The animals with extremely sensitive noses are too light to detonate landmines
'If you have a king—well, just, normal people can’t use the king’s toilet'
For one young couple, there has always been a simmering tension in the kitchen. Would the knives be out on Koh Kood?
Holocaust Memorial Day 'is the day for everyone to remember the six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust, and the millions of people killed Nazi Persecution and in subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur'
Police fired AK-47 rifles after protesters blocked a road and began burning tires and throwing objects
Shepherd's Bush Empire, London
Discovery of genes that confer resistance to the drug artemisinin is major step forward for treatment of the disease
Police in Cambodia have arrested the Russian property tycoon Sergei Polonsky and plan to extradite him to his native country to face embezzlement charges.
By the time London Fashion Week comes to a close, 58 high-end designers will have shown their collections. Rail-thin models will have walked the runways. Debate will have raged over size zero.
There are believed to be only 345 giant ibis remaining in the wild, but there is hope for conservationists after a nest of the endangered species was discovered in a hitherto unknown habitat in north-eastern Cambodia.
Jacques Vergès, the flamboyant lawyer who earned the nickname the “Terror's advocate” for his defence of former Nazis, terrorist bombers and notorious dictators and their aides, has died of a heart attack aged 88.
Opposition candidate Sam Rainsy declares win at polls but Hun Sen government contests it
The court trying Alexander Lebedev on charges of “hooliganism motivated by political hatred” heard testimony from martial arts experts today, in another surreal twist in a case that has often bordered on farce. Mr Lebedev, Russian businessman and financial backer of The Independent, is on trial for punching fellow tycoon Sergei Polonsky on a 2011 television programme and could be jailed for up to five years in jail if convicted.
Warg was not charged for matters related to The Pirate Bay but for fraud and illegal bank transfers
The controversial property tycoon Sergei Polonsky, key witness in an ongoing trial against fellow Russian businessman Alexander Lebedev, is now wanted by Russian authorities over a massive alleged fraud. Mr Polonsky, who earlier this year skipped bail in Cambodia, where he was awaiting trial for assaulting local sailors, is now also on Russia’s wanted list.
New law threatens to reopen old wounds in the country, where 1.7m died at the hands of the rebel group