Rainsy ‘will not have his rights restored’

A senior official at the Ministry of Interior on Monday said that opposition leader Sam Rainsy would not be eligible for a reinstatement of his political rights if a proposed change to the law is passed.

PM: Full freedoms enjoyed after the Khmer Rouge era

On Human Rights Day on Monday, Prime Minister Hun Sen expressed pride that since the end of the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime in 1979, Cambodian people have had complete rights and freedoms, including being able to vote freely for their leaders.

Phnom Penh’s Jet’s Container Night Market shuts down

The famous Jet’s Container Night Market in central Phnom Penh has shut down due to the high cost of the land rental, company representatives claim.

Mural artists from far and wide set to reveal talent in the capital

Street art festival, Cambodia Urban Art, returns for its fourth edition this weekend, displaying street murals around Phnom Penh by talented young artists from around the world.

Siem Reap landmine museum to reopen after weapons seizure

It was announced on Sunday that the Cambodian Landmine Museum near Siem Reap will soon reopen to tourists, ending three months of closure following the arrest of its staff for alleged illegal gun procession.