Cambodia

Cambodia

Constitutional monarchy in southeast Asia

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David Stout
November 29, 2020
phys.org
Following years of public outcry and campaigning by American pop star Cher, the "world's loneliest elephant" embarked Sunday on a mammoth move from Pakistan to retirement in a Cambodian sanctuary.
Science X staff
November 24, 2020
phys.org
With music, treats and balloons, friends of Pakistan's only Asian elephant threw a farewell party for the creature ahead of its relocation to Cambodia following years of campaigning by animal rights activists.
Association of Banks in Cambodia
November 24, 2020
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Die Bevölkerung von Kambodscha sieht sich durch COVID-19 und die Verwüstungen durch die jüngsten Überschwemmungen im ganzen Land weiterhin mit...
Association of Banks in Cambodia
November 23, 2020
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- With Cambodians facing the ongoing challenges of COVID-19 and the devastation of recent flooding across the country, the Kingdom's banking and...
November 17, 2020
WebWire
On the International Tolerance Day, two months after UNESCO launched its art campaign in Cambodia to counter xenophobia, stigmatization and disinformation triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, more groups and organizations have been inspired to collaborate with each other to foster intercultural dialogue, mutual understanding and tolerance. Leading national media houses Khmer Times and Phnom Penh Post are working as a team to increase awareness for the art campaign, which can be viewed on...
Emma Featherstone
November 13, 2020
The Telegraph
Eight new countries have been added to the travel green list marking a victory for The Telegraph's Unlock Long-haul campaign and winter sun seekers.
Emma Graham-Harrison and agencies
November 11, 2020
the Guardian
Photo taken on 3 November shows Cambodia's prime minister, Hun Sen (right), welcoming Hungary's foreign minister, Peter Szijjártó, during a meeting at the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images
Emma Graham-Harrison and agencies
November 11, 2020
the Guardian
Photo taken on 3 November shows Cambodia's prime minister, Hun Sen (right), welcoming Hungary's foreign minister, Peter Szijjártó, during a meeting at the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images
Christopher Woody and Reuters
November 10, 2020
Business Insider
Cambodia has denied it signed a secret deal giving China access to the Ream naval base. But the US and others don't like what they're seeing there.
Joshua Rapp Learn
November 5, 2020
New Scientist
Rice farming near Cambodia's largest lake has spread and reduced flooded forests and grasslands by about a third over the past 15 years, taking over the habitat of threatened species
Joshua Rapp Learn
November 5, 2020
New Scientist
Rice farming near Cambodia's largest lake has spread and reduced flooded forests and grasslands by about a third over the past 15 years, taking over the habitat of threatened species
ABC News
October 15, 2020
www.abc.net.au
With the pandemic leading to a worldwide downturn in production demand, a Cambodian factory announced it was closing its doors -- with one day's notice. Now workers are fighting for what they're owed.
Hannah Beech and Sun Narin
August 23, 2020
www.nytimes.com
A smear campaign linked to the Cambodian government went viral on the social media platform, sending an activist Buddhist cleric into exile to protect himself.
Press Trust of India
August 4, 2020
@bsindia
The ASEAN-India Trade in Goods Agreement was signed on August 13, 2009, and came into force on January 1, 2010
By ANIRUDDHA GHOSAL and MICHAEL CASEY, Associated Press
June 22, 2020
Houston Chronicle
NEW DELHI (AP) - A camera trap photo of an injured tigress and a forensic examination of its carcass revealed why the creature died: a poacher's wire snare punctured its windpipe and sapped its strength as the wound festered for days. Snares like this one set in southern India's dense forest have become increasingly common amid the coronavirus pandemic, as people left jobless turn to wildlife to make money and feed their families. Authorities in India are concerned this spike in poaching not only could kill more endangered tigers and leopards but also species these carnivores depend upon to survive. "It is risky to poach, but if pushed to the brink, some could think that these are risks worth taking," said Mayukh Chatterjee, a wildlife biologist with the non-profit Wildlife Trust of India. Since the country announced its lockdown, at least four tigers and six leopards have been killed by poachers, Wildlife Protection Society of India said. But there also were numerous other poaching casualities - gazelles in grasslands, foot-long giant squirrels in forests, wild boars and birds such as peacocks and purple morhens. In many parts of the developing world, coronavirus lockdowns have sparked concern about increased illegal hunting that's fueled by food shortages and a decline in law enforcement in some wildlife protection areas. At the same time, border closures and travel restrictions slowed illegal trade in certain high-value species. One of the biggest disruptions involves the endangered pangolin. Often caught in parts of Africa and Asia, the anteater-like animals are smuggled mostly to China and Southeast Asia, where their meat is considered a delicacy and scales are used in traditional medicine. In April, the Wildlife Justice Commission reported traders were stockpiling pangolin scales in several...
Colin Poole
May 21, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
The coronavirus has created a survival crisis for rural communities and, consequently, for wildlife
April 14, 2020
Dateline
New research show that Beijing's engineers appear to have directly caused the record low levels of water in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam.
Mariko Oi
April 10, 2020
BBC News
Millions of jobs in Asia's vital garment industry are at risk due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Prak Chan Thul
March 30, 2020
IN
Cambodia will ban some rice exports to ensure local food security during the coronavirus crisis, Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Monday, the latest country to curb food exports because of the pandemic.
James Rogers
March 24, 2020
Fox News
Researchers at Ohio State University have harnessed satellite images and sophisticated artificial intelligence technology to search for unexploded bombs from the Vietnam War.
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