Logging continues in spite of promised government efforts to end the cross-border trade.
Kim Sok had gone into hiding in Thailand in mid-September in the face of an arrest warrant.
A surge in development turns Sihanoukville into a 'Chinese town,' sources say.
Meanwhile, a former commune official is sent back to jail for defying Prime Minister Hun Sen in an online video.
The bloc will reinstate tariffs on Cambodian goods without ‘clear and demonstrable improvements.’
Ou Chanrath says that opposition party members still jailed pose no threat to national security and should be freed.
Khmer National Liberation Front leader Sam Serey calls recent arrests a government plot to discredit him.
The court orders a retrial, saying there is no proof Ny Chakrya said what he is accused of.
Rights group decry the punishment as politically motivated and demand their convictions be quashed.
James Ricketson will soon be freed from a six-year prison term imposed for 'espionage,' sources say.
He says the release was health-related and defends a court order placing Kem Sokha under virtual house arrest.
He says the government is trying to drive a wedge between him and CNRP president Kem Sokha.
Freed from prison in August, Kim Sok was warned by Prime Minister Hun Sen not to criticize his governing of Cambodia.
Hundreds of residents contend that four people arrested for ‘violently occupying’ land are the rightful owners of the property.
They say their concerns were ignored by the Mekong River Commission, which is hosting the meeting.
Rights group, US embassy say recent conditional releases don’t go far enough.
Critics say freeing Kem Sokha on bail is meaningless because the political damage is already done after July's one-party elections.