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South Korea extended a ban on Japanese fishery imports to a larger area around the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant due to growing concerns over radiation contamination.
The Sultanate, represented by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, will take part along with countries around the world, in marking the World Intellectual Property Day, which falls on Apr 26th each year. The Ministry of Commerce and Industry will
Department of Health urges airport authorities to be more strict in screening arriving passengers at the international airports in the country. This is in leui to the outbreak happned in Cambodia as more more children died due
Cambodia Health officials in Cambodia are searching for the cause of a mystery disease that has killed more than 60 children over the past three months, the World Health Organization said Thursday. The "undiagnosed syndrome" has killed 61 of the 62
The Cambodian government says two ancient statues on display at New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art were stolen from the country decades ago, and should be returned. The sandstone figures are called the Kneeling Attendants.
Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen said Wednesday the country's strong economic growth in past years owes a great deal to China's steady technical and financial assistance. The premier made the remarks during a meeting with Li Ruogu, visiting chairman
Premier Wen Jiabao visited former Cambodian King Norodom Sihanouk, his wife and Cambodia's King Norodom Sihamoni in Beijing on Friday to extend Lunar New Year greetings. Wen also conveyed President Hu Jintao's greetings to them, and wished Sihanouk
00 am PTT is interested in investing in both upstream and downstream operations in Cambodia if the country is found to have considerable deposits of natural gas, said an executive of the firm. Nuttachat Charunchinda, PTT's chief operating officer for
Now, there is a Cambodia connection to the controversial Adarsh Co-operative Housing Society scam. The two-member panel probing the Adarsh scam has issued summons to Saurav Ray, the first secretary at the Indian Embassy in the Cambodia capital of
In June 2010, diplomats and donors converged on a conference hall in Cambodia's capital for a meeting with senior government officials. Seated in rows with headphones beaming in live translations, donor representatives listened to key ministers speak