PHNOM PENH, Dec.24, (Khmer Times) – Villagers in Preah Vihear Province have been urged to accept the government’s solution to their ongoing land dispute.
PHNOM PENH, Dec.24, (Khmer Times) – Vendors and business owners in the Kampong Speu Market area of Chbar Mon want the government and the National Assembly (NA) to stop the planned relocation of the taxi stand at the market.
PHNOM PENH, Dec. 24, (Khmer Times) — Thai Defense Minister Prawit Wongsuwon apologized Wednesday for Cambodians shot to death, or injured, by Thai soldiers on the two nation’s border. He called the shootings accidental.
The US government announced today that it would provide an additional $43.5 million in funding to Cambodia in 2015.
PHNOM PEHN, Dec. 23, (Khmer Times) – The European Union (EU) has offered over $500 million in aid to Cambodia over the cooperation period 2014 to 2020.
PHNOM PENH, Dec. 23, (Khmer Times) – Senior officials of the Communist Party of China (CPC) said that they will continue to support the Funcinpec party even though they have no seats in the National Assembly any longer.
PHNOM PENH, Dec. 23, (Khmer Times) — The ruling party and the oppostion party find no consensus on where, in the provinces, to set up the polling stations for the next election.
Cambodia Bayon Airlines (CBA) officially became the Kingdom’s newest airline Tuesday morning, after receiving an Air Operators Certificate (AOC) from the State Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SSCA).
PHNOM PENH, Dec. 23, (Khmer Times) – Participants at the Youth Conference on Policy Development and Open Government Partnership (OGP) have called on the government to join the organization.
PHNOM PENH, Dec.23, (Khmer Times) – A US citizen is under arrest for brutally assaulting a Khmer man in a guesthouse in Sihanoukville. The victim, Neang Sarin, 29, later died of his injuries in a Phnom Penh hospital.
PHNOM PENH, Dec.23, (Khmer Times) – An American citizen wanted in the US for a string of sexual assaults on children has been deported from the Kingdom.
Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha has denied that a Cambodian woman was killed after unknowingly crossing the border into Thailand.
In the early hours of Monday, a gunman near Wat Phnom tried to intimidate a group of reporters by firing three shots in the air. Then, his friends beat the reporters.
Villagers in a northern Phnom Penh neighborhood were sifting through the ashes Monday after a suspicious fire destroyed 26 houses in an area reportedly mapped out for a road expansion.
Thai Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Prawit Wongsuwan will lead a military delegation to pay a two-day official visit to Cambodia on Dec.
Pressure is mounting on fugitive tycoon Thong Sarath, who is believed to be behind the assassination of a businessman in Phnom Penh last month.
Foreign aid groups should plan to step back to allow Cambodia groups to gradually take charge, according to Oxfam in Cambodia, one of the first aid groups to arrive here in the early 1980s, after the Khmer Rouge collapse.
Two clean election groups are promoting their digital voter registration system for use in Cambodia’s next general election, in 2018.
If I were to name one thing that no word or description can do justice to explaining its meaning, it would be art.
Yangon is one of Southeast Asia’s best-kept secrets. The former capital city of Myanmar is located in the lower region of the country and has emerged from a decades-old, self-imposed international exile.
Cambodian prosecutor charged an unlicensed medical practitioner with murder on Monday, alleging he spread HIV among at least 106 villagers in Roka, a village near Battambang.
Emotional is the only word that can be used to describe Him Sophy’s album, “A Memory From Darkness.” The composition for piano, cello and violin took him 23 years to complete and was influenced by his experiences during the Khmer Rouge era.