Magawa, a giant African pouched rat, got the award for bravery for detecting mines in Cambodia.
The proposed legislation would allow police to fine people deemed to be dressed inappropriately and has raised the concerns of human rights groups.
Without tourists due to the pandemic, a tour guide teaches English in exchange for plastic rubbish.
By George Wright & Issariya Praithongyaem
Angkor Wat Temple is the largest religious monument in the world and normally teeming with tourists.
By Rachel Schraer
By Helen Briggs
BBC Environment correspondent
By Mariko Oi, Peter Hoskins
The Westerdam was rejected by several ports before it was allowed to dock in Sihanoukville.
Vannary San runs Cambodia's first interactive silk museum - an initiative to revive the craft of silk-making and support local women
By Beth Timmins
By Danielle Keeton-Olsen
Business reporter, BBC News