Mines and unexploded ordnance kill and injure some 100 people annually in Cambodia.
U.S. social media companies have acknowledged that Russian entities used their platforms to sow discord and disinformation during and after the 2016 presidential campaign. VOA Khmer's Hong Chenda narrates.
A State Department-sponsored program brought together entrepreneurs who knew each other only by reputation in Phnom Penh.
The announcement came just days after China provided Cambodia with donations to aid its demining efforts.
The Chinese donation came after the United States said it was cutting aid to the Cambodian Mine Action Center’s operations this year.
FPT’s chairman says Vietnam must seize digital revolution after missing last three
Flying drones are nothing new in the skies, but online retailers have been investing in them as a way to deliver goods faster and to those in hard-to-reach rural areas. But the automation doesn't stop there. Arash Arabasadi reports.
Officials downplay activists’ claims that surveillance and punishment of online dissent is increasing even as Hun Sen government expands online seeking 'likes’.
Devices believed to be vehicles for the disbursal of chemical weapons were found in Mondulkiri province in 2012 and in Svay Rieng province in October this year.
Why Facebook implemented this trial in the middle of crackdown on independent media in Cambodia or whether it will continue into election campaign next year remains a mystery.
Focus now on getting entrepreneurs to deliver on their pitches and meet concrete benchmarks.
Blockchain looms as a game changer for financial transparency in the region.