Cambodia’s National Television of Kampuchea expects to sign an agreement today with Vietnam Television.
Although there is no study on the impact of consuming unsafe food in Cambodia, the public has become increasingly concerned about the food they eat.
Approximately seven tonnes of chicken legs imported from Vietnam are burnt after they were found in an unrefrigerated truck.
Authorities in Kratie carry out a crackdown on more than 20 vans allegedly transporting illegal wood from Snoul district’s Khsim commune to Vietnam.
Heavy rain in northern and central Vietnam triggered floods and landslides that have killed 46 people and 33 people are missing.
CamControl has not discovered any cases of pork injected with chemicals, despite a report showing 3,750 pigs injected with sedatives.
Globally, one in 10 people fall sick every year from eating contaminated food.
Vietnam calls on the government to guarantee the legal rights of Vietnamese migrants living in Cambodia after immigration officials said they would revoke the invalid documents of 70,000 immigrants.
A 42-year-old Nigerian has been sentenced to life imprisonment for bringing more than 14 kilos of crystal methamphetamine from China to Cambodia.
The Interior Ministry says 172 Montagnards will be sent back to Vietnam after failing to meet refugee requirements.
A 42-year-old Nigerian is on trial accused of bringing more than 14 kilos of crystal methamphetamine to Cambodia.
Stuffed, rolled, baked or fried: rice paper rules in food-obsessed Vietnam, where diners have spurned factory-made versions for homespun ones.
Vietnamese authorities use water cannons and electric rods to end a five-month long protest.
Vietnam orders tens of thousands of people to evacuate its central coastal area as Typhoon Doksuri closed in.
Swapping his office garb for driving gear, businessman Vu Minh Hung readies for Vietnam’s largest amateur off-road race.
Vitorino says failure to take chances and a lack of concentration are factors falling to Vietnam.
Cambodia and Vietnam vow to boost cooperation in preventing cross-border drug trafficking during the nations’ annual meeting.
In Svay Rieng province, villagers reliant upon batteries and most recently, solar panels.
Nguyen Phu Trong calls for greater unity among Southeast Asian states as the country appears isolated in challenging China.
The Ministry of Environment is disputing a report that large-scale illegal logging continues.
Duties imposed by Indonesia on imports of certain flat-rolled iron or steel products do not constitute WTO safeguard measures.
Cambodia’s suffers a second defeat at the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games, the latest loss a 4-1 thumping courtesy of Vietnam.
Two men and a woman are charged with holding a woman hostage while trying to extort money from her family over debts.
Defence cooperation, in particular, has progressed considerably. In 2011, Japan and Vietnam signed a Memorandum of Understanding to deepen defence ties.
Asean ministers issued a diluted statement on the dispute and agreed to its terms on talks.
Military police in Ratanakkiri seize more than 10 illegally imported bulldozers.
Officers from Agriculture Ministry’s department of animal health stop two trucks violating pig import regulations.
A sly act of subversion in an authoritarian state, where this team of political dissidents has turned to football to circumvent government efforts to block their meetings.
Indonesia’s navy shoot and wound four Vietnamese fishermen aboard a fishing boat.
Cambodia and Vietnam signed five agreements with $25m promised in aid.