Cambodia National Rescue Party lawmakers say the decision to try leader Kem Sokha is an attempt to use the judiciary as a 'political tool.'
Jailed opposition party member Meach Sovannara's lawsuit against Prime Minister Hun Sen's son will have its first hearing in Los Angeles in September.
It’s unclear what action the prime minister wants, or what action the U.S. could take over Facebook posts claiming Hun Manet is part Vietnamese.
Supporters of Tep Vanny and Bov Sophea call the 6-day sentences unjust.
Chum Huor and Chum Huot will resume their work as environmental activists to help villagers affected by the construction of the Don Sahong Dam in neighboring Laos.
Bou Rachana asks the Center for Alliance of Labor and Human Rights for assistance with a lawsuit.
Civil society officials and the ambassador from the U.N. wonder if a free and fair election is possible.
Tep Vanny and Bov Sophea face prison terms and a Spanish national is deported for ‘Black Monday’ protests while Um Sam An sees bail appeal denied.
Tep Vanny and Bov Sophea are questioned about a demonstration that included headless dummies representing national leaders.
Legal battle over Kem Sokha Five continues, as authorities arrest two 'Black Monday' demonstrators.
The warning against participating in the demonstrations comes as the government wraps up its case against Kem Sokha.
Chan Sina wants more of those who killed Seng Roatthy arrested for the crime.
Hun Sen’s government declares a Khmer-Australian lawmaker persona non grata for his criticisms as it also presses cases against domestic political speech.
Hong Lim has little good to say about Hun Sen's regime, and he doesn't hold back when saying it.
Accusations by Prime Minister Hun Sen’s attorney may presage an expansion of latest legal effort.
Global Witness calls July 10 shooting of government critic a “damning indictment” of rule of law under Hun Sen.
Hun Sen clashes with the opposition over ties to Hanoi in repeat of earlier showdowns.
Prime minister sues over opposition remarks that appear to tie him to Kem Ley killing.
Eyewitnesses describe a man in a blue shirt who walked calmly away from the crime scene until he was apprehended by police.
A defense lawyer says the court’s decision to fine the politician is not appropriate.
The CNRP leader, who has been living abroad since he was stripped of his legislative immunity, dismisses the verdict as "politics and corruption."
A pair of witnesses have become refugees and some members of the government critic's funeral committee have left or gone into hiding.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy says the death of the popular pundit follows an old script.
Outpouring of sorrow and respect for slain government critic comes at a time of political tensions.
U.S. diplomat sees bias in recent arrests of political figures and civil society officials.
The move comes amid a U.S. diplomat's visit and a decision by Kem Ley murder witnesses to seek asylum.
On the opposition party's fourth anniversary, its leaders vow to stay the course even it it is personally dangerous.
Admirers praise Kem Ley's courage in tackling corruption and sensitive social issues in his authoritarian country.
Action comes as the government rejects calls for an independent investigation into the death of a popular government critic.