Pinoy football clubs shone on Tuesday. Can this success help boost the upcoming national league?
Oeuth Ang, a former soldier who had little steady work, shoots Kem Ley in the head while his victim was having a morning coffee at a Phnom Penh gas station in July
Ven Sopheap, a resident of eastern Prey Veng province, is given a two-year prison sentence for issuing a death threat and inciting discrimination
Angelina presents her second film 'First They Killed My Father,' based on the memoirs of Loung Ung
'Just because an issue is popular, it doesn't make it morally right or effective,' says anti-death penalty Malaysian parliamentarian Kasthuri Patto
(UPDATED) The suspects supposedly used a photo editing software to put King Norodom Sihamoni in a gay porn scene
In an email to Agence France-Presse, Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy slams the verdict, saying his conviction was reached by a 'kangaroo court'
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The Philippine President will bring home 4 deals on cooperation in tourism, sports, labor, and fighting crime
President Duterte will be the 5th Philippine president to visit Cambodia
The President continues his tour of ASEAN countries with his upcoming state visits to Cambodia and Singapore
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Philippine Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr hits an 'irresponsible' statement of UN envoy David Scheffer, who warned the Philippines over human rights abuses
DFA: 'Mr Scheffer's remarks are irresponsible and alarming since these are directed at the leadership of a democratic country with a functioning criminal justice system'
The decision delivers a blow to their hopes of release as they face a second trial for genocide
'Frankly speaking, I really want Trump to win,' Hun Sen says in a speech to hundreds of police cadets in the capital Phnom Penh
The game sparks anger after players appeared at Tuol Sleng prison, where up to 15,000 people were sent to their deaths during the Khmer Rouge's 1975-79 rule
'The Filipino foreign minister himself decided to remove (it) and not to mention the ruling,' Cambodia's foreign ministry spokesman says
The procession for Kem Ley is one of the largest public gatherings in Cambodia in recent years
(4th UPDATE) The first day of talks in Laos ends without an agreement on whether or not to mention the Hague ruling on the Philippines-China case
The issue is expected to overshadow the summit happening in Laos, with several of the 10 member states also claiming territory in the contested waters
A study shows increase in new HIV infection rate from 2005 to 2015 in 74 countries
(UPDATED) Regional diplomats say the 'no-comment' is due to pressure from Beijing
(UPDATED) The death of Kem Ley comes at a time of heightened political tensions between premier Hun Sen and Cambodia's political opposition
Hun Sen and his relatives have amassed more than $200 million through their interests in 114 private companies, according to a report from UK-based watchdog Global Witness
The grant recipient will also get a one-year mentorship with any Angkor alumnus photographer from the Philippines and have his or her work featured on Invisible Photographer Asia
In an angry speech Hun Sen also accuses the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration of political bias as it prepares to rule on a sea dispute between the Philippines and China
A detailed budget itinerary by traveler Jayson Concepcion shows the complete expense breakdown of his trip, which cost him P33,000 for a full 23 days of travel
Traveler Andrea Javier visits Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and Siem Reap, Cambodia. Here's her detailed budget and what she did on her 6-day vacation
Trains will now run once a day in either direction from Friday through Sunday
The regional fever is expected to break by mid-year but fears are growing that an equally forceful La Niña will follow
The 'regretful' Angkor Elephant Company says it will let its 13 remaining elephants work fewer hours after one died on April 22
Um Sam An, a dual Cambodian-US national is arrested in Siem Reap province after returning from overseas
This means there are no longer any breeding populations of tigers left in Cambodia
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The Regional Report on Nutrition Security in ASEAN highlights the challenges of child nutrition in the region, including the double burden of malnutrition
The 102 elongated tortoises and 17 pythons found in a cargo truck will be released back into the wild
A 25-year-old man, who faces up to two years in jail if found guilty, is accused of being behind an FB post predicting the death of Hun Sen on January 7
The UN-backed court is an attempt to administer belated justice to the regime's victims and promote reconciliation in the still scarred nation
The case shines a spotlight on the chronically underfunded healthcare system in Cambodia
The opposition chief is Hun Sen's main rival and was in self-exile at the time of the sentence as he also faced a string of other convictions he claimed were trumped-up
Probes into the lucrative trade are steeped with risk and several high-profile killings of activists trying to expose the rampant spread of logging have blighted the kingdom in recent years
'Saya di sini bukan untuk mengubah dunia.'
'Brother Number Two' Nuon Chea, 89, and ex-head of state Khieu Samphan, 84, are on trial at a UN-backed court in Cambodia for the killing of ethnic Vietnamese and Muslim minorities, and for the regime's use of forced marriage and rape
Ieng Thirith, a French-educated revolutionary who was 83 when she died, is one of the few women in the leadership of the communist movement behind the horrors of the 'Killing Fields' era
'We hope other countries, not only the Philippines and Cambodia, can prepare for and minimize risks for any kind of disaster'
(UPDATED) Diplomatic sources say the Philippines and Vietnam in particular are pushing for stronger language on Chinese land reclamation, but there is pushback from traditional China allies
'In both Cambodia and Philippines, we are optimistic about the future, yet every single youth just needs to do more to make our collective future brighter'