Prime Minister Hun Sen brushes aside any potential concern over the US cutting funding to the country over the recent dissolution of the opposition CNRP.
The Interior Ministry asked the National Treasury General Department to stop paying the CNRP’s commune councilors’ monthly salary.
The official Facebook page of Prime Minister Hun Sen reaches more than nine million “Likes” from people in Cambodia and abroad.
Prime Minister Hun Sen weighs in on a draft agricultural land law which has led to farmer protests and calls for it to be dropped.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has donated an additional $20,000 toward the construction of a stupa for slain political analyst Kem Ley.
The government changes the date of the Senate election while the CNRP waits for a verdict from the Supreme Court.
Vath Chamroeun, the Secretary-General of the National Olympic Committee, denies a report that Cambodia had shelved its plans to host the 2023 Southeast Asia Games.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and opposition leader Kem Sokha accuse one another of breaching the Paris Peace Accords.
Cambodia will cooperate when the United States lifts the ban on visas.
Mr Hun Sen firmly believed that Mr Trump would be more rational, practical and supportive of global peace and stability in order to promote economic development.
Hun Sen warns Cambodians in America to be mindful of their security following the deadliest mass shooting on US soil in modern history.
At every turn, Cambodia is shifting toward China for aid as it rebuffs the US, which Prime Minister Hun Sen says is behind a plot to overthrow his regime.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has tells garment workers not to demand an excessive increase in the minimum wage.
Hun Sen slams political analysts, arguing they should learn about the role of the Constitutional Council before giving advice.
The Kratie Provincial Court is releasing on bail a man charged with incitement over a video clip of him insulting Hun Sen.
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.
Authorities and Mines and Energy attempt to compensate people to vacate their land.
Cambodia will host the China-Asean Expo showcasing business opportunities and attract more investment and tourists from China.
Hun Sen takes the US Embassy to task for posting an image of a red herring on its Facebook page.
The owner and publisher of the shuttered Cambodia Daily newspaper has issued a letter of apology to Prime Minister Hun Sen.