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High-level bureaucrats from Australia have visited several sites in Cambodia over the past two months to view properties where refugees from its overseas detention centre on Nauru could be relocated, the Post has learned.
Though the United States' training of Cambodia's "abusive armed forces" has come under fire this year, a visiting senior US military official said yesterday such training would continue, noting that "great progress" was being made on rights violations.
Measuring in detail the country's largest sector in terms of household engagement, the government yesterday revealed the results of the first-ever Agricultural Census - a survey welcomed yesterday by industry analysts.
At the age of 18, Lim Visal* was chained to a post by his parents, who were anxious about his undiagnosed schizophrenia and too poor to refer him to a hospital.
When Phnom Penh centre for underprivileged children Aziza's Place asked 22 of their young students to paint a picture, they weren't sure what to expect.
It's one of those questions parents avoid if they can, but my seven-year-old son has been reading over my shoulder as I study a book for our trip to Cambodia.
ANZ has ruled out helping hundreds of poor Cambodian families forcibly evicted from their land to make way for sugar-cane plantations that involved child labour and led to food shortages.
Cambodia Bayon Airlines will soon import two Modern Ark 60 aircrafts from the state-owned Aviation Industry Corporation of China , with plans to begin domestic flights before the end of the year, a company representative said yesterday.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday sought to distance himself from the land dispute epidemic plaguing Cambodia, professing complete ignorance of many of the cases and placing the onus primarily on provincial-level officials.
1883 - The volcano Krakatoa erupts on the island Krakatau, near Indonesia, creating tsunami waves that killed more than 36,000 people.
Will offshore oil drilling make Cambodia the "next Nigeria"? What will the economic ramifications be of Asean economic integration? Nine students presented a diverse range of research findings at Zaman International School to promote a "culture of research" in the Kingdom.
JAKARTA/PHNOM PENH - Labor leaders behind the biggest strikes in Cambodia's $5 billion garment industry knew last year they had a strong case for higher wages: they had already compared notes with activists in neighboring countries.
A garment worker holds a placard reading "Monthly minimum wage $160" during a protest in central Phnom Penh in this December 31, 2013 file photo.
Many of the old images in Bochan Huy's "Chnam Oun 16" music video are haunting - fleeting, grainy footage of workers in rural Cambodian labor camps and Phnom Penh's crumbling shops and streets, emptied of life.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 05:18 am
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