be a daunting task. It can also be a lonely one,...

Restarting Cambodia’s Football Legacy

Compared with sacred events at such hallowed football shrines as Manchester’s “Old Trafford” or Aztec Stadium in Mexico City, weekend Marlboro League matches at...

A Chance to Heal Old Wounds

Deep inside the Vietnam Women’s Museum in the heart of Hanoi, down a dimly lit corridor, a spotlight illuminates a few scraggly strands of...

Rights Workers Question Hospitals’ Ethics

Sat Sokun was asleep Wednes­day when a stray bullet meant for a Funcinpec general slammed through the wall of her room and ended up...

‘Illegal’ Name Change Order Labeled a Blessing by Rainsy

Khmer Nation Party President Sam Rainsy said Thursday that a government action forcing him to change his party’s name was “a blessing in disguise.”...

Vannak Remains Imprisoned Despite Promise of Amnesty

Former Khmer Nation Party Security Chief Srun Von Vannak has yet to be released from prison, two months after Second Prime Hun Sen vowed...

‘Illegal’ Name Change Order Labeled a Blessing by Rainsy

Khmer Nation Party President Sam Rainsy said Thursday that a government action forcing him to change his party’s name was “a blessing in disguise.”...

Rights Workers Question Hospitals’ Ethics

Sat Sokun was asleep Wednesday when a stray bullet meant for a Funcinpec general slammed through the wall of her room and ended up...

Murders Fuel Fears of Political Violence

Fears mounted of an upsurge in political violence as news broke Thursday of the murder of another supporter of deposed first prime minister Prince...

Deadly Disease Hits Cambodia’s Young Men Most Often

pailin - Round drops of sweat and the feverish chills of malaria were not enough to keep 16-year-old Rhime Roan away from the main...