1 Kaing Guek Eav
2 Chip Tsao
3 Kelvin Kwan Chor-yiu
4 Lewis Hamilton
5 Benjamin Netanyahu
The young man approached me with a simple enough offer as I strolled through the grounds of the Royal Palace near the banks of the Tonle Sap in Phnom Penh all those years ago. Did I need a guide;...
When they unearthed old skeletons buried under their homes, the villagers of Sophy thought their wildest dreams of buried treasure had at last come true.
As thousands of displaced Cambodians were closing in on the Thai border yesterday, Bangkok officials were preparing to reject any demands for asylum from the Khmer Rouge leadership.
'You are outstanding among women' - Li Peng, flattering Anson Chan.
'He didn't seem to have a good sense of humour' - neighbour of the Heaven's Gate sect, describing a meeting with...
Thai fishermen are a major cause of the crossborder spread of HIV, of which they appear remarkably ignorant, a study has reported.
Vietnam was on the cusp of celebration yesterday as news spread of Pol Pot's possible death.
Small gatherings of former soldiers and Communist Party members were toasting reports of...
The author's brief for Gecko Tails was to write a light-hearted travelogue about Cambodia that would be read by people who might travel there when events settle down.
BANGKOK: The Khmer Rouge has threatened to cut off the head of the first Australian who falls into their hands, the outlawed guerilla group's radio, monitored in Bangkok, said yesterday. The group...
TRADING company Inchcape Pacific has upgraded its office in Cambodia into a fully owned subsidiary and appointed a representative in Laos, executive director the Earl of Cromer said yesterday.
WITH less than a week before Cambodia's United Nations-sponsored elections, the Khmer Rouge is doing its utmost to disrupt and possibly force their cancellation.