Only Afghanistan and Iran fare worse on list of countries ranked from most to least susceptible to money laundering
Cambodia’s newest micro-insurance firm on Monday paid out a $10,000 personal accident claim to a family who lost a 90-year-old aunt.
The man behind Cambodia’s first-ever blockbuster film, a maverick filmmaker who intends to set up the Kingdom’s answer to Hollywood in Kirirom, claims a first-ever decision to restrict screenings to viewers aged over 15 is costing the film nearly
More than 80 high-ranking police officers from across Cambodia attended a workshop yesterday in Phnom Penh about the appropriate use of force in policing and citizens’ rights upon arrest.
Scot Marciel, one of the US State Department's top Asia diplomats, sat down with State of Play during a whistle-stop tour of the region.
Travelers exasperated as sacked drivers and their supporters demand reinstatement.
Senior government adviser on the run after allegedly killing his mistress and their six-year-old daughter.
After a day of cheering on fighters at boxing matches in Phnom Penh, Champei* was ready to head home to Takeo province when a woman approached her as she was going back to her car.
The Ministry of Economy and Finance has installed an incentive program that awards employees of the General Department of Taxation (GDT) a share of the penalties incurred by firms found to have unpaid tax accounts.
A Turkish bath on the riverside has put a Southeast Asian twist on the centuries-old tradition
Indodrill were fracking merciless in their 4-0 defeat of fellow finalists Dan Meats in the 2014 CBC Charity Cup at Beeline Arena yesterday to lift the coveted crown in the day-long tournament, which raised money to help send a Cambodian
A man was caught on Wednesday trying to abscond with more than 100 bicycle parts taken from the factory where he worked in Svay Rieng, police said.
The wrenching tales of three Cambodian fishermen trafficked abroad played out on screen last night as a documentary about the issue was shown.