FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The death of prominent Khmer Rouge figure, Ieng Sary, has added further pressure to the UN-backed Cambodian war crimes tribunal to find justice for long-suffering Cambodians, with just two living defendants who have been charged with crimes against humanity.
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — As Thailand battles to save Bangkok from perhaps the worst natural calamity to ever strike the city, neighbors Cambodia, Burma, Vietnam and Laos are tallying up flood bills that are expected […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Last week, Barack Obama was re-elected to serve a second term as president of the United States. President Obama’s first trip abroad since his re-election will be to Southeast Asia from November 17-20 […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Two drug addicts took over an Acleda Bank branch in Kampong Cham province Tuesday evening, taking a number of staff hostage and initiating an hours-long, meth-fuelled standoff that is still ongoing, […]