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7 Jan
Cambodia's strongman ruler Hun Sen travelled to Myanmar Friday for talks with the junta -- the first foreign leader to visit since the generals seized power almost a year ago.
5 Jun 2021
A giant African pouched rat called Magawa who spent years sniffing out landmines in the Cambodian countryside has stopped working and will enjoy a well-earned retirement eating bananas and peanuts, his employers told AFP. Magawa, originally from Tanzania, was trained by the Belgian charity APOPO which says the rodent helped clear mines from 225,000 square…
4 Jun 2021
Toxic home-brewed rice wine has killed more than 30 Cambodian villagers in three separate incidents in less than a month, authorities said Friday.
17 Feb 2021
Cambodia's government moved to exert near-total control over the country's online life Wednesday, setting up a national internet gateway which activists say will stifle freedom of expression and block content via a China-style firewall.
29 Dec 2020
Cambodian premier Hun Sen announced Tuesday that the kingdom had extracted its first drop of crude oil from its waters, a long-awaited milestone for one of Southeast Asia's poorest nations.
8 Dec 2020
The Ibo is seen as extraordinarily good in business. He has long transport routes (now reduced by armed robbers), he is good at electronics, spare parts, and building luxury houses in Lekki
19 Feb 2020
Dozens of passengers stuck for nearly a week on a US cruise ship in Cambodia disembarked Wednesday, after being given the all-clear from a deadly coronavirus.
15 Jan 2020
The treason trial of Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha opened Wednesday, more than two years after his arrest in a case decried by his family as a "farce" and widely pilloried as politically motivated.
23 Dec 2019
Nigeria is one of the beneficiaries of the two new work programmes endorsed by the GEF council in a meeting at the weekend. The Council also took a number of decisions concerned with updating GEF policies and operations
29 Oct 2019
The annual International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) Global Rights Index (GRI), has highlighted how systematic dismantling of the foundations of workplace democracy, and the violent repression of strikes and protests put peace and stability at risk.
21 Aug 2019
Cambodia's leader issuing a longtime political opponent in a French court for defamation, the lawyer who filed the complaint said Wednesday.
7 Aug 2019
Cambodia’s nearly full month of public holidays will be cut to 22 days next year, with International Human Rights Day, a Buddhist festival and four others set to be axed, local media reported on Wednesday.

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