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Fear grips immigrants who fled here to escape genocide – “They’re going to try...

Thuoy Phok expected his meeting with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to be brief — so brief that he hadn’t eaten breakfast. A plumber from Tacoma, Phok planned on returning to work later that day.

Cambodia urged not to criminalize surrogate mothers with new law

New laws being drafted in Cambodia on commercial surrogacy must not criminalize surrogate mothers, women’s rights campaigners said on Friday, after 11 women jailed for agreeing to carry a client’s baby were released from prison.

Is the EU Wrong on Rights in Cambodia?

The EU’s approach risks undermining Cambodia’s development and harming its own image in the country.

The injustice of Cambodian justice

The government aims to appear tough on crime, seen in a bulging prison population, but ranked second worst worldwide on a recent rule of law index

Cambodia sends 6th batch of 298 troops to Mali for UN peacekeeping mission

Cambodia sent the sixth batch of 298 troops, including 25 women, to join a United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission in the war-torn West African nation of Mali on Friday.

‘I had never seen my dad cry:’ Deported Cambodians bewildered by country they never...

When new deportees arrive in Cambodia on a plane from the United States, their first stop is at the Khmer Vulnerability Aid Organization in the country’s capital of Phnom Penh.

Binh Phuoc resettles repatriated Vietnamese from Cambodia

Authorities of the southern province of Binh Phuoc have instructed local agencies to help stabilise the lives of more than 1,500 Vietnamese people who were repatriated from Cambodia.

Wreath to Be Laid in Honor of Covington Marine Lost in Vietnam War

A United States Marine from Covington who was lost in the Vietnam War will be remembered on Sunday.

Chinese ‘gangster’ video that caused Cambodia’s police chief to intervene ‘was a prank’

Apparent threat in online clip to take control of Sihanoukville alarmed local authorities.

Remnants of 100 undiscovered ancient temples which are thought to date back as far...

Cambodian archaeologists claim to have found nearly 100 ancient temples.

East Anglian Air Ambulance on Cambodian bar advert

An air ambulance charity has distanced itself from a Cambodian bar that used its helicopter in an advert for "all beautiful girls".

5 killed in car-truck collision in Cambodia

A local police chief declared that five civilians have died as another two were wounded in a crash between a tanker truck and a Lexus SUV in Southwest Cambodia's Koh Kong province.

Cambodia sees rise in landmine/UXO casualties in 1st 4 months

Cambodia has recorded 47 landmine and unexploded ordnance (UXO) casualties in the first four months of 2019, up 96 percent compared with 24 casualties over the same period last year, said an official report on Thursday.

Dak Lak holds burial services for remains of martyrs found in Cambodia

The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak on May 16 held burial services for the remains of 17 Vietnamese volunteer soldiers and experts who laid down their lives in Cambodia during wartime.

As ICE deports more Cambodian refugees, some find hope in pardons

The Trump administration has deported Cambodian refugees with criminal records at an unprecedented pace. Liberal governors are using pardons to fight back.

Cambodian surrogates freed after agreeing to keep babies

Eleven women allegedly paid to be surrogate mothers have been released on bail after agreeing to keep the babies, Cambodia's trafficking czar said Wednesday, as the poor Southeast Asian nation seeks to regulate the womb-for-hire trade.

China to Help Cambodia Deal with Chinese Gang

The Chinese embassy in Phnom Penh on Sunday promised assistance to Cambodian police after a video surfaced in which a Chinese gangster declares he will seize control of a major Cambodian city while 20 other men, shirtless and tattooed, cheer him on.

Three monks deported to Cambodia after complaints of donation pressures

Police deported three monks back to their home country of Cambodia this week after the monks reportedly stood outside a local resident’s home in Si Sa Ket province on numerous occasions this week so as to pressure the homeowner to make cash donations to them.

EU prepares to kneecap Cambodia over human rights

In February 2019, the European Union launched an 18-month process over whether or not to maintain Cambodia’s preferential access to the EU market under the Everything But Arms (EBA) trade scheme.

Cambodia will start offering pensions to private sector employees

Cambodian government will start implementing the pension system, or simply called the retirement salary, for all Cambodian workers in the fourth quarter of the year 2019. According to Ouk Samvithea, the government delegation in charge of the National Social Security Fund.


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Cambodia charges GCG ASIA’s CEO with “fraud attempt” for linking PM...

A Cambodian court on Sunday charged Yaw Foo Hoe, chief executive officer of GCG ASIA, with "fraud attempt" for falsely claiming that country's Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen supported the company's unlicensed cryptocurrency trading, a spokesman said.