Former senator Keo Maly reached out to the Appeal Court on Thursday to order the Phnom Penh Municipal Court to remove her properties that it had put up for auction.
Acting on orders from National Military Police commander Sao Sokha, the Kratie provincial court and Military Police detained an oknha (tycoon), and another man following questioning on Thursday, Military Police spokesman Eng Hy said.
The National Aids Authority (NAA) said more than 800 people tested positive for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) last year, joining over 76,000 others aged between 15 and 49 in the Kingdom already infected with the virus.
Minister of Interior Sar Kheng ordered relevant authorities to freeze the assets of those found to be involved in human trafficking and illegal logging.
Representative of 26 families involved in a long-standing land dispute with a Chinese-owned company in Koh Kong province gathered at the US Embassy in Phnom Penh on Thursday to deliver their petition seeking its intervention.
Almost 8,000 families and some 8,000ha of agricultural land in eight provinces have been affected by flooding and strong winds in August, National Committee for Disaster Management spokesman Keo Vy said on Thursday.
Kampot provincial police sent two councillors to court on Thursday for forging public documents to claim a villager’s land in Chhouk district.
Four ministers are scheduled to visit Germany between September 24 and 30 on a study tour of its decentralization programme.
An explosion on Wednesday at a liquid petroleum gas (LPG) car and tuk-tuk refuelling station in Siem Reap city has left 13 people, including an American and a Briton, suffering burns.
Ministry of Interior statistics announced on Wednesday showed that Cambodia had repatriated the bodies of 71 migrant workers who died abroad in the first six months of the year.