Eleven small Thai parliamentary-winning parties will back the main pro-army party.
A Cambodian TV Station reintroduced its highly-anticipated ‘Kun Khmer Emperor’ series yesterday hosting 8 Cambodian fighters and 8 Thai competitors to compete for $ 10,000 in monthly competition.
Banteay Meanchey Court charges a Thai and a Cambodian over the alleged trafficking of more than 7 kg of drugs.
Thai voters went to the polls in a a race that pits a military junta chief seeking to retain power against a “democratic front”.
Tboung Khmum Court charges two Thai engineers for causing the death of a villager during a rock mining operation.
Immigration Department says Thai authorities deported 44 Cambodian workers.
The Thai government will waiver re-entry visas for Cambodian workers from April 5 to April 30. This is to facilitate their return after crossing the Cambodia-Thai border to visit their families for Khmer New Year (April 14-16).
Thai companies will invest $200 million in a mixed-use development in Siem Reap that will comprise holiday homes, resorts, and a floating market.
The Cambodian Livestock Raiser Association (CLRA) has issued a statement denying reports that CP Cambodia’s pork and poultry products are unsafe for consumption, calling the articles “fake news”.
About 20 Thai firms specialising in home appliances, auto parts, electric components, and electronics took part in a business matching event in Phnom Penh yesterday.
TWPC Investment from Thailand, will start cassava-processing operations this year.
Banteay Meanchey police arrest a Thai and 7 Indonesians over illegal gambling.
Police in Banteay Meanchey province arrested one Thai man and seven Indonesian nationals suspected of operating an illegal gambling den in Poipet city.
Yangon received more than 1 million tourists as of November from January this year.
5 men posing as soldiers are arrested for kidnapping two Thai women in Choam Ksan.
Immigration police deport 26 Thais after they served their 10-month sentences for extortion and fraud over online scams.
Chinese and Thai companies sign 3 documents to boost tourism.
Cambodian and Thai citizens to cross the border without a passport during Sea Festival.
A tour ship with 105 people on board that went down in bad weather is plucked out.
Phnom Penh Court sentences 4 Taiwanese and 25 Thais to between two and three years in jail for operating VoIP scams.
Leicester City players will wear shirts with club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s name.
Beer, pies and Buddhist prayers helped endear Vichai to Leicester City fans.
Leicester City club Thai owner was in a helicopter which crashed in a ball of flames.
New Thai measures will be announced next month to woo tourists back to the country.
Phnom Penh Court tries 4 Taiwanese and 25 Thais for allegedly operating VoIP scams.
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Phnom Penh Municipal Court today tried four Taiwanese masterminds and 25 Thai nationals for allegedly operating VoIP scams from within Cambodia.
Chinese, Malaysian and Thai armed forces have scheduled a joint drill later this month.
Some of the best Thai products are now being displayed at an expo in Phnom Penh’s Diamond Island Convention.
From a distance, the volunteers cleaning up a clogged Bangkok waterway could be mistaken for Scouts, but the group, wearing yellow foulards and blue hats, are part of a volunteer programme.