Opposition leader Sam Rainsy signals there is still a long way to go to end the seven-month political crisis.
They agree to several points on electoral reform.
The government lashes out at comparisons to a movement in Ukraine.
The party's first rally since the end of the protest ban goes ahead undisturbed.
Rights groups fear violence as Hun Sen lifts a month-old ban on public demonstrations.
But rights groups say the country is ill-prepared to deal with them.
The move comes ahead of a strike planned for next month.
Authorities are investigating the beating death of a Vietnamese.
Villagers say the cave-in was caused by illegal sand dredging.
Hanoi wants an investigation into the beating death of a Vietnamese man following a traffic accident.
They will form a joint committee to study the electoral system.
Sam Rainsy says it will be resolved 'soon.'
Judges say the detainees 'might compromise security and social order.'
Hundreds of acres of communal land in Ratanakiri have been logged.
He says his mandate is legitimate and that the government will not waver.
The order comes days ahead of an appeal against a decision to deny the group bail.
The newly formed committee will advise the Ministry of Labor on salary negotiations.
The UN's Special Rapporteur for freedom of assembly and association visits Phnom Penh.
A rights group slams the move which follows a deadly military crackdown on strikers.
They are met by security forces with weapons outside the prison.
Local authorities say they have identified three suspects who are on the run.
Many more conflicts may go unreported.
He asks the government to make a decision by next week on demands for a doubling of minimum wages.
The crackdown comes ahead of a UN review of the country’s rights record.
Activists, workers challenge government ban on demonstrations in Phnom Penh.
They call for the release of 23 protesters held following a violent government crackdown.
The march is held despite an order preventing rallies in the capital.
The CNRP claims the ruling party hired people to create chaos at an opposition rally.
He urges Prime Minister Hun Sen and the opposition to negotiate an end to their deadlock.
The Cambodian premier says the stalemate could be solved in the legislature.