The Kratie Provincial Court is releasing on bail a man charged with incitement over a video clip of him insulting Hun Sen.
Khut Samkhan asks to have his deputy removed over comments on flooding.
Hun Sen takes the US Embassy to task for posting an image of a red herring on its Facebook page.
A former Social Affairs secretary of state denies wrongdoing in the case.
Three construction workers were yesterday arrested after posting their drug smoking activities on their Facebook pages.
Four senior members of the CNRP are allegedly on a court blacklist for collusion.
Secretary of State for Social Affairs Ahmad Yahya has been removed from his post.
A Khmer Muslim woman arrives back in Cambodia after being forced to work for no pay for a family in Saudi Arabia.
Sam Rainsy is accusing Prime Minister Hun Sen of attempting to stage a constitutional coup.
Cambodia denies allowing Yingluck Shinawatra to transit through the country en route to Dubai.
Two men are sentenced to five years for forging Hun Sen’s signature.
A convict escapes from Prey Veng prison and the prison director is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to his recapture.
Military officials express outrage for photograph showing Tea Banh’s death.
The manager of a KTV makes her first court appearance for theft and defamation.
Math Sanas, who posted her plight on Facebook, will return home.
The main purpose of KJEL is to create fun content for everyone to enjoy, while promoting individual artists.
A Cambodian Muslim woman is seeking help to return home by posting a video on Facebook.
Facebook launched a sneaky photo-sharing app in China, giving it a small taste of the massive market’s potential.
Cambodian lawyers hit out at an officer from the Finance Ministry after comparison to cows.
The project serves as an educational platform, promoting public speaking and reading, and encouraging others to do what it takes to reach their goals.