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Cambodia will no longer benefit from EU's preferential trade programme
For years, Cambodia and the European Union have been on a collision course over the southeast Asian country's "serious and systemic violation of human rights". Now, its stand has become official.
COVID-19: Unwanted cruise ship to finally disembark in Cambodia
Survivors rescued from collapsed building in southern Cambodia
At least five people have died following the collapse.
Thousands evacuated as deadly flooding hits Cambodia
Eleven people, including two children, have died and 10,000 families have been evacuated across 14 provinces in the past 10 days due to severe flooding. On Sunday (September 18) the water resource ministry had forecast water levels to continue to rise in several provinces, including Prey Veng.
Nuon Chea, Khmer Rouge's Brother Number Two, dies at 93
Nuon Chea, one of the architects of the Cambodian genocide that wiped out a quarter of his countrymen, has died in Phnom Penh, aged 93.
The grandads fighting back against deforestation
Cambodia's forests are under threat from illegal loggers, forcing villagers to take matters into their own hands.
Cambodians re-enact genocidal horrors to remember those killed in Khmer Rouge regime
Cambodian actors on Monday (May 20) re-enacted scenes of civilians being killed by Khmer Rouge soldiers to remember the millions who died during the murderous Maoist regime that came to an end 40 years ago.
Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide
Two leaders from Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge have been convicted of genocide, almost four decades after the communist regime was overthrown.
Cambodia's ruling party claims victory after disputed election
Europe’s populists head to Cambodia to observe controversial vote
Cambodia marks 39 years since fall of Khmer Rouge rule
Between 1975 and 1979, Pol Pot's rule of terror killed an estimated 1.7 million people - nearly a quarter of the population - through execution, torture, starvation and disease in labour camps.
"Democracy died in Cambodia today"
The EU and US are promising "concrete steps" against Cambodia after the main opposition party was banned ahead of the country's elections.
Cambodian court dissolves main opposition party
Cambodians gather to mark Festival of the Dead finale
The Festival of the Dead allows people to say prayers and offer food to lost loved ones
Cambodia gets tough on commercial surrogacy
Ancient Cambodian temple gets UNESCO listing
Incy wincy fried Cambodian spider yum yum!
Anyone for fried spider?
Cambodians mourn beloved activist
Tens of thousands gathered on Sunday (July 24) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia to join a funeral procession taking the body of assassinated government critic Kem Ley to his hometown in Takeo…
Remembrance of things past in Haiti and Cambodia
Over the past few years Learning World has heard many inspiring stories about education in the face of adversity and trauma. Two reports that
Khmer Rouge 'First Lady' Ieng Thirith dies
Ieng Thirith, the sister-in-law of Cambodian dictator Pol Pot, has died, nearly five years after being indicted for genocide and crimes against
Enlightening education: inspiring projects for blind and visually impaired students
Blind and visually-impaired people have long had to overcome challenges in education, as they do in many aspects of life. The World Health
Cambodia: bomb removed from Mekong river
A bomb found at the bottom of the Mekong river in Cambodia has been carefully removed from the water. A fisherman had spotted the MK80 series
Cambodia: 40th anniversary of the fall of Phnom Penh
In Cambodia, opposition leader Sam Rainsy leads prayers on the 40th anniversary of the fall of Phnom Penh to the Khmer Rouge. #Cambodge : 40e
Curtains come down on 13th Amazon Raid
The 13th edition of the Amazon Raid came to a close over the weekend following five days of competition in Cambodia. After foot races, kayaking
2014 Raid Amazones
The 13th edition of the Raid Amazones all-women adventure race is now well underway with 84 teams taking part in this year’s event. The race
"WISE" winners & altruistic innovators
More than a thousand education decision-makers will attend the WISE World Innovation Summit for Education in Doha between the 13th-15h November. The