Traffic accidents in Cambodia declined slightly in 2017 with more than 1,700 people killed on Cambodia’s roads last year.
Chea Vichea was killed on January 22, 2004, while he was buying his morning newspaper.
Meeting held amid push by China to build more dams that are altering the water flow and raising environmental concerns.
The bamboo train is a small wooden-framed deck that sits on top of two independent axles, reclaimed from damaged tanks left over from the civil war.
John Burgess most recent, “The Stairway Guide’s Daughter,” is a work of fiction set in the 12th century at the clifftop temple of Preah Vihear, famous for its 2,400-step stairway.
After police raided an illegal cockfighting ring, judge orders birds killed, but organizers remain unpunished.
Proposed taxes on filmmakers reflect broader push to transition from dysfunctional system of negotiated tax to more sustainable government revenue base.
The illegal gambling ring was allegedly run by a relative of Prime Minister Hun Sen, Thai Phanny.
A letter from Sar Kheng, the interior minister, circulated this week showed the government had formed a working group staffed by senior ruling party officials.
Evictees argue that the new property will cause a significant dent in their already modest incomes.
Autocrats and dictators are using 'Fake News' charges to justify crackdowns on media.
The government’s meteorology department said the cold snap is expected to ease this week following a period of rainfall.