Ith Reaksmey is pinning “education posters” to homes of abusive parents, he’s noticing a change.
Sar Kheng announces he is seeking ways to crush abuse of illegal substances among monks.
The National Police try to end fear as Facebook posts and kidnapping reports on the rise.
The Ministry of Social Affairs is delegating state-run centres to sub-national levels.
Cambodian Muslim medical volunteers are visiting a Muslim community to give free circumcisions to 100 boys.
Chinese firms meet with the government and NGOs to resolve investment project conflicts.
The Court of Appeals hears Tep Vanny’s case while 50 demonstrators gather to protest her innocence.
Authorities evacuate 190 households in four communes due to severe flooding.
Conservationists successfully fledge endangered stork chicks from 175 nests on the Tonle Sap Lake.
A drug dealer posts details of his stash on Facebook catching the attention of police.
A Thai court is sentencing ten Cambodian migrants to six years in prison for seeking employment on fake passports.
Police are looking for an unlicensed doctor whose patient died after giving her an injection.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court charged a 51-year-old man over the rape of his two stepdaughters.
Police are searching for a Chinese woman who disappeared in Preah Sihanouk province last week.
A Syrian woman to appear in court for stealing $500 from a grocery seller.
Rithy Panh’s film aimed at educating about one of the most notorious men in Cambodia’s history.
Minister of Labour hits back at critics claiming workers migrating is sign of weak job market.
Vietnamese rubber giant locked in dispute with 11 indigenous communities agrees to cede areas of spiritual significance.
Sar Kheng and president of Cambodian Bar Association agrees to four suggestions to help improve administration of justice.
Authorities evacuate 100 families in Preah Vihear province as rainstorms continued to add rising water levels.