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  1. Authorities in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, sent three opposition activists to Prey Sar Prison on Wednesday for pre-trial detention on charges of “incitement to commit a crime” after taking part in a protest, prompting human rights groups to decry the move as a restriction on freedom of expression.Hong An and San Srey Neat, Phnom Penh-based activists with the banned opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), and Pai Ren, a party activist in Oddar Meanchey province, had been arrested on Dec. 28 and Dec. 29 while taking part in rallies calling for the rel
  2. 2021 is started with the Ministry of Health this morning announcing it has found 12 new cases of COVID-19 among Cambodian migrant workers from Thailand, the highest number reported in one day since the December 1, bringing the total number of cases to 378. The twelve who had positive for the coronavirus are all female Cambodian workers who arrived in Cambodia from Thailand just before New Year’s Eve.Two of them, both age 26, has crossed the border in Battambang respectively on Tuesday and Wednesday this week and is now receiving treatment at Battambang Battambang Provincial Referr
  3. Civil society organizations and Cambodia’s banned opposition party have called on the government to release detailed information about revenue it is earning from the petroleum industry, days after the country struck oil following a decades-long quest.On Tuesday, Prime Minister Hun Sen announced on social media that Cambodia had extracted its first drop of crude oil from fields in the Gulf of Thailand following 30 years of delays. The production, which began Monday, is the result of a joint venture between Singapore’s KrisEnergy Ltd. and the Cambodian government.The go
  4. Prime Minister Hun Sen has given the thumbs-up for the re-opening of private and public schools after they were ordered to close for a month. The Premier, in his live broadcast from his residence in Takhmao city, Kandal province via the National Television yesterday morning, said that private schools can re-open effective yesterday.However, he added that public schools can only resume physical classes on January 11. This announcement was well-received by public and private schools as well as parents and schoolchildren.Several private school owners when contacted said
  5. The Apsara Authority has captured some ferocious monkeys at the Bayon temple and released them into the forest outside Angkor Park after they have been terrorising tourists. Apsara spokesman Long Kosal told Khmer Times yesterday that authorities caught 16 monkeys from the Bayon temple area.“We had a clear goal in this operation. We aimed to make tourists’ visits safe and without being affected by monkeys. In the past, monkeys have grabbed food from people, caused annoyance and sometimes directly attacked tourists,” he said. “In addition, the monkeys also pose a risk to the temple,
  6. Local researchers and fishermen along the Tonle Sap and Bassac Rivers have shared their concern over plastic waste in the Kingdom’s rivers. Project manager of Wonders of the Mekong Chea Seila told Khmer Times on Monday, that she had found a dramatic amount of plastic waste this year in her research target fishing area in Prek Tasek commune, Chroy Changva district in Phnom Penh.“My team and I went to that area to study fish migration. Accidentally we observed there was a lot of plastic waste mixed together with the fish in the traps,” she said. Seila observed that, between October
  7. While the government celebrated the 22nd anniversary of the end of the Cambodian Civil War yesterday, Prime Minister Hun Sen reaffirmed his intention to retire from his premiership at the age 78. Minister of Defence General Tea Banh yesterday represented Mr Hun Sen during the celebration of the anniversary at the Win-Win Monument in front of the Morodok Techo National Stadium in Phnom Penh’s Chroy Changva district.While addressing the nation through the state-run TVK live broadcast from his residence in Kandal province yesterday, Mr Hun Sen said he would retire in the next 10 year
  8. Sam Rainsy was sentenced today to four years in jail after being found guilty of insulting Interior Minister Sar Kheng over a claim that the government killed former national police chief Hok Lungdy in 2008 and incitement. The court also ordered Rainsy to pay $1,000 in fine.Judge Ros Piseth said that Rainsy was charged with two counts of “public insulting and incitement to commit a felony” under Articles 306, 494 and 495 of the Criminal Code.Kheng sued Rainsy to the court in July this year over a Facebook post which claimed that Kheng was supporting Lieutenant General
  9. The 21 defendants include the party’s top brass in absentia and more than a dozen local campaigners.A court in Cambodia on Tuesday began a trial of acting opposition chief Sam Rainsy and 20 other party members charged with organizing a “coup,” inciting soldiers to disobey orders, and “incitement to cause serious social chaos.”During the hearing at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court, authorities arrested two relatives of defendants from the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) who held a protest outside the building demanding that their loved ones be freed and t
  10. Prime Minister Hun Sen this morning has announced that Cambodia began extracting its first oil production in the long-awaited Block A in the Gulf of Cambodia. Mr Hun Sen said: “I, on behalf of the Royal Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia, am very pleased to inform all our compatriots about the start of Cambodia’s first oil production in Block A, Gulf of Cambodia, which is the long-awaited oil production for Cambodia.Due to the efforts of the Royal Government and the active participation of KrisEnergy, the operator of this project, we have so far achieved the successful completi
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  11. Cambodia is one of the very few countries in the world that has zero mortality for the COVID-19 virus. The Kingdom attributed their success to providing effective treatments for patients admitted in their COVID-19 designated hospitals and also tracking down people quickly who came in contact with positively tested victims.Ministry of Health spokeswoman Or Vandine credited Cambodia’s success in having no mortality and a low number of COVID-19 cases to the “strong and brilliant” leadership of Prime Minister Hun Sen who implemented the National Preparedness and Response Plan for COVI
  12. A Vietnamese-Canadian man was quarantined for COVID-19 testing on Monday after he had managed to sneak into Vietnam from Cambodia two days before, against the backdrop of two border jumpers having been confirmed as infected patients recently.The man has been identified as 62-year-old D.V.H., who has an address in Ward 3, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City, Dr. Huynh Minh Truc, director of the Center for Disease Control in the Mekong Delta of Can Tho, said on Monday afternoon. He was already tested for COVID-19 and the result will return later on Monday, Dr. Truc added.H. came
  13. He had called the king a ‘puppet’ for helping cover up Hun Sen’s failed response to the coronavirus.A court in Cambodia on Monday charged acting opposition leader Sam Rainsy under the country’s Lèse-majesté law after he called King Norodom Sihamoni a “puppet” for helping to cover up shortcomings in Prime Minister Hun Sen’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.Justice Minister Keut Rith issued an injunction on Dec. 25 requesting that the Phnom Penh Municipal Court take “strong measures” against acting Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) President Sam Rainsy for two Fa
  14. A former Victorian MP has been charged with incitement in Cambodia and could face jail time if he returns to his country of birth, as part of mass trials in what the former politician says is a "kangaroo court".Hong Lim is one of 15 people named in part of a group trial on charges of incitement or instigating incitement, according to human rights groups. Mr Lim served in the Victorian Legislative Assembly for 22 years between 1996 and 2018, representing the seats of Clayton and Clarinda.Mr Lim told the ABC he was not aware he was accused of any wrongdoing until he fou
  15. As night falls over his floating village, fisherman Leng Vann puffs on a cigarette and heaves a sigh for Tonle Sap, the great inland lake that has sustained Cambodia for centuries. More than a million people live on or around the lake, the world’s largest inland fishery, but water levels have plummeted and fish stocks dwindled because of climate change and dams upstream on the Mekong.Tonle Sap was once renowned for its abundance of fish and wildlife – 43-year-old Leng Vann recalls catching hundreds of kilos a day in his nets. His house, which floats on the lake, sits five metres (
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