YOU’VE gotta call a spade a spade when you have to. Falling Inn Love, and no that isn’t a typo in the title, is the cheesiest rip-off you will ever find. It basically emulates every formula that went into making Under the Tuscan Sun and ultimately fails at it.
Japan captain Michael Leitch is a man who welcomes pressure and believes he performs best under it, which is a good thing considering the weight of expectation on his considerable shoulders going into a World Cup on home soil.
The Cambodian and Indian navies hold a joint maritime exercise in Sihanoukville aimed at bolstering cooperation.
The Taliban kills at least 10 people in a fresh bombing in Kabul.
Cambodia’s ITF Taekwon-do team have returned to the kingdom to cheers.
US and Taliban negotiators are “at the threshold of an agreement” to end 18 years of conflict between them, Washington’s top negotiator said Sunday as he concluded their latest talks.
Two inmates were injured and another fainted after a fight broke out inside Pailin provincial prison on Monday.
Cambodia and Sri Lanka pledges to boost trade cooperation during a business forum held in Phnom Penh.
Appeal Court hears the case of an NGO vice president convicted in 2016 for cheating.
Rory McIlroy suffered an abysmal start on a morning of mixed fortunes for local favourites as the British Open returned to Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years yesterday.
មនុស្ស ៤នាក់ បានរងរបួសធ្ងន់ និងស្រាល ក្នុងករណីផ្ទុះពីដុងលាយជីគីមីសម្រាប់ដាក់ឲ្យដើមតាង៉ែន(មៀន)ផ្លែ នៅក្រុងប៉ៃលិន ខេត្តប៉ៃលិន ខណៈមនុស្ស ៤នាក់ផ្សេងទៀត បានរងរបួសធ្ងន់និងស្រាល ដោយសារការផ្ទុះធុងហ្គាសនៅស្រុកកំពង់ត្រឡាច ខេត្តកំពង់ឆ្នាំង។
The weekend kicks off on Friday in acoustic with the Heroes of Americana, Clay George and Joe Wrigley, at Farm to Table, the Boxchords at Alchemy, Antonio Elchico at Botanico, and Gonzalo Rodino at LF Garden.
Members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) yesterday voted unanimously to suspend recognition of amateur boxing’s troubled governing body the AIBA as an Olympic governing body ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Oil prices extend gains as rising US-Iran tensions fuelled supply concerns.
Over one million Euros for strengthening the capacity of sub-national administrations on urban planning and land management.
South Korean troops stationed along the world’s last Cold War frontier have been put on high alert in the face of a new infiltration threat from the nuclear-armed North – fever-stricken wild boar.
IATA says the industry is expected to post a $28 billion profit in 2019, down from a December forecast of $35.5 billion.
Kratie Court charges a soldier for allegedly killing his 52-year-old wife.
Cambodia hopes to start exporting longan to Thailand in the near future.
Singapore’s parliament Wednesday passed laws to combat “fake news”.
As a result of human activity, one million species of animal and plant species could disappear in the next few decades – the most that have ever been at risk in human history.
The Labour Ministry reminds for preparations for the World Day for Safety.
ក្រសួងពាណិជ្ជកម្មស្នើសុំកិច្ចសហប្រតិបត្តិការពីវិស័យឯកជន ដើម្បីចងក្រងបញ្ជីផលិតផលដែលអាចលក់បាន នៅក្នុងសហភាពសេដ្ឋកិច្ច Eurasian ។
The Japanese government provides $262,750 for the rehabilitation of irrigation systems in two provinces.
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China says its economic growth slowed slightly in the second quarter.
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