How many times have you visited the Tuol Sleng genocide museum? Many would answer once, no more. A must-see for visitors to Phnom Penh, it is also a profoundly depressing…
An orphanage is not the best place for children. Recognizing this, children protection organizations around the world increasingly push for sending orphans and at risk children to foster families, rather than orphanages.
Last week, 45 years after opening diplomatic relations, Turkey finally planted its red banner with white star and crescent in Cambodia.
More and more girls drop out of high school to get jobs and support their families, women’s rights advocates say.
Two changes to election laws were approved unanimously by the National Assembly without any debate.
To the benefit of drivers, Cambodia adroitly plays China and Japan off each other to win massive amounts of aid to rebuild the Kingdom’s highway network.
Verbal warfare has broken out between Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and first deputy president of the National Assembly Kem Sokha after the two exchanged rhetorical blows following release of a video showing Mr.
The Cambodian Basketball League returns to the indoor hall of the Olympic Stadium this weekend, with 11 teams set to contest a packed league season.
Bin Hoin, the chief of the Buddhist monks in China, told to his successor before his death that, “When I pass away, please have my bones taken to the five countries believe in Buddhism, including Cambodia.
Vegetarian restaurants never really attracted me, least of all vegan restaurants. I have always considered them boring, with not as much variety and character as the traditional carnivorous ones.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said Wednesday that the China-proposed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is very attractive to rich countries, particularly in Europe.
According to Transparency International, 99 percent of those surveyed stated “corruption is a major barrier to the country’s development.”
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen strongly denounced Kem Sokha, first deputy president of the National Assembly, on Wednesday after a video was released showing Mr.
The list of new members of the National Election Committee (NEC) will be released before Khmer New Year.
8212; The National Assembly of Cambodia will debate and adopt two new election laws Thursday, which are aimed at ensuring free and fair elections and preventing post-election deadlock, Prime Minister…
City Hall has started a $1 million project to protect and to highlight Wat Phnom, the oldest structure in the city, dating back to 1373.
Human Rights Watch and several Cambodian NGOs are blasting efforts to cut their influence in politics. They warn that democracy will be the loser.
Mam Sonando has won worldwide fame for using his Beehive Radio to defend human rights and labor rights in Cambodia. But Tuesday, he told Khmer Times that he fired four longtime employees because they “insulted” him.
CHHUK DISTRICT, Kampot Province (Khmer Times) – Hired farmers and villagers are burning hectares of state land controlled by the Ministry of Environment.
Factory workers increasingly object to the dangerous transport they have to use in their daily commutes to garment factories.
8212; Turkey on Monday slammed a U.S. suggestion that negotiations could be opened with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for a political transition in the war-torn country, state-run Anadolu Agrency (AA) reported.…
Still bitter over last year’s strikes and anti-government protests, ruling party legislators are discussing a law that would require greater financial transparency for the nation’s roughly 4,000 non-governmental organizations, or NGOs.