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Four Cambodians injured in Mali suicide blast

Publication date 15 November 2018 | 09:46 | ICT

Four Cambodians were injured, one seriously, in a suicide attack in Mali’s Gao city late on Monday, the Ministry of Defence said. The blast killed three people. Malian civilians working for the UN died in the attack in the violence-plagued



  • William A Heidt to ‘press US government on sanctions’

    Publication date 15 November 2018 | 09:36 | ICT

    Outgoing US Ambassador to Cambodia William A Heidt said he will continue to press the US government on the possibility of lifting the visa sanctions imposed on certain Cambodian government officials, even after leaving his post, a M

  • Wildlife Alliance CEO makes Forbes hero list

    Publication date 15 November 2018 | 09:32 | ICT

    Wildlife Alliance founder and CEO Suwanna Gauntlett made it to Forbes Asia’s Annual Heroes of Philanthropy list, which highlights some of the region’s noteworthy givers, the magazine said on Wednesday.

  • Defendants plea hearing delay

    Publication date 15 November 2018 | 09:20 | ICT

    An NGO worker and six Kuoy ethnic community members from Brame commune in Preah Vihear province’s Tbeng Meanchey district requested on Wednesday a delay of their court hearing over a land dispute dating to 2014.

  • Government leads joint programme with EU, strengthening an education sector

    Publication date 15 November 2018 | 09:15 | ICT

    The EU on Wednesday launched the new phase of a multi-agency supported programme aimed at strengthening the Kingdom’s education sector.

  • Hun Sen slams opposition lawyer for ‘incompetence’

    Publication date 15 November 2018 | 08:49 | ICT

    A defence lawyer for the opposition on Wednesday defended their “legalism” after Prime Minister Hun Sen slammed them as “incompetent” and “unqualified”, telling them to listen to and analyse what he said before making statements abo

  • Experts raise concern over prisoners’ health

    Publication date 15 November 2018 | 08:05 | ICT

    Experts have expressed concerns about the health of prison inmates who are facing a wide range of physical challenges, including tuberculosis, drug addiction and depression – while prisons are overcrowded and have insufficient clean

  • PM hopes Asean will ‘root deeply’ with ‘partner’ China

    Publication date 15 November 2018 | 08:04 | ICT

    At the Asean summit in Singapore on Wednesday, Prime Minister Hun Sen said he hoped the bloc’s relationship with China would “root deeply”, hailing the Asian power as a “strategic partner”, while its Premier Li Keqiang called for im

  • Government urged to tackle waste

    Publication date 15 November 2018 | 08:03 | ICT

    With rapid growth in its economy and population, the Cambodian government was urged on Wednesday to recycle and reduce as it faces a growing volume of municipal and industrial waste.

  • Police question some suspected of murder

    Publication date 15 November 2018 | 07:57 | ICT

    Police on Wednesday questioned a number of suspects in relation to the murder of a village security guard who was found dead with three stab wounds in the capital’s Dangkor district late on Tuesday.

  • Jailed foreigner pleads innocence at hearing

    Publication date 15 November 2018 | 07:56 | ICT

    A Turkish man pleaded not guilty to a child prostitution charge at his Supreme Court trial on Wednesday. Aydin Goktepe, 51, claimed he was cheated by a “prostitute” when he asked her to find him a wife in 2014.