For the past decade, a former Hollywood film CEO founded Cambodian Children's Fund has made a difference to the lives of thousands of Cambodia's disadvantaged children and their families.
Dave Walker, 58, disappeared from outside his guesthouse in the tourist town on Feb. 14, but police in the city and local officials say they have been unable to find out what happened to him.
Other sites heavily patrolled include National Road 4, the Bavet Industrial Zone near Vietnam, and factories in Svay Rieng and Kampong Cham provinces.
Nearly 100 medical workers demonstrated outside their hospital in Phnom Penh on Tuesday, saying their existing building was sold by the government.
Dave Walker, a Canadian journalist, unexpectedly disappeared in the tourist town of Siem Reap Feb. 14, under mysterious circumstances.
Union leaders say they are moving forward with plans for continued strikes as they continue their efforts to raise the minimum wage for factory workers to $160 per month.
Prince Norodom Ranarridh, once Prime Minister Hun Sen’s biggest political rival, has formed a new party.
Three draft judicial reform bills are expected to be reviewed by the Council of Ministers for approval in coming weeks.
Supporters of the 17 hill tribe groups from northeastern Cambodia say they believe the complaint will meet World Bank standards for review.
The proposed union submitted its application on Jan. 5, two days following a deadly crackdown on labor demonstrators in Phnom Penh that left at least four people dead.
Nguyen Van Chyen, 28, was killed after a traffic accident escalated into an altercation between him and his friends and a group of Cambodians.
Cambodia’s ruling and opposition parties reopened negotiations on Tuesday, seeking to end a political deadlock that has been in place since July’s national elections.