Phnom Penh Court grants bail to activist Kong Raiya.
A group of disabled women raised concerns over discrimination.
Discussions of a possible transit centre in Poipet for human trafficking victims.
International cooperation is crucial to helping safeguard and develop the Historic Site of Angkor.
PM urges more generous people to offer support to modernize Calmette Hospital.
Hun Many calls on youths to further distribute their roles in society’s development.
The Appeal Court upheld the sentence of Rath Rott Mony, found guilty of production of a sex trafficking documentary
PM: “Chapei Dang Veng’s songs…tell ancient and educational stories to people about virtue and culture.”
Grant will enable local farmers to get more income to escape poverty.
Mr Muth, 81, was charged for crime against humanity
FM Prak Sokhonn reiterates request for Sweden to continue aid for demining in Cambodia.
Two cooperative financing agreements signed worth $74 million.
Activist Kong Raiya, charged with incitement over sale of t-shirts bearing image and quotes of slain political analyst Kem Ley, released.
Foreign Affairs Minister holds bilateral meetings with his South Korean counterpart.
Corcoran: Australia is committed to continue aiding the Kingdom’s development.
National Police supports the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s measures.
Bun Rany urges all institutions to keep up efforts to prevent the spread of HIV.
Interior Ministry to review draft amendments to the Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organisations.
Gov’t to construct 2 new buildings for students studying outdoors in Preah Vihear.
Smart Axiata pledges $100,000 to raise awareness for the Kantha Bopha Foundation.
S Korean to help Cambodia study and formulate more provisions in the Labour Law.
The National Police has expressed support for Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s measures to put an end to violence and to restore public order.
PM Hun Sen replies to Trump saying that Cambodia and the US should restore trust.
Mekong countries are core development partners with S Korea: Moon Jae-in.
The King praises the gov’t for improving the lives of people with disabilities.
The future of the Kingdom’s economic development and its people’s fate depends on a new generation of young politicians.
Prisons Department dismisses Licadho’s report of violations of basic human rights.
An initiative to fast track measures to prevent or stop the spread of HIV.
Swedish ambassador lauds Kem Sokha as a human rights champion.
Authorities resolve a land dispute involving Memot Rubber Plantation Company.