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Celebrations were closed down, an NGO worker was briefly detained and security forces were accused of stomping on a protester’s stomach on International Human Rights Day.
Representatives of the international auction house Sotheby’s say they have found one key flaw in the case to repatriate a highly valuable Angkorean-era sculpture: the statue wasn’t stolen in the first place.
Police arrested three alleged “armed” robbers after they used plastic pistols to steal $70 and a mobile phone from an elderly woman in Phnom Penh.
More than 700,000 workers at private companies and factories across 19 provinces have registered to join a nationwide pension scheme that goes into effect in 2015.
Speaking as ASEAN chair, PM Hun Sen appealed to North Korea to permanently postpone a highly criticised planned rocket launch.
Union leaders representing workers on strike at the Tropicana Casino and Resort were served with a summons by the Banteay Meanchey provincial court after a complaint by the casino’s management.
Officials remain unsure whether victims of the deadly fire that destroyed the Siem ReapNight Market and took the lives of eight people would receive any compensation for their losses.
Economic land concessions granted to a pair of Vietnamese companies in Ratanakkiri are endangering the traditional lifestyles of as many as 200 ethnic-minority families.
Marjolaine Caron stood in front of the last picture ever taken of her father, Gilles Caron, whodisappeared while covering the opening salvos of the civil war in 1970.
A 22-year-old man is behind bars after attacking a trio of bystanders with a cleaver; a woman's call was cut short when thieves snatched her iPhone mid-sentence.
There is a pressing need for justice in Cambodia.
The number of jobs is rising slightly.
SIEM REAP: A deadly blaze rips through a popular Siem Reap night market killing eight people and leaving two hospitalised with serious injuries.
More than 160,000 Cambodian migrant workers in Thailand stand to be deported if they have not registered by a December 14 deadline.
More than 160 families in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district watched excavators rip apart their homes at the behest of two district deputy governors.
A man suspected of throwing a grenade into a Kampot province wedding, killing one guest and injuring eight others, was arrested.
Three soldiers had died and seven remained in a critical condition after eating food and home-made rice wine suspected to have been poisonous.
Elected and appointed officials have been complicit in a catalogue of human rights abuses over the past two years, rights group Licadho says.
An armed robbery in Phnom Penh's Tuol Kork district ended in tragedy when a chauffeur was shot to death.
Vietnamese-run beauty and barber shops in Phnom Penh will be the target of wider police investigations.