The government says it is lifting the ban following 'requests' but does not elaborate.
The directive ahead of general elections is roundly criticized by rights groups.
Voters show up en mass to pledge their support.
Mam Sonando says the government has imposed restrictions that are stifling revenue flow.
Victims and rights groups say the verdict doesn’t fit the crime.
Kem Sokha is asked to appear in court over a lawsuit.
The sportswear giant expressed concern over police action at a strike at its supplier Sabrina's plant.
An official dismisses claims that the government’s efforts were lacking.
The garment factory workers resort to the action after a two-week strike.
But Myanmar and Vietnam are making progress, a U.S. report says.
The group says intimidation from the ruling party will invalidate the polls.
Cambodia's Court of Appeals suspends one year of Yorm Bopha's sentence but upholds her conviction.
Noticeably absent is the country’s ruling Cambodia People’s Party.
A rights group says the program largely benefits the wealthy and powerful.
CNRP's deputy leader says he is concerned for his safety after the disturbances.
An opposition official says the law limits freedom of expression.
The vote on the law criminalizing denial of Khmer Rouge atrocities takes place without any opposition members.
The Cambodian Premier is attempting to sack opposition MPs and prosecute an opposition leader, sources say.
Workers mass outside court to press for their representatives' release.
They call on Vietnam to end persecution of their ethnic group.
At least 11 police officers and eight workers are injured in the mass violence.