Four suspects are charged for cheating over $1.1 million from a property businessman.
A 41-year-old French-Cambodian man is arrested for using counterfeit currency.
Prime Minister Hun Sen defended Chinese companies that employed Chinese workers at their construction sites.
The Quick Reaction Unit releases a video accusing the KNLF of colluding with Rainsy.
Chairman of the Guangxi meets with PM at the Peace Palace to discuss economic ties.
Prime Minister Hun Sen will attend the 32nd Asean Summit in Singapore beginning.
Two provincial governors are due to be replaced this week after PM said that inactive officials will be excluded.
The Anti-Corruption Unit announces the result of its investigation into slow work by Department of Identification officials.
The Health Ministry and the National Centre for Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control will investigate to find cases of tuberculosis.
The government calls to help make Cambodia a malaria-free country.
Several confederations and unions will celebrate International Labour Day next week.
The Court of Appeal finisheds hearing the testimony of security guards who clashed with opposition party protesters.
Court extends the deadline for an injunction issued against the Phnom Penh Post.
The Preah Sihanouk department of culture is investigating the origin of a statue.
Camcontrol and Meanchey officials shut down a condiment factory in Phnom Penh.
Chumnoab authorities have started to dismantle the Areng Valley community office.
A Chinese businessman is arrested for allegedly forcing Cambodian waitresses to sex.
Siem Reap city police are looking for suspects involved in the murder of an auto parts dealer in the province.
Military police are seeking information leading to the arrest of a soldier suspected of shooting dead his wife.
Eleven suspected motorcycle thieves, including three women, are charged for stealing motorbikes in the capital.