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  • Monday July 6th, 2020



MORNING NEWS BRIEF [JULY 6, 2020] 150 150 Cambodia Development Center
  1. President Putin said the constitutional changes approved by the citizens’ votes provide progressive development conditions for Russia for decades to come. Source: Reuters
  2. An Iranian nuclear official said a fire broke out last Thursday at Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility, causing significant damages which would interrupt the uranium enrichment process. Source: Reuters
  3. 239 scientists are reported to be preparing to request the WHO to revise the recommendations for COVID-19 as new study suggests that the disease is airborne. Source: The Hill


  1. Libya’s UN-backed government condemned the overnight air raids at the al-Watiya airbase which was recaptured from Haftar’s forces in May as the act by foreign air force. Source: Al Jazeera
  2. Turkey has successfully tested its first domestically built anti-ship cruise missile which is capable of flying toward the targets from over 200km away. Source: RT
  3. Italy allowed 180 migrants to disembark from the charity-run ship sailing on Mediterranean, adding that they will be quarantined for 14 days and transferred to a government vessel. Source: BBC 
  1. A suspected case of Bubonic plague was registered in a hospital in China’s Inner Mongolia region, days after two of the cases were registered in Mongolia. Source: RT
  2. A man carrying a sign that says ‘Liberate Hong Kong’ as he drove into police during the protest against the new security law was the first to be charged to terrorism. Source: Al Jazeera
  3. At least 16 people were dead and a dozen more are missing due to heavy rains that caused flooding and landslides on Kyushu island in southern Japan. Source: BBC



  1. SPM Hun Sen warned that there will be legal action taken against anyone who gets caught taking advantage of the government land distributions. Source: Khmer Times
  2. The Ministry of Health prepared 4 centers for Cambodian arrival and 10 more hotels for international arrival to meet the increasing arrival to Cambodia. Source: Khmer Times
  1. The government has received around $9 million in deposit cash from 3000 foreign travellers who arrived in Cambodia after regulated COVID-19 cash deposit policy. Source: Khmer Times