Some made us dance and filled our hearts with music, others made us dream with movies. VOA reports on some of the famous faces we lost in the U.S. and elsewhere in 2017. VOA Khmer's Sreng Leakhena narrates.
A total of 19 agreements were signed to fund large-scale infrastructure projects including seaports, expressways and an airport.
Kim Sok was an outspoken analyst prior to his arrest and regularly criticized the government in the media.
Four senators will be selected by the CPP-controlled parliament, while the remainder will be chosen by a vote of commune councilors.
Meeting in Cambodia on range of projects, overseen by Beijing-initiated Lancang-Mekong Cooperation, offers alternative on issue that may emerge as flashpoint akin to South China Sea.
Traffic accidents in Cambodia declined slightly in 2017 with more than 1,700 people killed on Cambodia’s roads last year.
U.S. Vice Presidents historically have had widely varying influence in the White House, depending on their relationship with the president. VOA Khmer's Sreng Leakhena narrates.
After police raided an illegal cockfighting ring, judge orders birds killed, but organizers remain unpunished.
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.
Autocrats and dictators are using 'Fake News' charges to justify crackdowns on media.
The statement comes amid growing tensions between Cambodia and the United States over Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government’s crackdown on political opponents and civil society.