Asia Pacific

'Clock's ticking,' EU tells Cambodia as trade scheme under threat

Bloc launches process that could lead to end of favourable deal over Phnom Penh's record on human rights and democracy.

'Clock's ticking,' EU tells Cambodia as trade scheme under threat

Business & Economy

Fed up with flight delays in Asia? Blame the airports

Growth in the number of airports in Southeast Asia has failed to keep up with a surge in demand by passengers.

Fed up with flight delays in Asia? Blame the airports

Cambodia

'What hell feels': Cambodia 'fails' acid attack victims

Government ended years of indifference to victims' plight with tough law in 2012, but enforcement is lacking, HRW says.

Cambodia 'fails' acid attack victims even with tougher penalties

Asia Pacific

Cambodia's opposition leaders in exile to return

The opposition was accused of conspiring with foreign countries to overthrow the government and was dissolved by the court.

Cambodia

15 years on, question remains: Who killed Chea Vichea?

Charismatic union leader Chea Vichea was shot dead in Phnom Penh on January 22, 2004, but his killers remain at large.

15 years on, justice elusive in Cambodia union leader's murder

Asia Pacific

Chinese investment brings casinos to Cambodia

Seaside town once popular with backpackers, now seeing residents forced out because of rising costs and construction.

Cambodia

Cambodian opposition leader charged after PM's threat

Proponent of sanctions charged with incitement days after PM Hun Sen warned critics to flee if EU revoked trade deal.

Cambodia opposition member Kong Mas charged with 'incitement'

Business & Economy

EU slaps duties on Cambodia, Myanmar rice exports

Bloc says big increase in imports of Indica rice from two countries caused financial damage to European producers.

Cambodia

Hun Sen says opposition 'dead' if EU removes trade benefits

Cambodian leader's attack comes as EU mulls removal of Everything But Arms status over human rights concerns.

Hun Sen says opposition 'dead' if EU removes trade benefits

Asia Pacific

Cambodia, Vietnam and 40 years since Khmer Rouge fall

Large celebrations set to take place in Cambodian capital to mark 40th anniversary of 'Victory Over Genocide Day'.

Cambodia

The day Khmer Rouge downed arms, changed into army garb

Twenty years since collapse of ultra-communist movement, policy hailed by Cambodia PM for ending war back in spotlight.

Hun Sen 'win-win' legacy debated on Khmer Rouge fall anniversary

Cambodia

The last 92 Irrawaddy dolphins in Mekong River may not survive

Experts are concerned that the Mekong dolphin is unlikely to survive Cambodia's modernisation as a new dam is planned.

The last 92 Irrawaddy dolphins in Mekong River may not survive

Cambodia

Trick or real? CNRP split over Cambodia move to ease politics ban

Self-exiled cofounder calls government decision a political maneuver but others see it as sign of genuine improvement.

Trick or real? CNRP split over Cambodia move to ease politics ban

Asia Pacific

Poverty and demand from China fuel illegal Cambodia surrogacy

Commercial surrogacy was banned in 2016, but trade has continued as government discusses formal legislation.

Poverty and demand from China fuel illegal Cambodia surrogacy

Cambodia

Cambodia reiterates Khmer Rouge tribunal's work is complete

Sar Kheng says UN-backed war crimes court has no need to prosecute anyone beyond the Khmer Rouge senior leadership.

Cambodia reiterates Khmer Rouge tribunal's work is complete