Tennessee man convicted in killing of pawn shop owner

A Tennessee man has been sentenced to life in prison for the fatal shooting of a pawn shop owner more than five years ago.

Inside one family’s fight to stop a loved one’s deportation

When we first interviewed Elizabeth Chan, she was standing in front of San Francisco’s immigration building, saying goodbye to her only son. She’s been fighting his deportation order ever since and told us how that fight has changed her.

Cambodia seizes 83 containers of trash at seaport

Eighty-three containers of plastic waste imported into Cambodia were found at the Sihanoukville Autonomous Port on Tuesday, a spokesman said.

Cambodian deputy PM visits construction site of China-funded medical building

Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Yim Chhay Ly on Tuesday visited the construction site of a new building at the Cambodia-China Friendship Preah Kossamak Hospital here.

U.S. House Bill on Cambodia an “Act Against Peace,” Cambodian Official Says

The bill was introduced in January by a Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) following Cambodian government crackdowns on civil society groups, independent media, and opposition politicians.

Hun Sen’s Man in Washington (State)

Cambodia’s strongman has found an unlikely American voice.

US House adopts law to target Cambodia

The resolution awaits Senate approval to force Cambodia to allow dissent and free elections.

Workers gather at Ministry of Labour

More than 100 tourism, service industry and agriculture workers gathered in front of the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training on Russian Boulevard on Monday to demand improved conditions as had been experienced in the garment sector.

Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam intensify tourism connectivity

The building of a plan on tourism development at the Cambodia-Laos-Vietnam Development Triangle Area was the main topic of a seminar in Pleiku city, the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai, on July 15.

“Zero-dollar” tour operators blamed for slump in arrivals to Angkor: minister

Cambodian Tourism Minister Thong Khon has pinned the blame on "zero-dollar" tour companies for a slump in foreign tourists to the famed Angkor Archeological Park and vowed to take action against them.

A travel-inspired pop-up bar will serve global cocktails downtown

The Foreign Correspondents Club pays tribute to a historic Cambodian watering hole.

Cambodian Killing Fields to Longview lemonade stand

Savan Kong was a year old when his family fled the killing fields of Cambodia and was granted asylum in the United States.

Singer-Composer Bosba Panh to Research Cambodian Ensemble

Bosba Panh began singing when she was seven.

Australia to bolster Cambodia clean water

Australia and Cambodia have launched a utility program aimed at improving access to clean water for up to one million people in this Southeast Asian country, which suffered severe shortages earlier this year.

Tonle Sap Lake: Conserving Cambodia’s fish factory

Home to more than 3 million people, the Tonle Sap floodplain supports one of the world’s most productive freshwater fisheries.

Cambodia aims to ban imports of non-recyclable waste

Cambodia could soon become the next Asian country to reject the importation of rubbish from overseas, despite suggestions from the private sector that Cambodia could burn waste to produce electricity.

Cambodia hopes to learn from PH’s SEAG hosting

For many countries, the Philippines will serve as a role model on how it prepared and hosted the many events of the 30th Southeast Asian Games.

Seven Things We’ve Learned About JoJo McIntosh

As players take their final breaks before training camp, we will take a look back at the new faces from this offseason and what we've learned about them, football and otherwise, so far.

City boy cycles from Bangkok to Cambodia

An avid Cyclist and member of Ranchi cycling Club, kanishka Poddar, recently rode his cycle from Bangkok in Thailand to Phnom Penh in Cambodia, covering over 1,000 kilometres in three weeks.

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