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  • Breaking: Four immigration police killed in crash

    Three immigration police officials at Kampot province's Kampot's Prek Chak International Border Checkpoint died at the scene after their car crashed into an articulated lorry in the early hours of Monday, while a fourth passed away en route to the hospital. A fifth was seriously injured and taken to Vietnam for treatment.

  • Breaking: Government to stop issuing online gambling licences

    The government on Sunday stopped issuing licences for internet gambling operations in a bid to crack down on online extortion, a directive signed by Prime Minister Hun Sen said. The directive issued on Sunday said such gambling operations allowed foreign criminals to base themselves in the Kingdom and carry out online scams while masquerading as gaming sites.

Garment factory GTI posts 83% Q2 rise in revenue hitting $44M

Cambodia Securities Exchange-listed (CSX) and Taiwan-based firm Grand Twins International (Cambodia) (GTI) posted an 83 per cent increase in revenue to $43.53 million in the...

Lampard denied first victory in Leicester draw

Frank Lampard is still waiting for his first win as Chelsea manager after Wilfred Ndidi gave Leicester a 1-1 draw to spoil the Blues legend’s homecoming on Sunday. Thrashed 4-0...

Provisional census results raise brighter development hopes

The provisional results of the 2019 census, the third decennial census to be conducted in Cambodia since 1998, raise hopes of brighter development prospects for the country.

Amleang: An idyllic rural getaway with a dark past in Kampong Speu

Known for its seven cascading waterfalls situated nearby rice fields, orange plantations, palm trees and sugar cane forests as far as the eye can see, the scenic views of the Chhreav mountain range in Kampong Speu province are attracting