Two Cambodians convicted of crimes in the US were pardoned by Governor of California.
The EU to provide $11.8 million to fund the Khmer Rouge tribunal in 2018 and 2019.
The United States has provided $55,500 to the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts.
The government yesterday celebrated the 69th anniversary of International Human Rights Day.
The French embassy inaugurates a memorial dedicated to the victims of the Khmer Rouge.
The Victims Support Section of the Khmer Rouge tribunal opens a two-day mobile exhibition on forced marriage.
To better understand the construction techniques and challenges of ancient Khmer potters, ceramist master Serge Rega founded the National Centre for Khmer Ceramics Revival in Siem Reap province.
Cambodia has been the victim of geopolitics since the collapse of the Khmer Empire since the 15th century.
Funding for the Khmer Rouge tribunal will be on the agenda when Prime Minister Hun Sen meets the UN secretary-general.
Remembrance could be a sensitive subject in a nation like Cambodia, where the horrors of its brutal history are still stamped in the minds of many.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and opposition leader Kem Sokha accuse one another of breaching the Paris Peace Accords.
The Khmer Rouge History application for smartphones or tablet lets users learn in detail about the Democratic Kampuchea regime.
As a young man growing up in England, Colin Grafton yearned for warmer and more exotic surroundings, so in 1969 he packed his bags and travelled overland to Asia.
The Mohavesondorcheadoc event, a recent showcase of traditional Khmer performing arts, brought together more than 100 performing artists from three generations at Phnom Penh’s Chaktomuk Hall.
At every turn, Cambodia is shifting toward China for aid as it rebuffs the US, which Prime Minister Hun Sen says is behind a plot to overthrow his regime.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today called on the US Embassy to clarify its position on detained opposition leader Kem Sokha
The first public screening of the Khmer-language Netflix film First They Killed My Father was held on September 8th in Cambodia exclusively by Westec Media.
The Documentation Center of Cambodia launches its new multimedia website, aimed at educating youth about the Khmer Rouge regime.
Few Cham people know how to read and write in their language, even fewer are interested in learning about their ancestors.
Villagers are digging for precious stones in Pailin province on the sites of old gem mines abandoned by Thai companies in the 1990s.
After a group of archaeologists find the Golden Book (Kraing Meas), high-ranking officials and the United Nations are all trying to get their hands on it.
Rithy Panh’s film aimed at educating about one of the most notorious men in Cambodia’s history.
Young Cambodians do not read many books. They may watch TV or YouTube, or “play” Facebook or video games.
Melbourne, Australia is set to host the world premiere of the first symphonic work addressing the years of the Khmer Rouge in October.
University students held fruitful discussions with survivors at the event, according to Yim Sotheary, program coordinator at Kdei Karuna, an organization dedicated to peace-building and reconciliation.
Former Khmer Rouge soldier arrested for illegal weapons following tip from villagers.