Seventeen are held but later released after refusing to sign a pledge not to observe future protests.
The group were tricked into working as loggers and had their pay withheld.
Land activists and villagers are told to stop public protests by Wednesday or face 'administrative measures.'
Cambodia’s government believes they will verify maps the opposition says are false.
The three have been charged with interfering with sand-dredging operations blamed for local pollution.
The group used online audio communications to target other Chinese outside Cambodia, police say.
A government official butts heads with an opposition lawmaker who has accused him of lying about a copy of the map held by the United States.
The government is waiting for a set of maps from France to further verify the accuracy of the country’s borders with Vietnam.
Court awaits details of death at 83 of murderous 1970s regime’s most powerful woman.
Prime Minister Hun Sen threatens CNRP politicians if they again claim the government uses fake maps.
The government is confident the charts back its approach to demarcation.
Three Mother Nature activists were apprehended for boarding sand-dredging boats in Koh Kong province.
A personal attack becomes the latest salvo in a political war of words.
The Ministry of Land Management says it acts in accordance with the law and strives to ensure citizens’ rights.
Days earlier, he said he had reason to believe he would be taken into custody.
Rights groups say the move, and his arrest, was politically motivated.
The lawmaker is arrested in a raid after he vowed to surrender.
The opposition party lawmaker says he is ready to correct a document he posted online if it is proven false.
The premier has accused the politician of treason for posting a ‘fake’ international treaty.
They also have urged the government to tell hotel owners not to raise room rates for test takers.
The National Election Committee wants to ensure that all disabled people can vote in 2018.
The arrests and sentencing of CNRP activists is a matter only for the courts, the ruling party says.
The ministry says the statement was only directed at a ‘single bad apple.’
One lawmaker says the move is meant to silence political critics of the government’s handling of border disputes with Vietnam.
The groups say the use of derogatory comments applied to women indicates that gender discrimination still exists.
The group had entered Cambodia after they were unable to find work in Thailand.
He tried to take them to China on tourist visas, but was caught by airport officials in Phnom Penh.
He says the military will crush any ‘color revolution’ that threatens the government.
He says he now fears for his life following the ‘politically motivated’ incident.
The legislation now will go to the Constitutional Council for review and the country’s king for final approval.