Regional fishing migrant workers’ labour rights to be protected

The first National Consultative Dialogue of “Ship to Shore Rights South East Asia”, a four-year (2020-2024) programme, was held on Friday in Phnom Penh. ...

Tin Sokhavuth

More foreigners deported

The Interior Ministry announced yesterday it had recently deported 46 foreigners from six countries and was holding 87 it believed had entered Cambodia illegally or overstayed their visas. ...

Ros Chanveasna

Five Cambodians deported from US arrive in Phnom Penh

Five Cambodians expelled from the U.S. arrived in Phnom Penh on Wednesday, a U.S. Embassy spokesman said, as Cambodia continued to call for revisions to the 2002 agreement with the U.S. that allowed their deportation. ...

Matt Surrusco

Cambodia: 2nd agency to assist resettling Nauru refugees

The Australian government has retained a second agency to assist in the resettlement of refugees in Cambodia, despite scant interest from the people it detains on Nauru and for whom the offer stands. ...

Lauren Crothers

U.S. ambassador to Cambodia visits Long Beach this week

The newest U.S. ambassador to Cambodia is visiting Long Beach, which is home to the largest population of Cambodians outside their native country – many of whom are still connected to their homeland.   ...

Courtney Tompkins

Montagnard refugees set their course for Philippines

More than a dozen Montagnard refugees are set to depart from Cambodia for the Philippines today, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).   ...

Erin Handley

UN: Record-breaking 60 million forcibly displaced worldwide

The U.N. refugee agency warns the number of people forcibly displaced from their homes is likely to exceed 60 million in 2015.The UNHCR has released its Mid-Year Trends 2015 report covering global forced displacement during the first six months of this year. ...

Lisa Schlein

Australian ministers deny collapse of refugee deal

Australia’s foreign minister on Monday insisted that a controversial refugee deal with Cambodia was alive and well, dismissing Australian news reports that efforts to resettle more refugees here from Nauru had collapsed. ...

Zsombor Peter

Vietnamese, Cambodians owe debt of gratitude to one another

Villages of Vietnamese people were set up in Ratanakiri Province of Cambodia in the 1960s, and Cambodian villages were built in Vietnam for people to flee from the Pol Pot regime the following decade. ...

Tuoitrenews.vn News Staff

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