Some people with disabilities who earn a living by singing in public said they are struggling amid the pandemic, with fewer would-be customers on the streets.
Two farmers charged under COVID law for Svay Rieng land protests released on bail as local families accept compensation
Two representatives of a farming community in Svay Rieng province who have been charged under the COVID-19 law were released on bail as more local families accept state compensation in a farmland dispute sparked by a canal restoration project.
Nearly 40,000 cattle and buffaloes have reportedly been infected with a virus called lumpy skin disease (LSD) within three months across Cambodia, an outbreak severely affecting farmers and others in the livestock sector now struggling with sick animals.
Farmers involved in a land dispute along a canal restoration project in Svay Rieng province are beginning to agree to compensation from authorities after police last week arrested two community representatives.
With coronavirus cases continuing to spread in Cambodia, some pregnant women say they are concerned about whether they will be able to give birth safely in hospitals, while others say they can’t afford the costs of mandatory COVID tests.