An espionage thriller with a cinematic flair – that’s ‘In Darkness’.
A concerted effort must be taken to end violence against children and we must start rethinking the way children are treated, to give them the dignity and respect they deserve, write Chea Lyda and Mathieu Andre.
A law to protect Afghan women from violence is being undermined by authorities.
China condemns fighting between Myanmar and ethnic militants near borders.
China does not want the UN to tell Myanmar that credible investigations are important.
Monash University is awarded $99,900 for a research that aims to reduce violence.
Hundreds of noisy protesters greeted Indian Modi when he arrived in London.
Palestinians readied for new protests along the Gaza border.
Interior Minister calls for people to not use violence against who cause traffic accident.
A boat carrying Rohingya refugees trying to reach Malaysia stopped on a Thai island.
Court charges a former kickboxer for allegedly delivering a lethal kick to his wife’s neck.
PM orders the arrests of the remaining suspects who beat professor Suy Sareth.
Labour Ministry will send over 200 trainers to educate workers about labour rights.
One more suspect was arrested over his involvement in beating and inciting others to beat university professor Suy Samreth.
Two Daun Penh district security guards are arrested for beating a university professor.
Sri Lanka is likely to lift ban on social media networks this week, says telecommunications minister Harin Fernando.
Sri Lankan police say petrol bombs were hurled at a mosque where three people dead.
Chan Sophal argues that the current form of democracy in the country is a recipe for continued division and a huge barrier to national unity.
A farmer is charged with intentional acts of violence against his six-month-old daughter.
The song ‘Eve of Destruction’ is about the disintegration of human respect.
A villager in Kiri Sakor in a land dispute with a tycoon is charged with violence and temporarily detained in prison.
Eileen McCormick met with one of these refugees, transferred to Cambodia, who spent two years trying to get into Australia but was not granted asylum. Twenty-eight-year-old Mohammed Rashid shared his story over arguably the most delicious roti in Phnom Penh.
Philippine police say they have adopted special measures to reduce violence.
Britain’s foreign minister stops off in Myanmar to press on the need for an independent probe into violence in Rakhine.
The Trump administration to allow some 7,000 Syrians to remain in the US for another 18 months under protected status.
The Khmer Kampuchea Krom Coordination Committee appeals to all Khmer Krom to not join the new CNRM.
Prime Minister Hun Sen confirmed the Senate election and general election would go ahead as scheduled.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday confirmed that the election of senators and the national election will go ahead as planned and without any changes.
Malaysia’s diving coach loses his job after allegedly allowing a “toxic” culture to develop among his team.