PHNOM PENH, Nov. 11, (Khmer Times) – A young girl, who calls herself Lina Kmeng Lngoung on her Facebook page, was found hung in her room in Toul Tom Poung commune, Chamkarmon district by her neighbors early Tuesday afternoon.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 11, (Khmer Times) – King Norodom Sihamoni extinguished the victory torch on Tuesday to end celebrations to commemorate the 61st anniversary of Cambodia’s independence from France.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 11, (Khmer Times) – Seven Boeung Kak residents arrested yesterday were each sentenced to one year in prison and fined nearly $500 for impeding traffic.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 11, (Khmer Times) – A young man who attempted to rescue two women from a burning home has died from the serious burns he sustained, according to a Dangkor district police officer.
PHNOM PENH, Nov.11, (Khmer Times) – Cambodian People’s Party lawmaker Chheang Vun has called for new regulations controlling the employment of relatives of members of the National Assembly (NA).
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 11, (Khmer Times) – A Sihanoukville policeman was crushed to death when a truck carrying a shipping container overturned last night.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 11, (Khmer Times) – 126 new cases of HIV/AIDS have been reported so far this year, according to the National AIDS Authority of Cambodia (NAA) third-quarter report.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 11, (Khmer Times) – The first Cambodian-American to be elected to the US Congress has thanked the voters who elected him.
PHNOM PENH, Nov.11, (Khmer Times) – At least 48 people died and 210 were injured – half of them seriously – in the 104 traffic accidents reported during this year’s Water Festival.
During the five-day Water Festival period, almost 100 major traffic accidents in Cambodia killed 46 people and seriously injured 93, according to the National Police.
After being cancelled for three years, one of Cambodia’s biggest celebrations returned to the capital last week.
Traditionally a time for small businesses to make money, after a three-year hiatus the return of the Water Festival produced mixed results this year.
An army of genetically modified mosquitos, bred by the British biotech firm Oxitec, will soon be released into the Brazilian wild in an effort to fight dengue fever.
The first Cambodian-American legislator to be elected in the U.S hopes to be a unifying and inspiring voice within his splintered community.
China has agreed to provide grants and loans of at least $500 million annually to help Cambodia’s social and economic development.
As arguments about nepotism in the National Assembly (NA) rage, Civil Society Organizations have recommended conflict of interest legislation for national institutions.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 10, (AKP)– The high-ranking Cambodian delegation led by Prime Minister Hun Sen returned home safely Sunday after attending the Dialogue on Strengthening Connectivity Partnership and the APEC CEO Summit 2014 held on Nov.
It has been a decade since Angelina Jolie and the Tomb Raider movie franchise introduced Cambodia to international audiences, and the Kingdom’s film industry is now reaping the benefits.
Teng Vanthorn has peddled thousands of kilometers as a cyclo driver, but now he is on the road to nowhere.
Forrest Curran, the founder of the Purple Buddha Project, has turned weapons of destruction into beautiful pieces of unique jewelry.
Himawari Hotel Apartments’ Sunflower Ballroom was transformed into a huge Halloween playground for children and adults alike.
The government projects that Cambodia’s strong economic growth will continue through 2015 while lower world oil prices should help to reduce inflationary pressure.
Thousands of new local and foreign-owned businesses have opened in Cambodia this year as investors respond favorably to the Kingdom’s political stability and attractive business climate, a commerce ministry official said on Monday.
BEIJING, Nov. 9 (Xinhua) — China and its neighbors pledged on Saturday to enhance connectivity and deepen practical cooperation to seek Asia’s common development. Chinese President Xi Jinping, along with leaders of seven other neighboring countries…