Donor countries and Khmer Rouge Tribunal officials to discuss urgent funding needs.
Factory workers in Cambodia have been forced to work overtime beyond the limits allowed by law, says a government official.
NGOs are concerned by the growing numbers of Cambodians enslaved on Thai fishing boats.
Forced Cambodian laborers on Thai fishing vessels manage to flee to Indonesia.
A court in Cambodia hands the former prison head the stiffest penalty allowed under international law.
Two women remove their clothes to highlight the plight of evicted villagers in Cambodia’s capital.
Cambodia’s prime minister says companies abusing land rights will face punitive measures.
Cambodia’s main opposition party makes a substantial gain in Senate seats amid ‘unfair’ elections.
The international body says Cambodia’s judiciary has no right to veto the appointment.
Cambodia says it can’t overrule the rejection of an UN-selected judge for the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.
The UN appointee is expected to raise Cambodia's rejection of a tribunal judge.
Military personnel employed as private security shoot Cambodian villagers protesting a land dispute.
Groups call for a closer focus on human rights issues in the country as it chairs the ASEAN grouping this year.
The Cambodian government sits on a UN request to confirm a replacement judge at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.
The Southeast Asian bloc wants Western nations to reward Burma for democratic reforms.
Cambodia hands down harsh sentences for two former officers convicted of bribery and trafficking.
Cambodian police rid a disputed area of holdout families in a second day of forced evictions.
Cambodian authorities hold nearly a dozen villagers following a standoff in the capital.