Over the past few weeks I have discussed hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol and heart disease. So now we will look at some factors of these diseases.
In less than three months, SilkAir will reach its 22nd year of service to Phnom Penh, the business hub of Cambodia, and its 14th year of expansion to Siem Reap province, servicing the country’s northwest.
Whether a traveller is a seasoned veteran seeking the next great adventure, or the first timer venturing to points unknown, the long lonesome road exists in every land.
His artwork will transport you to a galaxy far, far away. 34-year-old Thai artist and printmaker Jitti Jumnianwai’s latest exhibition “Robots” opened last night at cultural hotspot, Chinese House.
Battambang provincial police arrested a man for possession of $670.50 worth of drugs, including more than 1,788 methamphetamine pills, which he allegedly transported from Banteay Meanchey to Battambang.
At Aeon Mall’s Major Cineplex crowds are flocking to see Hercules at Cambodia’s first 4DX theater, a hall complete with moving chairs, scent triggers and wind blowers.
A tray of scattered papaya and a mound of ripe oranges sit in front of Oun Yan, 76, at Boueng Keng Kak market.
PHNOM PENH Aug. 7 (Khmer Times) – For historians, a black hole yawns in modern Cambodian history. This is the decade after Vietnamese troops expelled the Khmer Rouge from Phnom Penh, on January 7,…
Almost four decades after their atrocities, two aging Khmer Rouge leaders were convicted Thursday of crimes against humanity and sentenced to life imprisonment.
Two top leaders of the Khmer Rouge, Nuon Chea, 88, and Khieu Samphan, 83, were found guilty of crimes against humanity, in a verdict delivered Thursday morning by the UN assisted genocide tribunal, ECCC.
Looking beyond Thursday’s convictions of two top Khmer Rouge leaders for crimes against humanity, Cambodia and the United Nations are reviewing financing needs for the war crimes tribunal to continue.
No more voluntary donations to Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, the capital’s major tourist destination and a symbol of the Khmer Rouge atrocities, as of August 1, 2014.
PHNOM PENH, Aug. 7 (Khmer Times/Xinhua) – Cambodia’s economy is forecasted to grow by 7. 5 percent in 2014.
The ban on the Freedom Park was lifted by Phnom Penh Municipality. This morning police were seen removing razor wire barriers and loading them into their trucks.
A woman was shot and killed by an unidentified gunman this morning in Kakap commune, Por Senchey District, Phnom Penh.
Prime Minister Hun Sen reacted to Thai media [The Nation] reporting that his eldest son, Hun Manet, will be his successor as Prime Minister.
The monk, Thean Vuthy, who is being investigated for propagating that he is the fifth and final Buddha, went to clarify his case with provincial authorities at Kandal province Wednesday.
Projects to stop the spreading of HIV, Tuberculosis, Malaria, and other diseases are in danger of being underfinanced if the Global Fund reduces its donations.
On Tuesday morning, about 100 villagers marched to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house to call on him to intervene in their land dispute.
The construction of new headquarters of Cambodia Securities Exchange Co., Ltd. (CSX) located in Daun Penh district is taking much longer to complete than planned.
A new study warns that a strain of drug-resistant malaria is on the loose in Cambodia and other South-east Asian regions.
iMove, a new campaign against corruption for poverty reduction in Cambodia, was launched by the Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC) Tuesday.
Heng Samrin, president of the National Assembly and honorary president of the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) met with the other lawmakers to be sworn in at the Royal Palace.
The head of the monitoring section of the Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC), Ny Chakrya, said today that they will focus on the internal regulations of the National Assembly.
The unions have decided to set their demand for minimum wages for factory workers at $177.
Fifty-five Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) parliamentarians-elect are to be sworn in Tuesday at 16:00 at the Royal Palace.
The national high school exam was held Monday with participation and observation by 26,000 education officers and 2,000 independent observers from the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) as planned.
More than 41 households and 210 people were evacuated from their villages in Stung Treng province following heavy rainfall and flooding from the Mekong River, according to government officials.