The Cambodian National Rescue Movement asks people not to purchase bottled water from a company run by one of Hun Sen’s daughters.
The two have been detained for three months, with no date set for their trial.
In an edited interview, Cambodian opposition figure Sam Rainsy discusses his lawsuit asking Facebook to disclose information on what he calls Prime Minister Hun Sen's false Facebook 'likes.'
Sam Sokha had thrown shoes at a billboard bearing photos of Hun Sen and Heng Samrin, saying the two were 'destroying the country.'
Xiong Bo tells local media accounts of money laundering by Chinese investors are “fake” news.
Tep Vanny was convicted of assaulting security officers during a 2013 protest outside the home of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Proposed amendments to the constitution are seen as an ‘escalation of authoritarianism’ in the country.
The government move against the paper's website is only now revealed in a letter dated Sept. 28, 2017.
The ruling was made to ensure his safety and the smooth proceeding of his case, according to the court.
The suspects are members of Cambodia’s border forces seen as backing the loggers.
His appearance in the capital will mark the first time a hearing has been held for him away from the remote prison where he has been held until now.
He says the movement’s main objective is to ensure free and fair elections in July.
Dim Kundy and Hun Vannak will be released in weeks, getting credit for time served.
Lu Lay Sreng, who lives in exile, says the court has no independence.
Officials suggest the CNRM is part of a foreign-backed plot to topple the government.
Exiled Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy tells RFA why he is launching a new 'movement' to pursue goals his banned political party cannot.
The slew of agreements comes as Western governments shun Cambodia amid a political crackdown.