After listening to diners at the table next to hers speculate about how her father had found “such a young prostitute,” Anya Minko snapped. “He’s my dad, you perverts!” she yelled.
Cambodia has once again asked the Indian government to stop construction of a large-scale replica of Angkor Wat temple, this time through its departing Ambassador Dinesh K. Patnaik.
Defense Minister Tea Banh met Malaysia’s army chief, Raja Mohamed Affandi bin Raja Mohamed Noor, yesterday to discuss ways to improve military ties between the two countries.
The Royal Academy of Cambodia border research team said yesterday the maps showing the country’s borders being used by the government and the opposition were identical.
Giant blue ants that are smart enough to form lines to transport their prey may sound like science fiction.
Three lawmakers from the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) will discuss their objections to the Law on Associations and NGOs at the Constitutional Council today, CNRP lawmaker Son Chhay said.
Terrified and crying as he was sent into the jungle, Lat Souy was forced to join the ranks of the Khmer Rouge military when he was only 15 in 1975.
Rights group Licadho has welcomed an announcement from the Interior Ministry that conditions at prisons, social rehabilitation centers and drug rehabs will be improved to ensure that the rights of…
The team of academics investigating various maps delineating Cambodia’s borders aims to provide the public with clear, independent and reliable information, Sok Touch, the group’s founder, told Khmer Times.
The film “Blood in Dispute” premiered at Legend Cinema in Toul Kork on Saturday. This is the first joint production between Cambodia Television Network (CTN) and the Philippines’ Global Media Arts (GMA) Network.
The Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone’s planned expansion in Poipet will target automotive parts manufacturers, hoping to draw in more European investors as well as Japanese manufacturers operating in Thailand.
As the Khmer Rouge Tribunal resumed its hearings yesterday, the Court heard testimony from witness Kan Tol about his time as a squad supervisor on the Trapeang Thma Dam worksite.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party yesterday provided a Royal Academy of Cambodia research group with 26 maps brought to Cambodia from France by CNRP President Sam Rainsy.
Sam Rainsy, president of the opposition Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP), has yet to set a date for his return to the Kingdom, party spokesman Ou Chanrith said yesterday.
New houses built for 100 families who were pushed off of their land by the construction of the Sesan Krom II Dam have been slammed as substandard by the Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (Adhoc).
For Sam Phat and her family, the decision 10 years ago to plant rubber trees on their hectare of land was an easy one. Because of booming demand, mostly from China, rubber prices were high, and the startup cost of planting trees was low.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) is working to shore up support among women voters after Prime Minister Hun Sen swore about a female protester.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) will have to put its trust in the country’s judiciary to free its imprisoned activists, a senior CNRP official said yesterday.
A new model of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 will try to take over the tablet market in the Kingdom this year after low sales last year, Samsung Electronics’ top representative here said.
The vice presidents of the two largest political parties will meet today at the National Assembly, Sok Ey San, a spokesman for the ruling Cambodian People’s Party said yesterday.
Brunei’s Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah said on Saturday the year of 2015 is of a great significance to people in the region as they will realize the ASEAN Community.
Chhouk Bandith, the former governor of Bavet town convicted of intentional violence related to the shooting of three garment workers, surrendered to police in Phnom Penh on Saturday, the capital’s police chief Choun Sovann told Khmer Times.