Two soldiers are seriously injured after their motorbike hit a pick-up truck in Koh Kong.
Environmental activist Ouch Leng and his team are detained in Koh Kong under suspicion that they were on their way to join a protest.
A royal turtle once rescued from villagers who wanted to eat it was one of two handed over to a conservation centre.
Twenty-two NGOs release a joint statement demanding the release of two activists.
The state purchases a bridge in Koh Kong province from a firm belonging to tycoon senator Ly Yong Phat.
The Ministry of Land Management says 50 percent of land disputes have been resolved.
Conservationists install five signboards along the Sre Ambel River system to inform local communities about the risks facing the critically endangered Siamese crocodile.
A joint working group will continue its work on resolving land disputes for 540 families.
Two environmental activists with the NGO Mother Nature are charged with incitement to commit a felony and violation of privacy.
Two activists with the NGO Mother Nature have been detained for questioning after taking photos of sand dredging.
A woman has been killed by lightning as she sat under her house in Koh Kong province’s Botum Sakor district.
Cambodian vendors who cross the border to sell goods in Thailand stop after hearing about a possible counterfeit inspection.
The government will register more than 260,000 hectares of protected land.
The Ministry of Land Management has set up three working groups to allocate land plots to families in disputes with sugar companies.
Representatives for 175 families from Koh Kong province gather near Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house seeking intervention in land dispute.
A former senior government official with the Ministry of Public Works is being convicted for pocketing nearly $60,000 in fees.
Staff from the Koh Kong provincial hospital aid a woman who delivered her baby on a boat while trying to reach the clinic.
The government is to ask Thailand for help to build a hydropower plant in Koh Kong.
Koh Kong authorities urged 200 families in a decade-long dispute to prepare evidence.
Mr Vy said three boats also sank, two of which were later recovered. Eight fishermen were rescued but four are still unaccounted for.