His call came as protestors in the capital demanded the release of 11 female land rights activists on International Women's Day.
They say the government would gain international credibility by letting the 11 female activists and one monk go free.
Villagers say the Red Cross donation wasn’t fit for pigs to consume.
They say protests will continue if the company doesn’t halt construction of the project.
They criticize ruling and opposition leaders for lacking transparency on the agreement.
Activist group says 36 who sought asylum were arrested with help from Cambodian police.
The women are either pregnant or have had children during their incarceration.
Local officials say the ethnic minority people from Vietnam have not been arrested.
A US State Department official is focusing on making the country ‘impact-free.’
Revelation comes after four other Montagnards are deported back to Vietnam’s Central Highlands.
The woman was the second person from an extended family of 50 to die of the deadly virus.
The four were caught in a raid by local authorities a day earlier.
He also vows to prevent construction of the dam the activist was fighting.
They arrive from Vietnam as local police arrest four others already hiding in the area.
Prime Minister Hun Sen made the move after a rights group issued a report on children behind bars.
Alejandro Gonzalez-Davidson is accused of abusing his NGO status in a fight against the Chhay Areng hydropower dam.
Cambodia insists its interior minister must approve cooperation with the UN in Ratanakiri province.
But provincial authorities have blocked a United Nations team from trying to find and help them and others in hiding.
The group says the government has failed to take action despite the surge.
The anti-dam campaigner will be forced to leave when his document expires on Friday.
Officials echo parents’ fears teens will celebrate Feb. 14 with premarital sex.
They say Bangkok must take legal action against those responsible.
Newest group is at risk of deportation as they seek a path to asylum.
The call comes as four members of the persecuted Vietnamese minority group arrive in Phnom Penh seeking refugee status.
The group refutes a police report which says he died in an accident.
An investigative report says the Cambodian tycoon who controls the network is supported by corrupt officials.
They say the measures would restrict their activities during election periods.
The police chief says security isn’t a problem, but has posted two addition policemen in the village.
They urge the government to hear concerns before parliament considers the bill.
She says she was trafficked to China and forced to wed an abusive husband.