Warrants Issued for 8 Former Cambodian Opposition Leaders Charged With Treason

The warrants were issued shortly after Sam Rainsy made a public statement pledging to return to Cambodia despite the threat of arrest.

Mercer ranks Phnom Penh last among ASEAN cities for personal safety

Cambodian capital Phnom Penh has been deemed the worst city in East and Southeast Asia for personal safety according to Mercer’s latest quality of living index.

South Korea’s President mixes up Cambodia and Taiwan

Blue House acknowledged mistake as Moon visited Cambodia.

Cambodia strengthens military ties with the US

Cambodia and the US on Tuesday signed a bilateral military cooperation agreement covering this year and next, with the aim of strengthening ties in...

Warrants Issued for 8 Former Cambodian Opposition Leaders Charged With Treason

The warrants were issued shortly after Sam Rainsy made a public statement pledging to return to Cambodia despite the threat of arrest.

‘Rainsy deserves pardon and title’

Social and political analyst Lao Mong Hay on Tuesday called on King Norodom Sihamoni and Queen Mother Norodom Monineath to grant Cambodia National Rescue Party (CRNP) co-founder Sam Rainsy a royal pardon.

China and Cambodia Hold Their Biggest Military Exercise Yet

The latest iteration of Exercise Golden Dragon is yet another sign of their deepening military cooperation.

GDT requires tax invoice amounts shown in local riel

The General Department of Taxation (GDT) has ordered that all taxpayers show the total amount of their tax invoices in Cambodian riel. The change will come into effect on April 1.

EU Delegation Meets Cambodian Ministers to Discuss Trade Status Amid Democratic Rollbacks

A European Union delegation met with top officials in Cambodia Wednesday to discuss whether the Southeast Asian nation should continue to enjoy preferential trade terms with the bloc amid rollbacks on democracy, even as Prime Minister Hun Sen ordered “attacks” on the country’s opposition.

Child Loses Arm in Cambodia Brick Factory

A few seconds were all that it took to change ten-year-old Srey Pheak’s life forever. When she reached into the brick machine to clean off some clay, she got trapped. The machine quickly pulled her arm in, like it would with clay, and crushed it.

SBS licences documentary which commemorates Pol Pot victims

Director-producer Aviva Ziegler’s feature documentary Wandering Souls will screen on SBS and at Australian and international film festivals following the world premiere last week at the Cambodia International Film Festival.

Panel Discusses the Role of Arts in Post-Conflict Healing Process

The discussion also marked the opening of an exhibition, “Four decades since the fall of the Khmer Rouge.”

Why South Cambodia’s Lush Private Islands and Luxurious Jungle Camps Should Be A Part...

As an optimistic young generation strives to move on from decades of genocide and civil war, a new swath of this this bewitching Southeast Asian kingdom is opening up. Charles Graeber, who first traveled to Cambodia in the 1990s, discovers a new side of the south.

Cheap, clean and efficient: The firm leading Cambodia’s solar revolution

Sitting in her bright and airy 17th floor office, Rithya Menon, Okra Smart Solar’s lead firmware engineer, checks the frequently updating data telling her everything about how well their community services are operating.

Cambodia suspends licences of 90 mining companies

The Ministry of Mines and Energy suspended the licences of 90 mining companies across Kampong Speu province for a week for failing to properly repair and water roads, tormenting residents with clouds of dust.

Drought warning leads Cambodian government to tell rice farmers not to plant

Water shortages have been reported in 16 Cambodian provinces. El Niño is behind higher-than-average temperatures. About 75 per cent of Cambodia is farmland, devoted mostly to growing rice. The authorities hand out fertiliser and water to affected communities.

Arnold urges Olyroos: Beat Cambodia and stake your claim for Socceroos

National team boss Graham Arnold has challenged his Olyroo squad not just to get the job done when they take on the Keisuke Honda-coached Cambodia in Friday night's opening Olympic qualifier in Phnom Penh.

Cambodia’s trailblazing tennis ace

Tennis Cambodia’s very own, Ho Sreynoch, the standout tennis player from the Schools Tennis Program in Sunrise Children’s Village in Kandal Province, became the first Tennis Cambodia representative to take part in the annual STEP Asian Youth Leaders Sports Camp organised by Sports Singapore from March 8-17.

Why Cambodia is more important for Australia than the A-League

A-League clubs have lost some key players at a crucial time in the season to play in the Under-23 Championship qualifiers this week, but this momentary pain for the league could result in significant future gain for Australian football.

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