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Eight representatives of Phnom Penh communities involved in land disputes were allowed to present their petitions to the Council of Ministers.
An Australian man receives two year prison sentence after court alters charges from purchasing sex from a minor to unlawfully moving the girl against her will.
Cambodia has improved slightly in the realm of corruption compared with 2011, the head of the country’s Transparency International office said.
China has reportedly dispatched embassy officials to investigate a major breach at the Chinese-built Stung Atai dam in Pursat province after four men were swept away.
Police are hunting for a group of villagers who allegedly beat six drunken, plainclothes policemen during a ceremony at a new school on the Cambodia-Laos border.
One woman died and eight others were injured when some fireworks exploded while being transported in a van in Kampong Cham province.
A junk shop owner and her daughter are believed to have been killed by a former employee in Battambang province.
Sam Rainsy Party Youth Wing leader Soung Sophorn has invited Hun Sen to attend the hearing into the premeditated murder case he has brought against the premier.
Two Vietnamese and one Chinese national arrested in a hair salon bust will be formally charged with operating an illegal prostitution business, police said.
Local authorities in Russey Keo district inspected villagers' homes after they refuse compensation from the sand-dredging company they say is causing their homes to collapse.
There is nearly $1,000 of national debt for every Cambodian baby.
Two officers who allegedly fired off a few rounds in a nightclub and beat its staff were charged with reckless shooting and causing injuries.
A woman and her grandson handed over not only $70 and a mobile phone, but a land title they had just picked up to men in student uniforms who threatened them with a fake weapon.
The Siem Reap Provincial Court sentenced a Japanese man to two years in prison after he was found guilty of sexually harassing an underage girl.
Cambodia's vital southern mangrove systems are choking as rising sea levels, agitated by climate change and sand dredging, inundate them with sand.
A statue in Phnom Penh's Sambor pagoda was stolen and recovered so many times that the monks decided to offer it to City Hall for keeping it in the National Museum.
Anti-trafficking police busted a Phnom Penh hair salon believed to be a front for prostitution and human trafficking.
A military police officer was arrested and his accomplice is on the run after they went on a drunken rampage at a club in Pursat province’s capital.