A police officer and his 3 accomplices are arrested over the theft of nine motorbikes.
City Hall says that traffic congestion in the capital remains a major problem because many people do not use public buses.
Phnom Penh Court charges seven youths – all allegedly experienced thieves – with stealing 15 motorbikes.
There were over 3,000 traffic accidents from November last year.
There were more than 3,000 traffic accidents resulting in nearly 2,000 fatalities and more than 5,000 injuries from November last year until November this year, according to a report obtained today.
Phnom Penh Police have arrested six people who were part of a notorious gang stealing motorbikes and cars in the capital.
The Pchum Ben festival (Oct 8 – 10) has seen the Department of Traffic Police and Public Order report 53 traffic accidents country-wide. These accidents caused 28 deaths and 85 injuries, 65 of which were serious.
The Chinese government hands $2.5 million worth of equipment to the government.
Court charges a man suspected of being in a gang that have stolen 350 motorbikes.
The minor Republican Democratic Party holds a small campaign march in Kampong Cham, promising to solve challenges.
Court charges eight men, who regularly snatched bags and stole motorbikes.
Eleven suspected motorcycle thieves, including three women, are charged for stealing motorbikes in the capital.
Police in Korng Pisey district arrest three people allegedly involved in purchasing stolen goods and dealing drugs.
Kandal Court charges six men over the murder of a 23-year-old man whom the group had an argument with at a dance party.
Six established thieves are arrested and five pawn shops shuttered over buying stolen motorbikes from the group.
Authorities confiscate about 10 motorbikes and tuk-tuks to curb traffic congestion.
2 youths are killed and 3 others are seriously injured in a motorbike-car. accident.
Military police are seeking to arrest six youths who allegedly beat another group.
Police in Lovea Em district raid a pawn shop suspected of operating without a licence and purchasing stolen motorbikes.
Two men and one woman are charged with fraud by Kratie Court for selling lottery tickets that had no redeemable prizes.
Nearly 2,000 motorbikes are seized over the past three days after Phnom Penh police began to crack down on helmetless riders.
Sar Kheng asks officials to investigate drivers of motorbikes under 125cc.