The Cambodian province of Siem Reap has become the first in the country to ban the dog-meat trade, citing health risks.
Cambodia reported four new coronavirus cases on Sunday, taking the country’s total to eight.
In the Cambodia’s Sihanoukville, the coronavirus has combined with a ban on online gambling to deal a double blow to the Chinese investment that had fueled local growth.
The number of new coronavirus cases in China’s Hubei province has risen again; a US passenger allowed to leave a cruise ship in Cambodia has tested positive in Malaysia.
China said the number of deaths from coronavirus on the mainland rose to 1,380; passengers on a cruise ship barred from five countries finally went ashore in Cambodia.
The cruise ship MS Westerdam, which was barred entry by five countries amid the coronavirus outbreak, has been allowed to anchor near Cambodia’s port of Sihanoukville.
Cambodia, Sri Lanka become 15th, 16th countries to report confirmed coronavirus infections; both cases are Chinese travelers from Hubei province.
On this day in 1978, then Chinese vice-premier Deng Xiaoping arrived in Myanmar on a six-day goodwill visit as tensions rose between Moscow and Beijing.
Cambodian opposition party leader Kem Sokha is due to go on trial for treason today in a case slammed by rights groups as bogus.
On this day in 1961, Myanmar opened the second Southeast Asian Peninsular Games. It dominated the medals table, in contrast to the current performances in the Philippines.
In Cambodia, businesses dedicated to using their profits for good are learning to find ways to scale up while staying true to their original mission.
Self-exiled Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy heads for home via Bangkok despite Prime Minister Hun Sen’s vow to arrest him and Thais’ refusal to allow him transit.
Malaysia detains two Cambodian opposition activists waiting to board flight for Thailand; one has asylum-seeker status.
Judge in Phnom Penh delays verdict in case of two Cambodian RFA journalists accused of spying, saying further investigation needed.
Phnom Penh finalizing plan to bring its recruitment law in line with Myanmar’s, Cambodian official says.