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15 hrs ago | The Nation
For your next holiday, load up the car and spend time away from the tourists in Rayong, Chanthaburi and Trat Explore the mysterious marsh of Klaeng, watch the sea eagle hunting for fish in Khlung, sip Angkor Beer in Had Lek, shop at a marketplace at the Thai-Cambodian border and snorkel in the clear waters off Koh Mak.
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19 hrs ago | The Heritage Foundation
Hun Sen, prime minister of Cambodia, and opposition leader Sam Rainsy met last week in an attempt to reconcile differences over allegedly rigged July 2013 elections.
The Lobster Post co-owner, Jack Jagetic, welcomes customers to the seafood eatery, one of the several new restaurants at 222 Post Road.
People assemble a chain to mark a world record with a 1-kilometer line of Easter eggs Monday at the skiing resort of Chateau d'Oex, in the Swiss Alps.
Seven people were injured Monday when supporters of opposition lawmaker-elect Mu Sochua clashed with [private security forces outside Freedom Park in Phnom Penh.
Une femme Khmer, vendeuse de legumes au marche de Psaar Leu a Siem Reap A Khmer woman selling vegetables at the Psaar Leu market of Siem Reap Hello Patrick, The "Khmer rouge" are fortunately gone and instead we have the "Khmer orange".
This undated photo released by Bophana Center shows a scene of “The Missing Picture” directed by Cambodian film director Rithy Panh.
A Taiwanese-owned garment maker has delayed its planned Cambodia listing by three weeks, setting back what would be just the second initial public offering to be held in this developing Southeast Asian nation.
In this country of around 15 million people, there was very little infrastructure remaining from before the tumultuous Khmer Rouge days.
Lemongrass, keffir lime, and passion fruit are all ingredients you might associate with Cambodia.
Cambodians on Thursday marked the 39th anniversary of the fall of Phnom Penh to the Khmer Rouge, with many victims of the regime still anxious to see the conclusion of the trial of two jailed leaders.
"It all started with purity and ended with hate." That single sentence could sum up any number of historical tragedies, but uttered by the narrator of "The Missing Picture," it applies to the rule of the Khmer Rouge, authors of one of the 20th century's most radical and horrific social experiments.
I was not one of those people who grumbled when the life of a New Zealand passport was reduced from ten to five years.
Recently, I took a respite from my concerns about the Affordable Care Act, which I left simmering in the crockpot while I was re-visiting the Kingdom of Cambodia.