Cambodia and Cuba have signed three memoranda of understanding (MoU) on cooperation in the fields of health, education and foreign policy coordination, while Prime Minister Hun Sen also announced the provision of 6,000 tonnes of mil
Minister of Labour and Vocational Training Ith Samheng praised the 1.2 million Cambodia migrant workers working in Thailand for their dedication and strong work ethics when it comes to earning their livings, supporting their familie
Nearly 30 people died and more than 50 others were injured in 34 traffic accidents during the three-day Pchum Ben public holiday from September 24-26, according to a National Police report.
A senior Ministry of Health official reiterated that the Covid-19 pandemic is not yet over and requires active public awareness to promote changes in personal healthcare along with monitoring and identifying symptoms of suspected vi
The threats posed by landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERW) are more complex than they might appear at first glance, as they leave people with crippling injuries, suffering, trauma and in mourning while also disrupting develo
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport has once again called on drivers to stop using the Phnom Penh-Preah Sihanouk Expressway as the highway has not been officially opened to the public.
The Cambodian Independent Teacher’s Association (CITA) plans to celebrate this year’s Teachers’ Day on October 5 with a public display, with Phnom Penh authorities saying that permission may be granted depending on the circumstances
Chhim Chaknineath was awarded the Chevening Scholarship for one year of postgraduate study in the UK for the academic year 2022-2023 along with a group of 10 other outstanding students who applied.
The Ministry of Health on September 27 reported 7 new Covid-19 community cases and 9 more recoveries.
Prime Minister Hun Sen addressed the 77th UN General Assembly (UNGA) in the early hours of September 24, highlighting global challenges exacerbated by the escalation of armed conflicts and superpower rivalry, among others, while urging world leaders to adopt a balanced approach to the pressing