• Fire burns Koh Rong island resort

    Buth Reaksmey Kongkea and Tith Kongnov / Khmer Times  A popular resort owned by a Cambodian businessman in Preah Sihanouk province’s Koh Rong Island burned down in the early hours of yesterd

    2020/12/17

  • Fires on the rise this year, 23 killed

    There were 872 fires in Cambodia in the first 10 months of this year, an increase of 110 cases compared to the same period last year, according to a report from the National Police’s Department of Fir

    2020/11/11

  • Shuttered night club in Phnom Penh razed by flames

    The shuttered 55 Club, which used to be a popular haunt for party goers in the past but now being demolished, was razed by flames Wednesday evening. Fire officials at the scene said that the fire

    2020/10/27

  • Chemical blaze forces residents to evacuate in capital

    A chemical blaze that forced residents from their homes in Kraing Thnong commune, Phnom Penh on Sunday was finally extinguished on Monday evening, allowing them to return. The fire, which started

    2020/10/27

  • Restaurant under renovation damaged in blaze

    A blaze yesterday destroyed part of an entertainment club being renovated into a restaurant along Monireth Blvd in Group 47, village 11, Tuol Svay Prey II commune, Boeng Keng district.Major General Ne

    2020/09/29

  • Decrease in fires recorded during this year’s Pchum Ben

    The National Police reported 18 fires across the country during three days of the Pchum Ben festival, a decrease compared with the same period last year. According to a report by the Ministry of Inter

    2020/09/21

  • 230 stalls destroyed in Takeo market blaze

    A fire that broke out yesterday in Samroan Young market along National Highway 2, Takeo province, razed at least 230 stalls, authorities  said. Bati District deputy police chief Chhay Keomony sai

    2020/09/21

  • Blaze at Battambang's historic market destroys 33 stalls

    The day after the blaze at Battambang city’s Thom market. KT/Pry Nehru Thirty-three market stalls valued at $560,000 were completely destroyed in a fire which broke out in Thom Market, Batta

    2020/09/08

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