Human Rights Watch alleges grave abuses and says the centers should be closed.
Suspects are rarely given legal representation or informed of their rights.
Human Rights Watch calls for a 'serious' investigation into a crash involving lawmaker Cheam Yeap.
The Ministry of Defense pursues a complaint against the Moneaksekar Khmer newspaper.
The groups say the irregularities highlight a need for electoral reform.
The party prepares for more protests next month.
They threaten employers with wide scale protests if demands are not met.
The groups say they are unshaken by a defamation suit filed by top tycoon accused of the practice.
But Yorm Bopha says she fears she could still be re-imprisoned.
A rights group claims Try Pheap is close to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s family and the ruling party.
CCHR hits out at authorities for failing to resolve high-profile killings and bring perpetrators to justice.
International rights groups join in calling for Yorm Bopha’s freedom.
The pledge comes as the opposition plans a fresh protest over disputed polls.
Police are investigating the possibility of a 'third party' being behind shootings that left one dead.
It calls on Japan’s leader to use donor pull to force a breakthrough.
Authorities fire live ammo to disperse a rowdy crowd, killing a bystander.
Commanders stationed near Preah Vihear pledge to maintain peace.
Cambodia has sovereignty over the Preah Vihear promontory, it rules.
The American soft drink giant says land grabbing is 'unacceptable.'
The group could face consequences for raising concerns about indelible ink used in the election.
He calls on soldiers and civilians to refrain from provocations near the Thai border.
The ruling party refuses to discuss a probe into election fraud.
But critics say he should be given a stiffer sentence for a shooting attack.
This is the first meeting between the two sides since talks collapsed in September.
Prior demands are now talking points for future negotiations.
A company is accused of intimidating residents in the Cambodian capital to move out of their homes in a land grab bid.
The party will not honor agreements made with Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government.
But chances for negotiations remain slim as the CNRP sets preconditions for joining parliament.
She makes her journey with children to join tens of thousands of protesters.
The party cites gains in freedom of expression, but says justice remains elusive.