“Before I was sick, I had so many dreams. I thought I would have a bright future,” said Oun Retra, in an interview with VOA reporters in November 2019.
On January 3, 2020, a six-floor building in Kep province collapsed, killing 36 people and injuring 23 others.
While Kem Sokha’s case languishes in limbo, around 50 CNRP defendants will be tried for alleged conspiracy and incitement on Thursday and another 80 former party members will face similar charges in a trial scheduled for March.
Preliminary student enrolment numbers from the education ministry for kindergarten to high school were around 3,466,000 students which was a 17,854 drop from 2019.
Thailand is home to around 1.2 million Cambodian migrant workers, according to Cambodian government estimates, a significant number of whom are undocumented.
China agreed last October to share water data with the MRC, an advisory body to Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam that had long sought the information for planning.
A major obstacle to Mu Sochua’s return is the cancelation of her Cambodian passport in 2019, which means she will require a visa on her American passport before departure.
While private schools have started reopening this week, students at public schools are due to return next week.
More than 260,000 of Cambodia's 16 million people are trapped in modern slavery, according to the Global Slavery Index by the Australia-based Walk Free Foundation, many of them children.
Migrants have to sign up online and be registered by an employer before mid-September in order to receive a work permit until February 2023, according to a resolution by the cabinet.
Hun Sen said the first drop of oil was extracted on Monday by KrisEnergy, a Singapore-based oil, and gas company, from a well in offshore Block A in the Gulf of Thailand, west of the coastal Cambodian province of Preah Sihanouk.