Minister vows to investigate cause of disaster and punish any wrongdoing.
Rights group dismisses “ludicrous charges” and says case should be linked to EU trade privileges.
The two rapporteurs cite the targeting of some 140 opposition activists in recent weeks.
Property owners' earnings climb, while ordinary Cambodians find it hard to make ends meet.
Meanwhile, another activist flees his home after learning of police plans to arrest him for his posts on Facebook.
Cambodia’s government says it has done nothing wrong, and doesn’t need to change its ways.
The government says it has arrest warrants ready for the exiled Cambodia National Rescue Party leader.
HRW and local organizations urge attendees to discuss Cambodian press freedom at major regional media event.
Singapore PM ruffled feathers recalling Vietnam’s 1979 invasion and decade-long occupation of Cambodia.
The issue remains sensitive because PM Hun Sen was installed during Hanoi’s 10-year occupation of Cambodia.
The banned CNRP says it will support self-determination and ask for return of historic territory from Hanoi.
A delegation will meet with officials and other stakeholders during a five-day visit to Cambodia.
Union leader and translator Rath Rott Mony’s fate postponed to mid-June.
Cambodians have dogged Hun Sen with protests while he attends a regional conference in Tokyo.
The wife of one of the men says the arrest is politically motivated and demands his release.
Previous orders to close had been ignored, and authorities now threaten prosecution if the casino re-opens, a government spokesperson says.
After Chhun Dymey’s song went viral, police began regularly staking out his home in Siem Reap.
Hundreds have been harassed while slurping down their food in recent days.