Phnom Penh Court tries a Canadian for possessing and trafficking meth.
Jenny Woo, a Canadian singer, has developed her own acoustic form of Oi!, a sub-genre of skinhead punk called Oi! that developed in Britain in the late 70s.
A senior official with the Ministry of Mines and Energy confirmed yesterday that Canadian firm Angkor Gold Corp is seeking to diversify its operations in the Kingdom into oil and gas and that the company is now applying for exploration licenses.
Kovrig is not entitled to diplomatic immunity, China’s foreign ministry said.
Canadian boxer Adonis Stevenson is in a stable condition under controlled sedation.
Canadian Husky Energy has made an unsolicited bid to acquire rival MEG Energy.
A new exploration agreement in the Apsara oilfield is signed.
Siem Reap Provincial Court has charged 10 foreigners for organising “pornographic dancing” in in the tourist town.
The Taliban rejects claims that they had killed a child and raped Caitlan Coleman.
Rim Hyon Su, a Canadian civilian, was released on sick bail according to the decision of the Central Court of the DPRK.