UN court hears Thai-Cambodia dispute
Thailand and Cambodia have both claimed that they own the land where the Preah Vihear temple sits.
Nuon Chea: Khmer Rouge leader declared fit for trial
Nuon Chea, the most senior surviving Khmer Rouge leader, has been declared fit for trial by a Cambodia court.
Cambodia orphanage shut down after reports of abuse
An Australian-run orphanage in Cambodia suspected of abusing the children in its care by beating and neglecting them has been shut down by local authorities.
Cambodia: Demining in the depths
Cambodians are ready to dive down deep to demine their rivers. But first they'll have to learn how to swim.
8 questions for Charles Kernaghan: What are the world's most dangerous jobs?
Labor and human rights advocate Charles Kernaghan meditates on the world's most dangerous jobs.
Khmer Rouge leader Ieng Sary dead at 87
"One of the most senior leaders is escaping justice, and the rest are old and sick. The tribunal is in danger of being a wasteful exercise of hundreds of millions of dollars."
Who won the drug war? Drugs did
The world — not just Colorado and Washington — embraces a more laissez faire approach to narcotics.
Plastic surgery, 'Gangnam-style'
Under the knife, beauty seekers get a piece of the Gangnam dream.
Seventh person dies from bird flu in Cambodia since start of 2013
Young boy dies from H5N1 avian influenza, the 26th person to die from the illness since record-keeping began, and the 7th to die since the start of the year.
Korean food made me cry like a baby
Choo-sung has achieved notoriety for a masochistic recipe that the Korean press calls one of the country's spiciest.
Avian flu causes concern in Cambodia as 6th victim dies
Expanding urban population, poultry transportation, and lack of compensation for farmers among reasons cited for increase in cases this year.
Two test positive for bird flu H5N1 virus in China, health ministry reports
Two people in Guiyang, southwest China, had tested positive for the H5N1 bird flu virus and were critically ill, the Chinese health ministry said.
Cambodia bird flu death is fifth fatality this year
A 5-year-old girl is the fifth Cambodia bird flu death of 2013 and had a history of contact with poultry, authorities said.
Legendary war correspondents gather to unveil memorial to fallen colleagues in Cambodia
Phnom Penh memorial honors the dozens of local and foreign journalists who perished during the 1970 to 1975 war in Cambodia.
Photos: Cambodia honors late king
Cambodia's revered, mercurial King Father Norodom Sihanouk has been laid to rest.
Cambodia: Sihanouk's love affair with North Korea
Sihanouk was best friends with Kim Il Sung — a friendship that forged an odd, brotherly alliance of nations that continues today.
Cambodia sends off King Father Norodom Sihanouk in fiery ceremony
King Sihanouk, dead at 89, was cremated in Phnom Penh in a decadent ceremony that honored his decades-long rule over the Cambodian people.
Cambodians gather for funeral of late King Norodom Sihanouk
Tens of thousands of Cambodians have gathered in Phnom Penh for the start of a lavish funeral for former King Norodom Sihanouk, who who died of a heart attack in October at age 89.
Cambodians gather in Phnom Penh for funeral of former king Norodom Sihanouk
Tens of thousands of Cambodians have gathered in Phnom Penh for the start of a lavish funeral for former king Norodom Sihanouk, who who died of a heart attack in Beijing in October, aged 89.
Whatever happened to the Korean Wave?
Now that Psy has retired “Gangnam Style,” is the K-pop craze losing steam around the world?
North Korea drops $10m on museum near Cambodia's Angkor Wat
The new museum in Cambodia will reportedly begin its operations in April of this year.
Cambodia launches a home-grown electric car
The Angkor EV 2013 can travel around 37 miles per hour and for as many as 186 miles between charges, say manufacturers.
Cambodian transport minister: what billion-dollar railway deal?
Questions surround Cambodia's largest-ever project
Why do mobile phone numbers outnumber humans in Cambodia?
An impoverished nation awash in SIM cards
2,012 words of 2012
Here are the buzzwords, the keywords, or just plain words, that were uttered time and again in 2012. This was an absurd amount of work. So please click on it.
Cambodia's premier: don't be a homophobe
"Most of them are good people and are not doing alcohol, drugs or racing vehicles."
Cambodia: Siem Reap market fire kills 8
A fire at a night market in the tourist town of Siem Reap has killed 8 people and destroyed over 100 stalls.
Cambodia: Khmer Rouge honcho not so senile after all
Ieng Sary, brutal regime's foreign minister, sane enough for trial
Dam collapse in Cambodia leaves four workers missing
Collapse on the Stung Atay dam in Western Cambodia likely due to leak created by excess of water in under-construction structure
Asia: Hopes rise in fight against HIV/AIDS
Countries throughout Asia have made huge strides in combating HIV/AIDS, but now is not the time to let up.
China fakes new Asean reality
Not happy with its diplomatic reality, China creates a new one.