PM announces a Japanese Foreign Minister visit to sign an aid agreement.
Indonesian low-cost carrier Lion Air will soon commence direct flights to Cambodia.
PM says that a successor to his premiership will be a child from within the ruling CPP.
Former opposition leader Sam Rainsy calls on Prime Minister Hun Sen to return to a culture of dialogue.
PM announces that the democratic process in Cambodia will continue unabated.
PM and Special Advisor to Japan’s PM, met at the Peace Palace on March 23.
PM is concerned about the declining number of students studying French.
A Washington-based public relations firm confirms collaboration with the CNRM.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday summoned former opposition leader Sam Rainsy to appear at the court in May.
A former monk is detained for questioning after PM accused him of being a fake monk.
PM says the fleeing owners situation, if not solved, next time it will get dangerous.
PM orders the arrests of the remaining suspects who beat professor Suy Sareth.
“No pardons for the CNRP’s former members and activists convicted of crimes”, says PM.
A former journalist backs up PM’s claim that Chanboth feared being killed by US agents.
Bou Rachana announces she will continue her social activism for “genuine democracy”.
Political partisanship is like a sports fandom: testosterone levels rise and fall as politicians play to the gallery.
A museum at the Preah Vihear World Heritage Site to be opened on March 20.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has exposed a well-known Radio Free Asia journalist critical of him as his own spy working for the government.
PM left Cambodia to attend the Asean-Australia Special Summit which will take place this weekend in Sydney.
PM emphasizes the importance of science and technology for the future development.
PM lauds engineers for constructing the first Cambodian-built concrete bridge.
PM orders an investigation into treason accusations against Sam Rainsy.
This year marks the third year that Cambodia celebrates National Reading Day.
PM blasts the US over its bombardment of Cambodia and demands the country pay debt incurred by the Lon Nol-era.
Prime Minister Hun Sen will attend the Asean-Australia Special Summit this week.
South Korea will help to build a Friendship Bridge across the Mekong River.
Prime Minister Hun Sen claims Cambodia continues to attract millions of tourists.
I refer to Mr Chan Kunthiny’s rebuttal of my commentary, “Asean Must Unite to Keep the Asean-Australia Special Summit on Track”, which was republished by Khmer Times on March 5 under the title, “Keep Asean-Australia summit on track”.
PM expresses support for the planned meeting between the US and North Korea.
PM attends the River Festival in Takhmao city, saying the event could be held in any province along the rivers in the future.