PHNOM PENH, Nov. 16, (Khmer Times) – Geeks in Cambodia, a blog that was created a year ago to bring attention to local technology start-ups, is attracting more interest from foreign investors.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 15 (Khmer Times) – Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen returned from Myanmar on Thursday after attending the 25th ASEAN Summit on November 12 and 13, where he met with key leaders from other countries.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 15, (Khmer Times) – A man was found dead by his daughter at his house at Peam Sala village, Saang Phnom commune, in Kandal province, at around 7:00am today.
PHNOM PENH, Nov.15, (Khmer Times) – The family of Ophélie Begnis, a 25-year-old French woman who was brutally killed last year in Kampot, is asking for renewed investigations into her death.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 15, (Khmer Times) – In a significant coup for Cambodia’s tourism industry, the Minister of Tourism has announced that the Kingdom will host the first-ever international conference on tourism and culture early in 2015.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 15, (Khmer Times) –The Royal Government of Cambodia has now issued approximately 3.7 million land titles to people across the country, according to the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction.
Justice Minister Ang Vong Vathana and Phnom Penh Municipal Court President Ang Mealatey have been challenged about the wave of arrests that have seen 15 opposition activists imprisoned over the past week.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 14, (Khmer Times) – The largest IT, electronics and telecom exhibition in Cambodia opened its doors Friday.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 14, (Khmer Times) – The Royal Government of Cambodia needs to do more to help children with disabilities, according to representatives of Unicef who met today in Phnom Penh.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 14, (Khmer Times) – Sam Rainsy, President of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), has intervened again to seek the release of imprisoned CNRP official Meach Sovannara.
PHNOM PENH, Nov. 14, (Khmer Times) – A fire broke out this morning near the Orussey Market, burning out a second floor apartment.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is a creation by the Zionist regime of Israel, which aims to create a bigger empire for itself. That is the view of a Phnom Penh-educated Arabist.
Heang Sokea is living the dream of every hardworking Cambodian woman by running her own business.
Cambodia’s government promised to provide $1.15 million to pay salaries of Cambodian staff working at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal to the end of this year, according to Extraordinary Chambers in…
Thai police have banned a British journalist’s book about politics in Thailand for “defaming” the monarchy, an official said Thursday, in a country with one of the world’s strictest lese majeste laws.
The Khmer Rouge Tribunal is helping to teach Cambodian judges and lawyers how courts should function in a free society.
Breakfast in Saigon, and lunch in Phnom Penh? Sok Siphana says this will soon be the reality for drivers of 18-wheel trucks that will ply the highways and bridges now…
The Cambodian Government has called on tourism ministers from across the world to attend the inaugural UN World Tourism and Culture Conference in Siem Reap next year.
The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) regrets the Cambodian government’s decision to increase the monthly minimum wage for the garment sector to $128 for 2015, up 28 percent from the current $100.
These are challenging times for Anton Isselhardt, the German-born director of Cambodia’s International Music Festival.
Kem Ley decided to set up a rival political group, Khmer for Khmer, after the Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP) ended its one year boycott of parliament in July, a high-profile CNRP supporter said.
Adrien Guigon and Chloé Jarry specialize in turning the most unusual items into stunning art pieces. The French artists have worked with cardboard, tiles, fire extinguishers and other daily life items into artworks.