Home to an astonishing collection of Khmer antiquities, a walk through the National Museum is key to putting Cambodia's Angkorean period in perspective.
Cambodia has christened 2007 as the year of 'heritage-friendly tourism,' and the plan is to leverage the Kingdom's skyrocketing tourist arrivals to help stamp out the illegal antiquities trade.
German photographer and travel enthusiast Doris Boettcher follows the Mekong River from Laos down to Vietnam, capturing the exotic scenes of Southeast Asia and reveling in the subtle details that make the region so alluring.
The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) says it is in desperate need of $10 million to provide 1.1 million Cambodians with food until July.
For the past year, Phnom Penh has weathered a string of well-publicized evictions, with poor, marginalized communities forced from their homes by a powerful, well-connected elite.
The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) has appealed to Prime Minister Hun Sen to take factory strikes off the streets.
Time and again I have heard asked of others and of me: What's the point of holding this Khmer Rouge Trial (KRT)? Does this KRT matter? Particularly when so many years have passed?
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