June 19 to 21 to be for the appeal hearing of case 004/2 against Ao An.
To put the fact straight, not only that Singapore has never denounced auto-genocide conducted by the Pol Pot regime, Singapore even recognised the rogue state and killing machine and provided military assistance.
Prime Minister Hun Sen highlights Cambodia’s achievement in ending war.
Thousands mark Day of Remembrance at Choeung Ek Genocide Centre.
Thousands of Cambodian people on Monday held the National day of remembrance at Choeung Ek Genocidal Centre in Phnom Penh to honour the victims who died during the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979.
Interior Minister calls on the public to ignore former opposition party rhetoric.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng on Saturday called on the public to ignore former opposition party rhetoric, comparing the now-dissolved party’s “positive change” message to the Khmer Rouge.
PM left for Hanoi to attend the funeral of former Vietnamese president Le Duc Anh.
Prime Minister Hun Sen is due to depart Phnom Penh on Thursday afternoon for Hanoi to attend the funeral of former Vietnamese leader Le Duc Anh who led the campaign to overthrow the Khmer Rouge regime.
Cambodian Prime Minister’s political values and diplomatic moves enables the country to stand strong should any international pressure be applied
Today, the average GDP per Cambodian citizen is more than $1,560 and this is expected to rise to over $2,000 by 2023.
In Cambodia, a country overshadowed by an era of ruthless killing by the ultra-Maoist Khmer Rouge, sandals represents the symbol of great power held by the Democratic Kampuchea cadres and a flood of painful memories for ordinary Cambodians.
General Le Duc Anh, a former Vietnamese president who led to the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime, has died aged 99.
An important judicial opinion was issued late last month by a Cambodian judge of the ECCC Trial Chamber, making a valuable contribution to a debate of international significance.
PM blasts the US for rallying behind the removal of Prince Norodom Sihanouk in 1970.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today blasted the United States for rallying behind the removal of Prince Norodom Sihanouk in 1970 and accused it of supporting Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge.
According to the government, people living with disabilities make up two percent of the Kingdom’s workforce.
Today is the 49th anniversary of the overthrow of Prince Norodom Sihanouk’s rule that paved the way for Marshal Lon Nol’s Khmer Republic.
Theam set aside his life in France and journeyed back to Cambodia – a place he once fled from for more than a decade. He got reunited with those he had left behind and took part in rebuilding the country through his arts.
If the genocide did not happen, would Phnom Penh city be on par with Singapore, Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur?
Without the genocide survivors, Cambodia would lose all that is required to be a nation. But remembrance itself is questionable, as it could be interpreted differently by different generations.
On Friday, 11th January, approximately 200 people gathered at the National Institute of Education Phnom Penh to watch the performance organised by the Amrita Performing Arts: “Breaking the Silence”.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday marked 34 years in power by pledging to push for economic revival and vowing to not let anyone die of starvation so long as he stays in power.
The Kingdom’s music lovers are in for a rare treat this month with live performances of Garuda’s Song, a musical composition telling the story of Cambodia’s rich musical heritage.
The archaeology department will soon catalogue remains of Khmer Rouge victims.
The government will today mark the 40th anniversary of the January 7 Victory Day, the turning point of war between the Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese-backed forces of Prime Minister Hun Sen in 1979.
The annual celebration of the Victory Day – the commemoration of the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime – is all set for today, January 7, after extensive planning and rehearsals done weeks before the special occasion.
Exactly 40 years ago today, the Kampuchean People’s Revolutionary Armed Forces and Vietnamese soldiers entered Phnom Penh and successfully captured the capital.
Thousands of soldiers, police officers and spectators will gather in the capital tomorrow to mark the 20th anniversary of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s win-win policy.
There has been an ebb and flow in Cambodia’s relations with Vietnam, 40 years after Vietnamese troops helped ‘liberate’ the country from the yoke of the genocidal Khmer Rouge, writes Cheunboran Chanborey.
Although present-day Cambodia is so much different than what these evacuees recalled, a huge portion were still deeply scarred to the point that they wish to close the whole Cambodian chapter altogether.