Cambodian artist publishes a well-received graphic novel about his years spent enslaved and forced to work on a Thai fishing boat.
Phnom Penh residents and businesses have complained for weeks about the worst power shortages in years, but one group has reaped the benefits: generator sellers.
Dozens of former CNRP members have been summoned in recent weeks, as the CPP government continues to pressure the opposition.
The rapporteur calls for the release of former opposition leader Kem Sokha and an end to the court cases against another 80 ex-opposition members.
Cambodia’s National Election Committee says campaigns for the May 26 elections of city and provincial councillors were proceeding without irregularities.
Agriculture experts, however, say climate change is putting Cambodia’s rice harvest at ever great risk of floods and drought.
Shoe lobby says president's proposed 25% levy would cost American consumers $7 billion annually.
The initiative, supported by both governments, marks another step toward replacing Cambodia’s once free press with China’s model of information, media experts say.
Actors re-enacted gruesome scenes of violence at Choeung Ek Genocidal Center as part of an annual ceremony to mark the Khmer Rouge regime horrors.
Rights groups and activists say the recent deportation and disappearance of Thai dissidents in Malaysia and Vietnam may portend more to come.
Deal is significant not only because it facilitates exports, but also as it lays out commitments on human rights, labor unions, and environmental protection.
Following negotiations with Cambodian officials, Germany decided to approve a package of $34 million in loans and $32 million in grants.