Police are investigating the shooting of a man by a border military officer in Pailin.
More than 100 houses are affected by rainstorms in three provinces this week.
Six students at Santepheap Secondary School in Pailin fainted, the fourth time students have fainted at the school this month.
Japan pledges to provide more than $400,000 in grant assistance to support school building in three provinces.
With plantations yielding nearly 20,000 tonnes of the fruit per year, the Ministry of Agriculture intends to expand longan exports.
Thai soldiers arrest seven Cambodians who crossed into Thailand while logging illegally.
Six Vietnamese nationals arrested for kidnapping are sent to court for questioning.
Cambodia will hold a cassava forum to strengthen cassava products.
Officials in Pailin temporarily close a private clinic run by a licensed nurse after a four-month-old child dies after an injection.
Villagers are digging for precious stones in Pailin province on the sites of old gem mines abandoned by Thai companies in the 1990s.
Police in Pailin province have arrested two suspects accused of brokering passage for migrant workers into Thailand.
One person is under arrest and seven accomplices escaped after selling lottery tickets to villagers promising big prizes.
A 30-year-old military police officer has been arrested for the shooting of his girlfriend.
Corn prices have been steadily rising since the government intervened to stabilise the staple food earlier this month.
Senator Mong Reththy has denied criticising Agriculture Minister Veng Sakhon over imports of pigs flooding into Cambodia.