As the international humanitarian community collectively acknowledges the need for sector-wide change, rhetoric has focused mainly on improving the effectiveness of humanitarian action.
Chimpanzees, mankind’s closest primate relative, are being driven into extinction by urban expansion and hunting.
In the aftermath of such violence, the very best of humanity was on display, manifested in the outpouring of assistance and compassion for those who were injured and for the loved ones of those killed.
Through the novel ‘Teuk Phnek Kon Derm’, author Chheav Samnang cleverly and creatively depicts the unpredictability of life and the nature of humanity in both good and bad ways.
November 16, 2018, is a historical date – not only for Cambodia but also for all humanity. It gives hope that all perpetrators of mass crimes, regardless of who they are, will be punished. A small step has been taken in Phnom Penh in this long march towards international criminal justice.
Today is World Food Day and it aims to remind the international community of their fundamental political commitment to humanity and raise awareness that achieving a Zero Hunger world by 2030 is still possible, writes José Graziano da Silva.
Tyl Kan sees all these “imperfections” in a positive way and showcases them on canvas under the theme “Flaws” to make people face their own insecurities and look at them in another, brighter perspective.
The sacred site of Preah Vihear is an open-air theater of the cosmic dance of Lord Shiva in Hinduism, the deity for which the temple was built.
As I start this week’s column, I have a lot to say and it is because I met a pig. Yes, you read it correctly; I met a seven-year old pig.
Prime Minister Hun Sen receives the certification as Global Ambassador for Tourism.