But critics say the conviction failed to bring the masterminds to justice.
The report criticizing Cambodia's record on democracy and human rights reflects only the views of 'a few individuals,' the ruling party says.
He says the ruling violates the principle of the presumption of innocence.
Kim Sok is muzzled after a hearing on his incitement and defamation case.
A new report says a ruling party crackdown is seriously undermining the political opposition.
A lawmaker says his party will drop the controversial motto if ordered by a judge.
One observer says the government must consider a clear strategic plan for each dam contract to address possible detrimental outcomes.
He says the minister ‘followed orders’ to keep his staff detained on ‘unjustified’ charges.
The party could be dissolved ahead of local elections if found in breach of statute.
The ruling party has threatened legal action over what it says is incitement.
A Ministry of Mines and Energy official says the government will consider giving other plots to those who can’t grow crops.
The president of the Senate acting as head of state approved the measure in King Norodom Sihamoni’s absence.
They say female workers continue to face harassment in the country’s ubiquitous garment factories.
A statement accuses the opposition of ‘incitement’ ahead of local elections.
He threatens to release more evidence if Kem Sokha denies the talks took place.
From tracking families vulnerable to hunger to protecting children from traffickers, new information tools help aid workers deliver services.
He says the ruling party seeks to prevent the opposition from standing in upcoming elections.
Drug use, gambling, and unhealthy and crowded conditions are common in Prey Sar, he says.
On trial in Phnom Penh, Oeuth Ang says he shot dead government critic Kem Ley.
Opposition CNRP picks Kem Sokha as new party president and names three vice presidents.
Conviction adds to controversy over use of the social media platform that has become a force in the country,
The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party prepares to restructure its leadership.
Tep Vanny receives a stiff sentence while appeals court denies bail to the ‘Kem Sokha Five.’
Opposition party leaders say they are seeking a peaceful transition, while Western governments decry new party-busting law.
The Cambodian Senate is expected to follow the National Assembly in approving the sweeping changes.
Kim Sok is being held in Phnom Penh’s notorious Prey Sar prison for comments he made in an interview with RFA.
Social and political commentator Kim Sok says he needs time to find an attorney.
George Edgar’s statement comes as the main opposition party reorganizes and the National Assembly prepares to alter the law on political parties.
The opposition politician doesn’t want to give Hun Sen ammunition as the prime minister trains his sights on the opposition.
Security video from a Chevron station in Phnom Penh may show who actually shot the popular government critic.