Battambang Provincial Court charges a 16-year-old girl with fraud for cheating the Ly Hour Money Transfer Company out of thousands of dollars.
The official Facebook page of Prime Minister Hun Sen reaches more than nine million “Likes” from people in Cambodia and abroad.
The Ministry of Health issues a statement saying 35 students who protested over their exam grades had simply failed.
Taking a little rest while waiting for customers to come in, Ly Gech, the owner of Men Fashion, a small shop in Phnom Penh, busies herself uploading her latest products onto her business’s Facebook page.
A lawyer representing the Prime Minister is summoned to discuss a defamation lawsuit.
A 24-year-old Buddhist monk is under investigation after sexual photos of him with a university student circulate on Facebook.
Facebook says that Russia-based operatives published about 80,000 posts.
An opposition CNRP councillor is under arrest after recording a video message telling the Prime Minister that he will never defect.
Facebook is testing dividing its News Feed in two, dividing commercial and personal posts.
A fortune teller is on trial for raping a garment worker who he told had “unlucky” breasts.
The Cambodian ambassador to South Korea asks for an apology from a woman who claims that he failed to help after her husband died.
The National Exam Committee changes medical school entrance exam qualifications.
Austria’s far-right Freedom Party says it expelled a local party official for hoarding Nazi memorabilia.
Kampong Cham police hunt a police colonel and son of a high-ranking immigration official over alleged involvement in defrauding 39 people.
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.