Opposition parties and NGOs complain of irregularities in Cambodia’s local elections.
Cambodia gears up for its third-ever commune-level elections.
An opposition parliamentarian calls the independence of Cambodia’s judicial system into question.
A former employee of a Cambodian rights watchdog is released at the end of his sentence for distributing political leaflets.
Chinese defense minister signs military agreement with Cambodia and meets ASEAN defense ministers over South China Sea dispute.
Cambodian authorities detain a prominent monk and send 13 women to jail over land eviction demonstrations.
The Southeast Asian nation reiterates its support for the One-China policy that does not recognize Taiwan.
A Cambodian monk is thrown out of his pagoda after observing a political debate.
On their third straight day of protests, Cambodian workers take their demands to the government.
Ieng Sary is treated for breathing problems, calling his case into question.
Hundreds of security personnel force villagers to evacuate land in eastern Cambodia.
Honoring Cambodian environmentalist Chut Wutty, supporters patrol the forest where he was killed.
Cambodians are finding themselves left off voter lists or unable to register ahead of commune elections.
Cambodia calls on political parties and NGOs to join in fighting commune-level corruption.
Group members say murder of green activist will not deter them from protecting the forest.
Cambodia imposes moratorium to ‘strengthen management’ of land concessions.
A man allegedly shot Cambodian activist Chut Wutty’s killer by accident.
Cambodian authorities have detained another man in connection with the killing of Chut Wutty.
Cambodian police take a logging security guard into custody in a new case development.
In a demonstration over a land dispute, a group of women turn to an extreme measure.
The committee will investigate the death of Cambodian logging activist Chut Wutty.
Officials say Chhut Wuthy's killer committed suicide.
He is gunned down while trying to expose illegal logging activities in a forest reserve.
As trade and tourism links with China grow, more Cambodians are seeking Chinese-language education.
Phnom Penh threatens to take Laos to court if it moves ahead unilaterally with the Xayaburi dam project.
Rights groups accuse prosecutors of playing down the case.
Investors are betting on big gains at significant risk with the new exchange.
Analysts say Cambodia’s backing of the former Thai PM’s supporters sends mixed messages.
Cambodia plans to expand rubber production to beef up its agricultural sector.
A group of civil society organizations in Cambodia warn of disorder if the government does not intervene.