The Royal Microfinance Institution, Cambodia’s 50th microfinance provider, opened its doors yesterday.
Defense lawyers at the Tribunal yesterday attacked the judges, saying they held them in contempt and the proceedings were a mockery.
Five men, including four former security guards, were sentenced to seven years in prison yesterday by the Kandal Provincial Court for stealing a golden urn containing relics of the Buddha from a stupa atop Odong Mountain in December, 2013.
Voters will be able to instantly rate their lawmakers with a new program launched yesterday by the Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia (COMFREL).
The National Election Committee will hold a pilot project to register voters for the 2018 national election in November and it will take place in one commune of each of the country’s 25 provinces, the NEC said.
Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) lawmaker Um Sam An says he has discovered 26 “Bonne” maps at the Library of Congress in US capital Washington DC.
The opposition has accused Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government of a litany of sins, including ceding territory and allowing Vietnamese companies to exploit Cambodian resources.
Drug abuse is a widespread issue with few universal solutions. But one NGO’s methods of dealing with the problem are putting it at odds with the local community.
KANDAL, Cambodia, Aug. 27 (Xinhua) — A Cambodian court on Thursday sentenced five men to 7 years in prison each for stealing a golden urn containing relics of the Buddha from a mountaintop shrine in Udong Mountain in December, 2013.
PHNOM PENH, Aug. 27 (Xinhua) — The Royal Microfinance institution launched its operations in Cambodia on Thursday, bringing the total number of micro-lenders in the kingdom to 50.
As the newest “The Place Club” fitness center enters its third month in Toul Kork, a technical program targeting the busy lifestyle is being introduced into Cambodia.
The Kampot Provincial Court on Monday ordered the release of British national Nicholas Laycock, who was accused of rape, after his co-workers and friends presented what they said was “overwhelming evidence…
Defense lawyers stormed out of the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday, forcing the hearing to be adjourned until today.
The Department of Immigration conducted a raid yesterday on a construction site in the capital near Wat Phnom. In all, officials checked 61 workers for valid permits.
Local authorities are claiming that villagers in the Techo Pongrok Village in Kampot province have encroached on an economic land concession in the area, which is southwest of the capital.
In the face of growing criticism and calls for a boycott of their services, Virak Buntham bus company has offered compensation to a customer who says he was robbed on a Siem Reap to Sihanoukville sleeper bus.
Private universities in the Kingdom will have more competition as the Education Ministry laid out plans yesterday to open more vocational schools to deal with the unprecedented number of graduating high school students.
Deforestation and stripping of the land in protected areas is worse than ever before in Stung Treng and Rattanakiri, a group representing major NGOs said yesterday.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday lambasted opposition leader Sam Rainsy’s accusation that the 2013 election was riddled with irregularities.
Ten South Koreans were sentenced to one year in prison yesterday after a judge found that they developed a technology that allows incoming and outgoing calls to bypass Telecommunications Ministry servers.
Villagers in Preak Russey have learned that red means arsenic. Many of the groundwater wells in Kandal province are painted with cherry-red “X”s to warn residents that the water contains…
With many students failing last year, exam takers have better hopes of passing as they have made more of an effort to study for the exams.