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2 hrs ago | Voice of America
Buddhist monks gather at a memorial stupa with bones of more than 8,000 victims of the Khmer Rouge regime at Choeung Ek, a "Killing Fields" site located on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, April 17, 2014.
5 hrs ago | South China Morning Post
A villager sits beneath a mosquito net in a village in Pailin, Cambodia. When used properly, insecticide-treated bed nets can reduce the chance of malarial infection in malaria endemic hot-zones.
9 hrs ago | Deseret News
Elder Kory Stevens, left, served an LDS mission in Cambodia from 2008-2010. He now teaches Cambodian at the Missionary Training Center in Provo and attends BYU.
11 hrs ago | Pnompenh Post
Regarding the Phnom Penh Post article "Agreement a tough sell" published on July 24: It takes guts and wisdom for a leader to go sometimes against the tide of public opinion, especially that of his own supporters.
15 hrs ago | Bega District News
Bega High teacher Cheryl Atkinson, and students Rhys Davies and Annie Fitzer show off the two paintings they are raffling for organisations in Cambodia and Vietnam.
A CENTURY after the outbreak of the First World War, a plaque bearing the names of 11 fallen servicemen is to be unveiled on the Sutton-in-Craven war memorial at a ceremony on Sunday.
Readers of Travel + Leisure magazine have voted for their favorite city destinations in an annual survey.
A film crew working on a new television series about the "traditional Khmer musical instruments" in Cambodia claims paranormal activity put everyone on edge.
As the country improves the quality of its grain, it hopes to export one million tons of milled rice in 2015.
New York City officials are turning up the heat on the Elmo, Cookie Monster and Statues of Liberty impersonators who often demand money for posing in photos with tourists.
Cambodia's UN-backed Khmer Rouge court on Wednesday began a second trial of two former regime leaders on charges including genocide of Vietnamese people and ethnic Muslims, forced marriages and rape.
Cambodia will not allow any Thai politicians who face arrest warrants in Thailand to shelter on its territory - and it has laws against such moves, Cambodian deputy premier and defence minister General Tea Banh said yesterday.
Two women rest on a windowsill inside the Angkor Wat temple at Siem Reap, Cambodia, taking a rest from viewing the friezes.
Last week, a British expat living in the Kingdom of Cambodia was convicted of defamation in the Phnom Penh Municipal Court for statements published on his personal blog relating to the director of a private investment firm.
South Korea reached agreement with Thailand and four other Mekong region countries Tuesday to further their diplomatic and economic cooperation, Seoul's foreign ministry said.
Two members of a notorious recruitment agency who have already been convicted of selling Cambodians as forced labourers yesterday faced additional charges of human trafficking.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 03:37 pm
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