She cites concerns it will operate under the influence of the country’s ruling party.
Government hopes Tuol Sleng memorial can educate Cambodians and memorialize victims, but some survivors prefer compensation.
However, five other suspects remain on the run.
Moratorium is set to allow impact studies, but restrictions have been widely flouted in the past.
Unlicensed health care had been filling the gap in rural areas before a ban was reinforced.
They say local ruling party officials in Battambang won't permit mine clearing in villages that support the opposition
They say a developer is clearing their traditional forest and destroying farmland.
Opposition politician says his party wants to amend the legislation to eliminate restrictions on NGOs during election periods.
But opposition party vice president Kem Sokha denies that he made any such statement.
Area residents are concerned about police accepting bribes from those who fish illegally.
Michelle Obama plans to address leaders about human rights and open government in the country.
The loggers are felling trees in protected forest areas and turning the wood into charcoal.
Kem Sokha says the ruling party must let the activists go to ensure political reconciliation.
As refugees from Vietnam hide in forest, U.N. in talks with authorities to resolve the problem.
Vietnamese authorities have detained and questioned some of the deportees.
They declined an offer of instant noodles and salt in return for the clearing of their land.
They say they were not given sufficient time to review measures they believe unfairly restrict NGOs and free expression.
His call came as protestors in the capital demanded the release of 11 female land rights activists on International Women's Day.
They say the government would gain international credibility by letting the 11 female activists and one monk go free.
Villagers say the Red Cross donation wasn’t fit for pigs to consume.
They say protests will continue if the company doesn’t halt construction of the project.
They criticize ruling and opposition leaders for lacking transparency on the agreement.
Activist group says 36 who sought asylum were arrested with help from Cambodian police.
The women are either pregnant or have had children during their incarceration.
Local officials say the ethnic minority people from Vietnam have not been arrested.
A US State Department official is focusing on making the country ‘impact-free.’
Revelation comes after four other Montagnards are deported back to Vietnam’s Central Highlands.
The woman was the second person from an extended family of 50 to die of the deadly virus.
The four were caught in a raid by local authorities a day earlier.
He also vows to prevent construction of the dam the activist was fighting.