Driving along National Road No. 78 here in Sesan district of Stung Treng Province in northern Cambodia, one will see orderly rows of new houses in the new Kbal Romeas village that the Lower Sesan II Hydropower Company had built for resettled villagers.
Indigenous families in Kbal Romeas village who were displaced last year by flooding have been given new homes.
Police in Stung Treng province are seeking to arrest a person suspected of strangling dead a 12-year-old Vietnamese boy.
A Thai is sentenced to life in prison for smuggling nearly 20kgs of meth and heroine.
An Irrawaddy dolphin is found dead in Stung Treng, near the border of Laos.
Sun rises in the horizon as Sopheap busies herself preparing the products she will display.
The government is eyeing to turn Thalaboriwath, an area known by its tiny black stones, into a new tourist attraction.
Environment Ministry and Japan will sign a $600,000 agreement on forest conservation.
Government temporarily suspends the transport of timber and forest by-products harvested from the Lower Sesan II dam.
A 37-year-old man is charged over the killing of his police officer brother.
A live-fire exercise along Lao border was not to threaten any neighbouring countries.
Families forced to relocate away the Lower Sesan II Dam ask authorities to register their new village as indigenous collective lands.
Five inmates attempted to escape from Stung Treng provincial prison on Saturday afternoon after breaking a gate.
Five inmates attempted to escape from Stung Treng provincial prison on Saturday afternoon after breaking an exit gate.
The forestry administration with Stung Treng Court raids a house, yielding hundreds of pieces of illegal timber.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng flew to Laos on Tuesday to join a meeting on security cooperation between both countries.
Eight Cambodians and three Lao suspects are arrested for allegedly transporting drugs from Laos to Cambodia.
Colder than usual weather will again hit Cambodia from tomorrow until Monday, but it won’t be as cold as last month.
Nineteen eggs of the globally endangered Asian giant softshell turtle have been discovered along the Mekong River.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on soldiers at the border to be careful with their health during the cool weather to avoid becoming ill.