Rhona Smith suggests such legal actions constitute a serious violation of due process.
Aun Pheap and Zsombor Peter had gone in 2017 to interview residents of a commune who had voted against Cambodia's ruling party five years before.
The large-scale entertainment complex will be built just south of the UNESCO Heritage site.
Security personnel blocked the women from petitioning King Norodom Sihamoni to free their husbands.
Theary Seng, an opposition supporter and critic of strongman Hun Sen, goes to court Nov. 26.
Bor Bet and Sim Sovandy said authorities had sought them multiple times at their temple and hometowns.
Cambodian rights workers and labor leaders agree pressure is needed, but fear harm to the country from further sanctions.
Mary Lawlor, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, sees a 'circular pattern' of detentions.
They called on the King to help free their husbands from jail, saying they have no faith in the country's courts or 'corrupt officials.'
A spokesperson says Péter Szijjártó was asked not to adhere to guidelines for stopping the spread of the coronavirus.
Ly Srey Vyna becomes the 14th CNRP member to ask for political ‘rehabilitation’ from the government.
Observers say the move is part of a bid to raise the popularity of the ruling party.
Prum Chantha, the wife of Cambodia National Rescue Party member Kak Komphear, says she has been harassed for days by five men monitoring her every move and urging her to join Prime Minister Hun Sen's ruling Cambodian People's Party.
Tea Banh echoes comments he made in October, saying the move was a sovereign right.
He says division makes the country weak and susceptible to foreign control.
But the party’s acting chief says the two are united and that the strategy will fail.
Citizens criticize government for not observing social distancing rules.
Hungary’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto tested positive soon after leaving the country.
Sok Bolyma has actively campaigned for the release of her husband, but now fears for her life.
Court also questions wife of opposition member who claims her son was tortured by police.
Ta Mok Lake in the capital is under threat from overdevelopment, activists say.
The family of an exiled opposition official was threatened, and several activists have been detained.
The ruling means the investigation will continue, nearly three years after the pair were arrested.
'Your wife and children still live in Phnom Penh,' Hun Sen tells US-based exile CNRP figure Ho Vann.
Din Varin is the latest of at least 10 CNRP members to be attacked by unidentified men since late 2019.
Ly Chantola helped draft a law dissolving Cambodia's CNRP and is helping prosecute opposition chief Kem Sokha for treason.
The incident comes amid transparency concerns over donations procured by the government.
NGOs say corrupt tycoons use them to whitewash past crimes and curry favor with the government.
Rising waters are befouled by weeks of trash left by striking sanitation workers.
Analysts have warned that the deal could leave Phnom Penh poorer and beholden to Beijing.