Military police arrest two businessmen over illegal excavation work on Phnom Sres.
Authorities in Kratie province yesterday demolished a dozen family farms deemed illegal in Snuol district’s Khsoem commune.
The government has vowed to combat the illegal wildlife trade.
Around 16,000 Syrians illegally residing in Lebanon returned to their homeland.
Authorities in O’raing Ov seize several kilometres of small-hole fishing nets.
Hundreds of kilograms of tainted meat and unbranded cookies are seized by authorities at the O’Rumdoul border gate.
Health Ministry issues another warning over illegal sex stimulants.
Illegal fishing cases slumped by about 12 percent in the first half of this year compared with the same period last year.
South Sudan’s government has proposed a bill to extend President Salva Kiir’s term for three years.
Thirty pregnant Cambodian women who are carrying babies on behalf of Chinese clients have been discovered.
PM urges Cambodian fans not to lose money by betting on World Cup games.
Counter Counterfeit Committee has suspended a company operating a tobacco factory.
Elephants kick off World Cup fever in Thailand’s ancient capital of Ayutthaya.
Health Ministry warns of legal action against Facebook accounts that advertise the illegal sexual medicine Super Storm.
Officials raid a monkey farm in Preah Vihear over the facility’s lack of permission to raise hundreds of monkeys.
Bangladeshi security forces have shot dead around 130 people and arrested 13,000 in the past three weeks.
Prime Minister Hun Sen lashed out yesterday at the Cambodia Youth Party which claimed that all illegal immigrants would be deported in eight hours if the party won the election.
Anti-economic crime police seize more than 1,000 kilos of bad pork giblets.
NA passes an amendment on regulating mineral resources management.
Vietnamese authorities deport ten Cambodians through the Bavet International Border Gate in Svay Rieng province.