The Phnom Penh Municipal Court has concluded its investigation into two criminal cases of incitement and insult against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
Interior Minister says the progress of issuing identification cards for citizens has been slow due to the country’s political situation.
A meeting with private security companies to maintaining security and public order.
City Hall says that traffic congestion in the capital remains a major problem because many people do not use public buses.
Deputy Prime Minister Men Sam An on Sunday called on Muslims in the Kingdom to oppose foreigners who meddle in Cambodia’s internal affairs and attempt to bring about a colour revolution.
The government condemns a suicide attack in Pulawama district of India’s Kashmir.
Labour Minister says Japan has agreed to allow Cambodians to be employed as full-time workers instead of as interns.
Hundreds of villagers in Khemarak Phoumint city are facing a water supply shortage.
A woman died and her four children fell ill after consuming poisonous puffer fish.
Two women are jailed by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court for fraudulently selling eight luxury cars they had hired.
A blacksmith is arrested for hacking a man in anger for looking at his face.
A Taiwanese man is jailed for 30 years for trafficking nearly four kilograms of meth.
City Hall today said that traffic congestion in the capital remains a major problem because many people do not use public buses.
The government today condemned a suicide attack in Pulawama district of India-administered Kashmir last week that killed at least 40 security officers.
A Taiwanese man was jailed for 30 years today for trafficking nearly four kilograms of methamphetamine in Phnom Penh.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court has concluded its investigation into two criminal cases of incitement and insulting against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
Fourty-seven Malaysian nationals accused of fraud and running an illegal gambling in Banteay Meanchay province yesterday left for their homeland after charges against them were dropped.
SsangYong recently establishes an additional showroom at the Russian Boulevard.
Khmer National United Party president Nhek Bun Chhay has warned party officials not to nominate relatives in the upcoming sub-national election.
The Royal Academy of Cambodia says the removal of the EBA would not be fair.
The United Kingdom will continue to support demining efforts until the last mine is cleared in the Kingdom, officials say.
Foreign Affairs Min. rebukes the US embassy for saying Sokha was arrested unjustly.
Public boards on the prohibition against buying and selling land in Angkor area.
Over 81,864 out of 182,673 foreigners are holding invalid Cambodian documents, report.
The Education Ministry launches the first of ten online learning centres, to encourage out-of-school youths to obtain certification.
Sanofi Cambodia organises a training on diabetes management in Advanced Part I.
A spokesman for the Supreme Council of Magistracy yesterday rejected reports that Phnom Penh Municipal Court director Taing Sunlay will be transferred to another post.
Nearly 30 workers at the Baihong Cambodia lighting factory faint.
A 32-year-old drug user was charged yesterday with killing a man after being cheated in a drug deal.
Four Vietnamese are charged with obstructing police work over the closure of their fish-farming operation on a state lake.