Some apartment owners struggle with debts.
Property experts say Cambodia’s online gambling ban is a sensible move.
Education Ministry secretary of state Sar Sokha requests an investigation over rumours.
Police arrest a Vietnamese loan shark who allegedly killed a woman over a debt.
Cambodia needs to hasten the passage of the draft gambling law.
Thousands of Chinese are leaving following a government ban on online gambling.
The Council of Ministers says the gov’t has instructed authorities to eliminate all online and arcade gambling.
PM orders authorities to end all online and arcade gambling in the Kingdom.
The Chinese government has expressed support for Cambodia’s decision to ban all online and arcade gambling in the Kingdom.
PM issues a directive banning all online and arcade gambling in the Kingdom in a bid to safeguard security and public order.
Ministry warns online gamblers that they are vulnerable to hacking.
Police in Preah Sihanouk arrest eight Chinese suspected of confining two of their countrymen over a gambling debt.
Chamkar Mon police detain 13 people over illegal gambling on Koh Pich.
Phnom Penh Court charges four local journalists with operating illegal gambling.
Prey Veng Court jails a wife and husband for stealing from AMK Microfinance for gambling.
Asia Gaming Expo launches a two-day regional gaming expo in Sihanoukville.
Court charges 12 Chinese for the kidnapping 3 fellow nationals over gambling debts.
Siem Reap Court charges seven Chinese for operating an illegal online gambling.
Banteay Meanchey Court charges two Chinese over the kidnapping of four countrymen who owed them money from gambling.
Over 50 Chinese are arrested suspected of running an illegal online gambling ring.
Sa’ang police chief is temporarily suspended over crack down failure on gambling.
Kandal Court charges a farmer who allegedly torched his house.
Fourty-seven Malaysian nationals accused of fraud and running an illegal gambling in Banteay Meanchay province yesterday left for their homeland after charges against them were dropped.
BANTEAY MEANCHEY: “When I go home, I will marry my sweetheart,” a dream 23-year-old Elwyn Badidang Joseph, who left his floor lamination and wallpaper pasting job in Kuching, replayed while in detention for two months.
The 47 Malaysians who were detained on December 13, 2018, on allegations of illegal online gambling operations, were released late this afternoon thanks to the intervention of senior government official in collaboration with Malaysian officials.
The mother of a Malaysian detainee claims her son only came to Cambodia for work.
After 65 days of being held in Banteay Meanchey provincial prison, some of the 47 Malaysians accused of fraud and running an illegal gambling operation in Poipet city finally got to meet their loved ones yesterday.
A spokesman for Banteay Meanchey Provincial Court yesterday said a judge is expected to conduct one-on-one interviews with 47 Malaysian nationals accused of running an illegal gambling den and committing fraud in Poipet city.
All 47 Malaysian detainees, now held in Poipet, are set to relay their personal accounts of the arrest to the senior Malaysian Embassy officials who are expected to visit them later today (Feb.12).
The Justice Ministry says it will review the case of 47 Malaysians detained over fraud.