The body of a Canadian journalist who went missing in Siem Reap 10 weeks ago has been found inside the temple complex of Angkor Wat, officials said Thursday.
A Cambodian reporter for the Voice of Democracy Radio has been awarded by Reporters Without Borders as an “Information Hero.”
Members of the Cambodian American Heritage Association held an art performance on Saturday in Arlington, Virginia, in celebration of the Khmer New Year. VOA Khmer's Pin Sisovann has the report.
Activists and police clashed outside the Phnom Penh Municipal Court building on Friday, where 23 labor activists were brought for trial following their arrests in January.
The draft law, on which work started two years ago, has assumed increasing relevance since July's general election.
The Ministry of Labor issued a statement saying all sides have agreed in principle to raise salaries yearly, according to an anonymous vote and a formula.
Cambodian's ancient Angkor Wat has become the latest historical site to be digitally mapped by Google for armchair tourists to visit online.
In interviews with VOA Khmer, media experts said more funding of that sector could help prevent such errors in the future.
Prices per kilowatt hour can be up to four times more expensive in the countryside, where many of the country’s impoverished live, than in the city.
Mu Sochua is leading a non-violent campaign by attempting to enter the park in protest of the government’s current ban on public gatherings.