The Information Ministry today denied accusations made by Radio Free Asia that the government forced the closure of the radio station, resulting in the termination of its journalists.
Cambodia set out its case yesterday in the row with the US over repatriating people convicted of crimes after Washington slapped travel bans on senior officials.
For the city’s homeless, Phnom Penh’s busy intersections, pagodas, markets and tourist sites are places of work.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry lashes out at the United Nations after criticism of the government’s crackdown on media.
Former minister Chhang Song returns from California and speaks with Khmer Times.
The Transport Ministry asks all transport companies not to hike fees over Pchum Ben.
Authorities and Mines and Energy attempt to compensate people to vacate their land.
The National Election Committee expresses concern over low turnout for voter registration.
The Minister of Water Resources warns tour boat operators and fishermen to be careful of coming a typhoon.
Police arrest a man accused of stabbing dead a mother of three in over a money.
A military officer is under arrest for beating his wife and stepdaughter.
Three women and a man are under arrest for trafficking more than three kilos of crystal methamphetamine.
Five karaoke parlours are temporarily closed in Por Senchey after night-time breakdowns in security and public order.
Government officials have again denied claims that former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra fled her country via Cambodia.
The closure of Radio Free Asia has prompted outcry from civil society groups, who warn of stifling freedom of expression.
Cambodia and China will set up a think-tank charged with preventing colour revolutions.
The US issues a travel warning for Cambodia and has barred top Cambodian officials from non-diplomatic visits to America.
Authorities block the CNRP from holding a ceremony to commemorate the victims of the deadly 1997 grenade attack.
The Ministry of Environment plans to inspect more than 110 factories and enterprises in Phnom Penh and Kandal province.
A disgraced former police chief is on trial over a 2007 charge for possession of $30,000 in counterfeit money.