Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, has further strengthened its extensive route network with the launch of a weekly freighter service to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, from yesterday (April 6).
The new freighter service t
Cambodian military police opened fire with assault rifles on Friday to quell a protest by stone-throwing garment factory workers demanding higher pay, killing at least three people, witnesses said.
Chaos during nationwide strikes
The UAE’s position as the world’s biggest re-exporter of rice can be reinforced by an increase in imports of the grain from South East Asia, said the organisers of a major industry event taking place in Dubai next month.
Dr Faisal Ali Mous
The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) said it has initialled an air services agreement with Cambodia. It is the first time such an agreement is initialled between the two countries.
The agreement was initialled by Saif Mohammed A
Somali gunmen hijacked a Cambodian cargo ship, the MV Layla-S, off Berbera after it unloaded at the port in the breakaway northern enclave of Somaliland, a regional maritime official said on Thursday.
"Crew members on board the ill-fated v
Kuwait has agreed to give Cambodia loans totalling $546 million to develop agriculture, build hydro-power facilities and construct roads, a Cambodian foreign ministry official said on Friday.
This is the second-biggest aid pledge ever rece
Kuwait has leased rice fields in Cambodia and plans to import food from the Asian country, a government official said.
Soaring food prices are a key driver of inflation in the desert state, hitting 11 percent in April and May. Kuwait impor
Chief Khmer Rouge interrogator Duch stood before the UN-backed 'Killing Fields' tribunal, the first public appearance by a senior Pol Pot cadre at the court investigating Cambodia's genocide.
Armed guards escorted Duch, also known as Kaing