The head of the country’s paramilitary says his comments about learning from tactics used by Adolf Hitler were misinterpreted.
The reclusive nation says the film insults its leader and could damage bilateral relations.
Extended farming family of 50 faces discrimination and financial uncertainty.
They want their land disputes resolved and a group of jailed activists freed.
He says dialogue must continue to usher in much needed reforms.
Rights groups have called on Cambodian authorities to assess the asylum seekers’ claims to refugee status.
He says it is forming smaller parties in a bid to split the anti-CPP vote.
But a rights group says his accomplishments don’t excuse abuses under his regime.
Human Rights Watch calls for strengthened reforms in his thirtieth year of rule.
He makes the plea during an opening ceremony for the country’s largest hydropower dam.
But an election watchdog says it would give the CPP an advantage over the opposition.
Sources say they fear local authorities will deport them home.
Many of them are poor farmers who have taken bank loans and are worried about repayments.
At least 190 villagers have tested positive for the virus since late last month.
The head of the group says accusations of underreported sales lack proof.
The medical practitioner admits to reusing needles while treating patients.
All 13 are under UN protection and will undergo screening for refugee status.
The opposition says the move will end animosity between lawmakers and advance the democratic process.
The interference from local authorities comes despite assurances of cooperation from the government.
He urges villagers to remain calm while experts review suspected cases.
Health officials say the virus has spread to young and old alike.
A health official suggests contaminated needles are to blame.
The Justice Ministry says the king’s written request has been submitted to the Supreme Council of Magistracy.
When found, the refugees from Vietnam’s Central Highlands will have to go through a screening process.
They hand petitions to lawmakers calling for an end to the use of violence against people, and to land grabs.
The pledge follows local interference in attempts to assess the needs and status of the group.
Supporters deliver petitions to embassies ahead of Human Rights Day.
The recent death of a homeless man in one of the facilities prompts an outcry.
Local authorities refuse to help pending instructions from Phnom Penh.
The agency wants to determine the group’s status after a month of hiding in the jungle.