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Thousands of Cambodian opposition supporters marched in the capital on Tuesday morning to mark the 65th International Human Rights Day despite a government ban on marching, Xinhua news agency reported.
Droves of seafood sellers descended on the normally sleepy Kep province this past weekend, attempting to capitalise on a tourism festival set up to drive dollars to Cambodia's coastal areas.
With its rich history, intoxicating culture, and gorgeous mix of architecture, Cambodia serves up sights and experiences in a mesmerizing brew.
Women line outside a Phnom Penh karaoke bar where sex is sold. There are many such establishments on the road to Svay Pak, on the outskirts of the Cambodian capital.
Cambodian Sam Vishna looks at a mixture of brown and white skulls that make up a map of Cambodia at Tuol Sleng Prison Museum in Phnom Penh in 1998.
Cambodia will resume international adoptions in 2014, more than four years after suspending them over concerns about child exploitation, an official said Wednesday.
A new specialized bank aimed at helping Cambodian farmers obtain loans and backed by Hong Kong-based securities firm Chief Group opened Sunday at Canadia Tower.
The Democrat Party, Thailand's oldest and the main force behind the country's political opposition, announced Sunday that its members would resign from Parliament and join anti-government street demonstrations, deepening the political turmoil that has left five people dead and hundreds injured over the past two weeks.
International car rental operator Avis is bringing its brand to Cambodia and Laos, according to a statement released last week from local licensee RMA Group.
That elusive first win continues to elude Cambodians competing under the banner of Asia's biggest MMA promotion, as Khim Dima came up short at ONE FC: Moment of Truth in Manila on Friday, getting stopped in the opening round by Ruel Catalan of the Philippines.
The entire staff of the Mlis Toul Tompoung BBQ celebrating payday. Photo by Calvin Godfrey Food epiphanies-those revelatory meals that once lifted me up and blew me over in Saigon daily-feel fewer and farther between these days.
LET THERE BE LIGHT Panasonic this week donated 1,500 solar lanterns to Unesco to be handed to the Apsara National Authority for distribution to the poorest villages in the Angkor park.
'A significant number of people believe that slavery ended in 1863, when in fact, modern slavery exists in every corner of the globe,' says Somaly Mam, herself a former sex slave.
After one twentysomething Austrian expat was asked by prospective expats for advice on settling in Phnom Penh, she decided to found a business to help.
Supporters welcome housing activist and prisoner of conscience, Yorm Bopha, after she was released on bail, 22 November 2013.