King Norodom Sihamoni departs for China a day after the Senate approves changes to the charter and a lèse-majesté law.
No suspects have been named in the blast, which occurred in northeastern Myanmar's conflict-torn Shan state.
Demonstrators demand Myanmar’s recognition of Rohingya Muslims as citizens.
Cambodians in Australia say Hun Sen's threats are terroristic and ill-advised, as opposition steps of boycott of ruling family companies.
The request is a bid to rein in clergymen who stir up trouble in the Buddhist-majority country.
Wealthy citizens and high-ranking officials are increasingly converting their Chinese yuan to greenbacks.
Kem Ley's widow says she is unsatisfied with the handling of the July 2016 daylight murder of her social commentator husband.
China's petitioners say it is now much harder to lodge a complaint in the country's capital, as security tightens ahead of the annual parliament.
Opinion remains divided, with some saying the deal isn't all plain sailing, especially when it comes to the leadership of the Catholic Church in China.
AMM has links with outfits in Pakistan and Bangladesh, officials say.
Kuala Lumpur vows the action it takes “will not hurt the feelings of any country.”