An accident on Friday evening (April 19) on the outskirts of Sihanoukville involving a minivan, fully loaded and passengered, killed two people and injured 20, seven seriously.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has written a letter to French Prime Minister Edouard Phillippe to offer his sympathy to the French government and people over the destruction of the 850 year-old ironic cathedral, Notre Dame de Paris, destroyed by an extensive fire on Monday, April 15.
Police in Preah Sihanouk Province arrested six protestors on the second day of their setting up a roadblock on National Road 4; two were arrested yesterday (April 18).
Hang Chuon Naron, the Minister of Education, Youth and Sport, issued guidelines to students and their parents on April 18 regarding health care and disease prevention during the upcoming heat wave.
The National Election Committee (NEC) has given its approval to political parties that are registered for the sub-national elections to campaign from May 17- 24. Cambodia’s third provincial, municipal, and district council elections are on May 26.
More than a hundred were destroyed or damaged by storm winds in Banteay Meanchey and Siem Reap provinces during the Khmer New Year holidays.
PM says that Khmer New Year ended happily and fruitfully and wishes that all travellers return home safely.
Khmer New Year festivities in the provinces were very well attended, very successful, and without negative incidents of any magnitude.
National Police state that they tallied 109 traffic accidents nationwide during Khmer New Year.
10 fires reported during Khmer New Year, consuming eight houses, a timber warehouses, a stall, and a eucalyptus trees plantation.
The former Phnom Penh governor and CPP lawmaker, Pa Socheatvong, was appointed as advisor to the Prime Minister barely a month after resigning from the National Assembly.
The National Police’s Traffic Police and Public Order Department reported today (April 16) that 82 traffic accidents occurred in the Kingdom from April 13 to 15.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday, via a Facebook post on April 15, praised the authorities who’d organized the Maha Sangran celebrations.
United States thanks Cambodia for help locating and recovering the remains of US soldiers missing since Vietnam War.
Cambodian people over the country and who are live abroad are preparing to welcome upcoming New Year, the year of the pig.
Hun Sen says that Vietnam has decided to provide an additional 50MW to Cambodia.
Owner and six other staff were sent to court for allegedly providing the site for drug usages.
Chen Dehai says he looks forward to closer cooperation between Tourism Ministry of Cambodia and ACC.
Khuong Sreng dismisses allegations that the government providing free bus rides for people during Khmer New Year is a tactic to buy votes.
The Khmer Sight Foundation is addressing the chronic shortage of ophthalmologists in Cambodia.
The US is slammed over its alleged involvement in the ousting Prince Sihanouk.
Police arrested nine Vietnamese women and two clients at a coffee shop which offered massage and sex services.
Kingdom gets ready to celebrate Khmer New Year, or Sankranta Chhnam Thmei.
Kandal Provincial Court yesterday charged a 34-year-old-man with repeatedly raping his nine-year-old sister-in-law.
Interior Minister orders traffic police to take sterner action against traffic law violators.
Gen Hun Manet says Cambodia-US military relations will strengthen both armies.
New guidelines on transportation of pigs and pork products to avoid spread of ASF.
Cintri, the company handling rubbish disposal, will give its workers four days off during Khmer New Year.
The government held a press conference to defend its track record on labour rights by highlighting better livelihoods.
Municipal police arrested 50 people, including 12 women, in an anti-drug raid.