The government has streamlined the process of freezing the assets of major criminals.
Government turns screws on illegal logging by Tycoons
Taskforce is preparing to destroy +40 trucks linked to timber tycoon Soeung Sam Ol.
A timber tycoon is summoned to be questioned over suspected illegal logging.
Army officers and government officials involved in corruption face termination.
Mondolkiri Provincial Court charges Soeng Sam Ol and two managers with timber crime.
In the first nine months there were 846 cases of forestry crimes, Ministry reports.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries recently issued its ninth month report, wherein it documents the success of its operations combatting illegal lumber trafficking.
The Prey Lang Community Network submitted a report to the Environment Ministry accusing local authorities in the province of colluding with businessmen.
Stung Treng provincial police have detained six illegal loggers from Laos who were caught crossing in the province.
Environment Ministry requests a joint working group to cut down on illegal logging.
Thai authorities have deported two Cambodians who were imprisoned last year over illegal logging.
Thai authorities sent six Cambodians through the Chaom Sangam border checkpoint on Friday.
The three conservationists shot dead in Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary agreed to accept a bribe, but still reported the incident.
Police in Mondulkiri province arrest a military officer who is a suspect in a shooting that killed three people.
Police in Mondulkiri province have arrested a military official who is a suspect in a shootout which killed three people during an operation to crack down on illegal logging.
There are 1,428 forestry and wildlife crimes in 2017, with 778 cases ending up in court and 650 cases leading to fines.
The Court sentences them to a year each in prison for illegal logging and transporting luxury timber.
A military police commander is questioned over colluding with Vietnamese loggers.
Thai soldiers arrest seven Cambodians who crossed into Thailand while logging illegally.
Six Cambodians who illegally entered Pang Sida National Park are under arrest for logging.
The Ministry of Justice is reviewing a report over allegations that judge Eng Chamnab released an illegal logger under “irregular” circumstances.
Eighteen Cambodians are under arrest by Thai authorities after being caught illegally felling Siamese rosewood trees.
Preah Vihear governor tells police to arrest illegal logging ringleaders.
Up to 100 loggers have been raiding forests in Pursat province’s Kravanh district on a daily basis for the past month.
Four Cambodians under arrest for illegal logging in a forest protected by a monastery.
A Stung Treng prosecutor and the forestry administration chief butt heads over logging raid on land connected to tycoon Try Pheap.
A media group that had one of its reporters accused of extortion called on the government to remove six leaders.
More than 50 journalists visit Information Ministry regarding four arrested colleagues.
A prominent businesswoman married to a commune police chief in Stung Treng province was yesterday charged with collecting and transporting timber illegally.