The move follows after five hectares of the flooded forest land were illegally cleared.
Environment Ministry to look an appeal for a probe into 98 cases of illegal logging.
+9,000 cubic metres of wood were confiscated during anti-illegal logging campaign.
Foreign Affairs Ministry expresses its dismay over the US imposing sanctions.
National Committee for Forest Crime Prevention orders to not to destroy timber seized during crackdowns.
A senior Agriculture Ministry official appears at Court to clarify Land Concessions.
Kratie court to question timber tycoon Kong Kroeng over suspected illegal logging.
Activists surrounding areas note a decrease in activity after the arrest of tycoon.
Court charges three Chinese over illegal logging activities linked to Soeng Sam Ol.
Two more companies are suspected of illegal logging in Mondulkiri.
3 forestry administration officials to be questioned over Soeng Sam Ol case.
Authorities are seeking to arrest four more people over links to Soeng Sam Ol case.
Five senior officials in Mondulkiri are questioned over an illegal logging operation.
The National Committee for Forest Crime Prevention arrests well-known timber trader Soeng Sam Ol.
A balance between investments and sustainability remains elusive in Ream Park.
Cambodian workers are arrested over suspected cutting down trees in a Thai forest.
PM directs to continue the crack down on illegal logging.
The Culture and Fine Arts Ministry says there are still challenges the ministry has to address in order to protect the Kingdom’s culture and heritage sites, despite the work it manage to complete last year.
THE Prey Lang Network claims its patrols have found illegal logging is still rampant.
A police officer who attempted to thwart an illegal logging crackdown will go to court.
The Khmer Times of November 27 contained an article by Raoul Jennar entitled “EU promotes laundering of Cambodian wood”, whose contents significantly misrepresent the position of the European Union.
Many reports provide clear indications that Vietnamese companies have been shelling out millions in bribes for logs cut from national parks and community areas in Cambodia.
Four suspects are jailed for illegally harvesting luxury timber from a protected forest in Mondulkiri province’s Koh Nhek.
Indigenous people in Mondulkiri province’s Keo Seima district yesterday expressed concern over logging activities in the Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary, which they claim is allowed by some commune authorities.
Mondulkiri Governor Svay Sam Eang leads a taskforce to inspect private companies operating nearby protected forests.
World Wide Fund for Nature urges conservation groups to protect elephants.
The World Wide Fund for Nature in Cambodia urges the government to crack down on wildlife trapping and illegal logging.
The Ministry of Agriculture says that land grabbing still continues to threaten forests.
Police investigate illegal logging on Angkor Archaeological Park grounds.
Eight environmental organisations ask to take immediate action against loggers.