Civil society groups applaud the move, but want him to take responsibility for other problems in the country.
EIA finds systemic disregard for CITES safeguards designed to protect Siamese rosewood.
The accord between the ruling Cambodian People's Party and the rival Cambodia National Rescue Party lies in tatters.
EU Ambassador George Edgar visits embattled opposition lawmaker Kem Sokha.
While in Washington, the opposition leader talks about his country's political crisis and the move away from a dialogue of fear.
The leader of the Cambodia National Rescue Party says deputies from his party will not return to parliament unless the government guarantees them their constitutional right.
CNRP President Sam Rainsy tells Prime Minister Hun Sen the post doesn't reflect the values of the Cambodia National Rescue Party.
Prime minister hardens his position as an end to the nation's political crisis remains elusive.
European Parliament wants Kem Sokha Five released and opposition party chief Sam Rainsy's arrest warrant rescinded.
Conflict puts the spotlight on the actions Prime Minister Hun Sen's government and party have taken with the opposition.
The visit being condemnation form rights groups and raises questions from the United Nations.
Hun Sen's government continues to pressure rival party over petition thumbprints and lawmakers' immunity.
Police let the six land activists and one citizen journalist go after they signed a pledge to not participate in further campaigns or cause ‘social disorder.’
Beleaguered opposition tries to find ways to free jailed activists, prevent arrest of acting leader Kem Sokha.
A former prisoner talks about how corrections officials charge for legal filings inside the notorious jail.
Hun Sen's ruling party votes to have the courts proceed with push to arrest opposition leader Kem Sokha.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party calls for protests and a labor union threatens a strike of Kem Sokha is detained.
Authorities search for acting Cambodia National Rescue Party leader Kem Sokha as political tensions increase.
The effort to get King Norodom Sihamoni to release the rights workers and an election official nabbed in the government's case against the opposition party leader runs into turbulence.
Campaigners launch new protests and vow to defy government orders banning postings on Facebook.
Defense Minister Tea Banh says protesters need government permission to demonstrate, or else they will go to jail.
The Cambodian People’s Party calls the request a divisive act that is tearing the country apart and exposing its internal affairs to outsiders.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party says the current situation violates the key tenets of a peace accord and the country’s commitment to ensure the protection of human rights.
The court refuses to release opposition lawmaker Um Sam An for fear he will foment unrest as other Cambodian National Rescue Party members duck judicial proceedings.
Protesters take on the government arrests of activists jailed over what they see as trumped-up charges.
Government spokesman fires back, saying U.N. can learn from Cambodia's experience.
Media outlets are ordered to use the Khmer honorific for Prime Minister Hun Sen and other high-ranking office holders or face the consequences.
Acting Cambodian National Rescue Party leader speaks about the controversy for the first time as he questions the government's motives.
Rights groups, however, say there are no grounds to trust judicial system controlled by ruling party.
Cambodia opposition leader says his party will focus on 2017-18 elections and not take actions that give the government an excuse to deepen a crackdown.