IMAGES of war are extremely rare –frontline war-reporting is the baptism of fire for all journalists. To be there and back, with pictures and stories to tell, is in itself a Pulitzer experience of saying ‘I cheated death’. Nobody wants a Purple Heart or ‘Paint it Black’.
According to incomplete statistics, there are more than 110 million landmines deployed in more than 70 countries around the world, and every year more than 20,000 people are injured / killed by landmines.
As the United States ramps up tensions with China, researchers from both countries are feeling the heat, unable to collaborate on valuable research.
At first glance, it also seems somewhat illogical that Iran — even its faction of hardliners — would so willingly provide the US with a possible reason for war — a war it would most certainly lose when taking into account the country’s vastly inferior military might.
Saudi Arabia wants to avert war in the region but stands ready to respond with “all strength and determination” following last week’s attacks on Saudi oil assets, a senior official said on Sunday, adding that the ball was now in Iran’s court.
Pakistan sacks a provincial minister for making offensive comments about Hindus.
The National Police hand over almost 12,000 firearms left over from war to the CMAC.
Cambodia is known as a country that’s rich in culture, arts and architecture. But through war, internal conflicts, the splendid arts and culture have somehow been forgotten by its own people. Since the last three decades, the arts scene in Cambodia has been growing.
The US to end its support for the Saudi Arabia-led coalition in the war in Yemen.
The crack of a sniper round strikes terror as you crouch behind a cinder-block wall. An explosion rips into your ear drums. Down the street a building collapses into dust. A helicopter gunship emerges through the smoke, leaving nowhere to hide.
Holding peace talks with the Taliban is scandalous – and yet the group appears set to govern in a power-sharing deal as Afghanistan prepares for a leadership void. The future looks grim
The US and Taliban negotiators agree to put an end to the 17-year Afghanistan war.
If the genocide did not happen, would Phnom Penh city be on par with Singapore, Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur?
The UN General Assembly is set to endorse the Global Compact on Refugees, a week after a similar accord for migrants.
Christmas decorations are going up for the first time in years in Damascus.
The US military is dangerously under-funded and could lose the next big war it wages. That is the key message from a new report by the influential National Defense Strategy Commission.
The NA launches the memoir of its president Heng Samrin, detailing his struggle to overthrow the Khmer Rouge regime.
Topics on relationships, life during war, leaders’ negligence, good leadership and inspirational stories have been written and re-written time and time again.
South Sudan president and the head of main rebel group signed a final cease fire.
Ethiopia has appointed its first ambassador to Eritrea in two decades.
For almost 40 years, Cambodia has truly been blessed with fruitful results under the Royal Government of Cambodia with Samdech Techo Hun Sen as prime minister and CPP at the core.
Leaders and experts in global politics gather here at the 2018 World Peace Forum.
The UAE extends compulsory military service for Emirati men from 12 to 16 months.
Eleven members of a family are found dead in India’s capital.
Hundreds of Afghan peace marchers arrive exhausted in the capital, Kabul.
Police in Chikreng hand more than 20 pieces of unexploded ordnance over for destruction after they were found underground.
Lieutenant General Hun Manet says that Prime Minister Hun Sen has not allowed Cambodia to return to an era of war.
PM revisited the history of the civil war that Cambodia experienced for decades and his endeavour to build peace.
The good news is that World War III has not started. But the bad news is that nothing in Syria will be improved by Western powers’ airstrikes, writes DW’s Christian F Trippe.
The Mine Action Authority says the country needs more than $400 million to clear mines.