With main focus on women and children’s rights, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) held an open discussion between members of the media and UNFPA in Bangkok, Thailand on October 29 and 30.
Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation is seeking Cambodian media collaboration.
A code of conduct for media reporting on drug addicts.
Pogba’s strained relationship with media is due to “unfair criticism”, says Deschamps.
Supreme Court rejected a bid by two former RFA reporters to have their initial detention deemed illegal due to it exceeding the 48-hour threshold.
The 9th Mongolia-China Media Forum will be held on Sep. 6-7 in southern Mongolia.
Chinese state media lambaste US President Donald Trump’s trade policies.
The administration says that the tree was cut because it had begun to show signs of rot.
Journalists have complained that Belgium is breaching media freedom.
Khmer Times’ Sok Chan sits down with Martin Lansard, CEO and co-founder of Aniwaa, a tech media startup that secured seed funding early this year.
Leaders of media organisations from BRICS countries met in Cape Town.
The Ministry of Interior us investigating Chinese hackers who attacked state institutions.
Adidas celebrated the opening of its latest store in Aeon Mall 2 Sen Sok City, on June 30. This is the fifth Adidas store in Cambodia.
Australia’s Senate on Thursday approved a package of new laws aimed at “preventing espionage and foreign interference”.
Journalists and media professionals from several countries attend a conference here to seek a way to deal with fake news.
According to Western media, the US is considering sending a warship through the Taiwan Straits. If true, that means Washington is ready to pile more pressure on China.
South Korean media said Monday that President Moon Jae-in might join the June 12 summit in Singapore and jointly sign a declaration to end the Korean War with US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
National Assembly commissions met to discuss a draft law adopting the policies of the Asian Forest Cooperation Organisation.
Sam Rainsy, a desperate fugitive, has recently launched a campaign to obstruct the Cambodian people from going to vote in the upcoming national elections to be held on July 29.
US President Donald Trump flip-flopped again on Friday, when he told media that the US-North Korea summit scheduled for June 12 in Singapore could still happen, and that the two sides are holding talks. “We’ll see what happens,” Mr Trump said.