Authorities move to close the facility producing the “Tang Kuoy” wine.
The Ministry of Health has called on relevant institutions and local authorities to strengthen the monitoring and elimination of unregistered facilities producing wine.
Two people died and +100 poisoned by food they ate at a drug rehabilitation centre.
Officials are appealing to people to be wary of the food they consume after dozens of villagers in Prey Veng province were poisoned at a funeral reception in Preah Sdech district.
Ratanakkiri health officials are testing blood samples over food poisoning.
Nearly 50 Pong Ro Secondary School students in Stoung are sent to hospital for food poisoning on Monday.
A man died and four other family members fell sick on Wednesday evening after consuming soup made from wild mushrooms in Preah Vihear province’s Kulen district.
Health Ministry issues guidelines on how to reduce food poisoning during Pchum Ben.
Health Ministry’s investigation into poisonings in Kratie reveals it came from rice wine.
Authorities in Kratie have temporarily closed three rice wine production facilities.
The import of agricultural pesticides and herbicides resumed yesterday after a two-week ban that was prompted by a poisoning case in Kratie province that hospitalised hundreds and left 13 people dead.
Villagers from the Chong Phlas Gold Mining Community have fled or withdrawn into their homes, too scared to continue their work for fear of being blamed for poisoning waterways.
Following the deaths of 13 people from poisoning, Agriculture Ministry imposes a temporary ban on all imports of pesticides.
After attending a forum by the provincial Department of Commerce 53 children and 22 women were afflicted with food poisoning and required medical treatment.
Mines and Environment ministry officials yesterday inspected a Chinese mining firm in Mondolkiri province in the wake of a poisoning case that left 13 villagers dead in Kratie province.
One girl died and three others were taken to hospital with food poisoning in separate cases in Kratie and Kampong Cham.
The Cambodian Red Cross disperses supplies to villagers who were discharged from hospital after they recovered from poisoning.
The Cambodian Red Cross today dispersed supplies to hundreds of Kratie province villagers who were discharged from hospital after they recovered from poisoning that left 13 dead.
Hundreds of Kratie villagers are discharged from hospital after recovering from a poisoning incident that killed 13 people.
Hundreds of villagers in Kratie province were hospitalised and 13 died from poisoning first blamed on contaminated water and then methanol-laced rice wine; villagers here have another theory: chemicals from gold mining run-off.
Half of the villagers who fell ill after drinking contaminated water have returned home.
Russia and Britain face off trading accusations at a tense chemical weapons meeting.
The poisoning of a former spy could benefit the British, says the Russian Foreign Minister.
The Wildlife Conservation Society expressed concerns yesterday over the poisoning of wildlife in the Northern Plains.
Court charges a woman with attempted murder for trying to poison her husband.
A number of politicians and analysts have cast doubt on Russia’s involvement in the Skripal poisoning, so why is UK Prime Minister Theresa May still pointing her finger at Moscow? Suliman Mulhem tries to answer this question.
Russians voted in an election set to hand President Vladimir Putin a fourth Kremlin term.
Britain will expel 23 Russian diplomats in response to the attack on a Russian spy.
Moscow denied yesterday that it was behind the poisoning of a former double agent.
Russian state TV accuses Britain of poisoning former double agent Sergei Skripal.