PM urges more generous people to offer support to modernize Calmette Hospital.
$30 million to continue constructing a new building at Calmette Hospital.
A young Cambodian Kun Khmer fighter remains in critical condition after an accident.
Phnom Penh-December 17th, 2018: Seven underprivileged Cambodian children, today, return to Cambodia after successfully heart operation in Thailand under Cambodia Healing Hearts Charity Project.
A 34-year-old farmer and alleged sorcerer was shot and seriously injured on Tuesday as he sat in front of his house in Preah Vihear province on the Cambodian-Thai border.
Authorities distribute clean water to villages where 11 people have died of tainted water.
The Minister of Information has advised all owners of television stations to stop broadcasting the song “Rom Skob”.
A military officer who shot a couple in a road rage last week turns himself in.
A man and his girlfriend have been hospitalised after being shot at by the driver.
A woman who had a handkerchief left in her belly during a caesarean section late last year will receive free follow-up care.
A woman had a handkerchief left in her belly during a caesarean section.
PM reminds the Health Ministry to strictly examine the opening of clinics and sales of medicine by pharmacies to avoid harming people’s health.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday reminded the Ministry of Health to strictly examine the opening of clinics and the medicine being sold to avoid any bad impacts on the health of the people.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday lashed out at some foreign analysts who recently commented on his health, labelling them “stupid”. Speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the Cancer Treatment and Orthoscience Building at Calmette…
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A garment worker dies and more than 100 are injured in a traffic accident in Takeo province’s Bati district.
A man was arrested by police in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district after injuring a woman by pouring acid on her face and hands.
Four people were killed in a fire at a computer shop on Monday night in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district.
Cambodia has 15,216 new cancer cases every year with a mortality rate as high as 74 percent, figures from the International Agency for Research on Cancer show.