NGOs said the hastily-approved legislation threatens to undermine the country’s democracy.
After the court denies his request, Kim Sok refuses to answer the judge’s questions.
Infections caused by the newer H7N9 virus, a subgroup of H5N1, are on the rise and difficult to treat, a health ministry official says.
The holdouts are determined to remain in Sre Kor and Kbal Romeas communes where they have lived for generations.
The purported post showed a man posing with a pistol and vowing to kill the prime minister.
The area to which they were moved five years ago is uninhabitable, protesters say.
Hun Sen has called it a ‘wicked trick’ which implies the ruling party will lose upcoming elections.
Sam Rainsy vows to continue his political activities despite a new amendment banning the CNRP from associating with him.
Water has already begun to rise and may submerge villagers' homes before the test ends, sources say.
The government suggests the disputes stem from the use of personal funds to renovate workplaces.
If the CNRP doesn’t change its banners and cut ties with Sam Rainsy, it could be shut down.
Many say they cannot generate enough money from sales of their products to finance their operations or pay bank loans.
Heng Leakhena accuses the prime minister and his family of having a hand in the murder of prominent political analyst and scholar Kem Ley.
But an environmental group says all sand dredging must end and demands industry transparency.
The US and rights groups worldwide call for a full and unbiased investigation of the government critic’s murder.
CPP lawmakers adopt the changes banning parties from associating with convicts.
Following a meeting of labor ministries, Thailand will allow illegal workers to seek official status.
The ruling party’s amendment is likely to be voted into law next week.
But residents near the border say a long-term closure will damage their livelihoods.
A court investigation ends after 427 days and their case will proceed to trial.
He asks for new legislation banning all political activity by former CNRP president Sam Rainsy.
The group says police are intimidating them after they called for the release of a fellow monk.
The CNRP applauds modest improvements, but says several factors negatively affected the polls.
Village leaders tell them they must support Hun Sen's ruling CPP or be expelled from their mosque.
Cambodia's ruling party may need to 'eliminate' opponents that 'threaten peace,' Hun Sen says.
Prison authorities offer conflicting accounts of who treated Ny Sokha for his illness after his collapse.
Hun Sen dares Sam Rainsy to return to the Southeast Asian country and risk imprisonment.
The ruling party dares the former opposition chief to come home and face a conviction.
Watchdogs say citizens without balanced coverage are making ‘uninformed’ political choices.
Sam Rainsy says his Cambodia National Rescue Party would have done better if the commune elections were held in an atmosphere free of government intimidation.