The forest near the former airport in Koh Kong province’s Khemarak Phumin town conflagrated at around 9 pm on Friday night (Feb. 22), but police and local officials brought the blaze under control and prohibited it spreading to nearby villagers’ houses.
Hundreds of villagers in Khemarak Phoumint city are facing a water supply shortage.
A senior CPP official condemns Rainsy for perceived prejudice against the Chinese.
Four administrations are urged to prevent illegal encroachment of coastal zones.
Sporting and tourism authorities are to organise the first international cycling event.
The vice president of China’s Union Development Group has dismissed reports that it is involved in the construction of a Chinese naval base in Koh Kong province.
The Dara Sakor International Airport, in the southwestern province of Koh Kong, to be partially operational by the end of 2020.
As the international order enters into a multi-polar world, Cambodia, it seems, is adjusting its foreign policy objectives and strategies accordingly.
The southwestern Cambodian province of Koh Kong may be lagging behind the other three coastal provinces in terms of economic development, but local authorities are steadfast in their resolution to push investment on infrastructure, accommodation and eco-tourism to catch up.
The newly-appointed Chinese ambassador to Cambodia yesterday met with Foreign Affairs Minister Prak Sokhonn and lashed out at some Western countries for accusing China of constructing a military base in Koh Kong province.
Nearly 20 indigenous Chong people petition to ask speed up their registration.
Four people died and 11 others were injured after a truck carrying 15 people lost control, veered off the road and tumbled down a hillside yesterday in Koh Kong province.
At least four people died in a traffic accident today in Koh Kong province that also left 11 people hospitalised.
During the weekend, Koh Kong welcomed 180,000 visitors coming to the province to attend the Sea Festival, which ended.
PM expresses willingness to support the laws meant to prevent unauthorised reclamation projects in the Kingdom’s coastal areas.
PM reminds of rejection of a Titanium mining investment to save wildlife in Koh Kong.
The annual three-day SEA Festival touches down in Koh Kong and gives spectators a glimpse of a host of sporting activities.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has expressed willingness to support the amendment of existing laws – or support new ones – in order to prevent unauthorised reclamation projects to be conducted in the Kingdom’s sanctioned coastal areas.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Saturday said that he has denied a proposed titanium investment worth of $20 billion in Koh Kong province because it could wipe out forest and wildlife.
Cambodians and foreigners alike went to Thailand during their attendance of the two-day 2018 Sea Festival in Koh Kong.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Saturday called on Preah Sihanouk province authority to restore its image and strengthen security and social order following complaints of crime.
Sport will take centrestage at the 7th Sea Festival when it gets underway today.
Five people are injured when a bus flipped on its side after hitting the side barrier of a road in Koh Kong province’s Koh Kong.
Five people were injured when a bus flipped on its side after hitting the side barrier of a road in Koh Kong province’s Koh Kong district.
Cambodian and Thai citizens to cross the border without a passport during Sea Festival.
Cambodia is ready to celebrate the three-day Sea Festival in Koh Kong province next month.
The rumours that Cambodia will harbour foreign military bases along its coastal region has gone viral on mass media, particularly social media, and stirred public discourses at home and abroad.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday reiterated that the government will not allow any foreign military base to be built in the Kingdom except under tasks from the United Nations.
Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn has dismissed a report stating that the government would allow a Chinese naval base to be erected in Koh Kong province.
On November 15, David Hutt and Shawn W Crispin wrote in Asia Times a speculative piece of a possible Chinese naval base in Koh Kong, Cambodia. However, the authors provided zero evidence on their claim.