The government’s e-visa portal announced the resumption of tourist visas starting October 19, signaling the state’s intentions to kickstart the tourism sector, which has languished for the last 20 months of the pandemic.
An Appeal Court hearing for three jailed Mother Nature activists on Tuesday had heated exchanges between the defendants and prosecution, as the environmentalists defended their activism.
Sok Kimly, 45, was previously found guilty of two attempts on her boyfriend’s life in 2015 and 2016. But on Tuesday, the Supreme Court overturned her conviction in the first failed assassination, involving a gun, and sent her second case — a grenade attack in central Phnom Penh — for retrial at the Appeal Court.
The documents, released on Monday and all signed by Prime Minister Hun Sen, are dated between August 4 and September 2 and continue the recent flurry of land privatization across the country
At least 373 migrants have been detained in under two weeks during 12 raids on Cambodians crossing into Thailand, a sign of demand for work and confusion over Covid-19 border rules, a labor group said.
Starting Monday, vaccinated arrivals from abroad will only have to quarantine for seven days, with even shorter times for some groups, a document issued by the Health Minister says.
Amid a call to save heritage buildings, a survey of Phnom Penh sites found volleyball courts in a French colonial police station, smartphone billboards wrapped around historical architecture, and a family of teachers keeping watch over a former U.S. Embassy building.
The six stops, some only for a few hours, followed a similar pattern: A suit-clad Sar Kheng arrived at the provincial hall, did the performative handing over of the provincial seal, then proceeded to give a speech before zooming off to the next inauguration ceremony.
Floodwaters are rising on a small group of Chroy Changva residents who say they have suffered two months of unprecedented flooding after officials filled a nearby canal earlier this year.