Hun Sen also dispels rumors that he had suffered a stroke.
Police and ruling party supporters came out in force in a bid to stop the tour, the CNRP says.
The claims came as Khmer Krom marked the annexation of their land to Hanoi.
Scientists have found more than 360 new plants and animals in the six-country region in recent years, the WWF says.
Cambodia says it will only accept asylum seekers who volunteer to resettle there.
A young boy hoped to help his family find the money, leading to the incident.
Civil society welcomes their release, but slams their conviction.
They decry a lack of evidence and impartiality.
They warn of a nationwide demonstration if demolition proceeds.
Kem Sokha says the CPP is only ‘testing’ the CNRP’s resolve.
The ruling party pushes through three judicial laws in the National Assembly without public consultations.
The two sides meet for the first time in more than a month.
The CNRP and CPP prepare to restart negotiations following a hiatus for local council elections.
CNRP leader Sam Rainsy says the boost will help strengthen democracy at the grassroots level.
His organization plans to file a complaint with the city court.
It upholds an earlier ruling citing an ongoing trial against the men.
A new report says government concessions are largely responsible.
Rights groups say the justice system lacks independence from the government.
Thousands go back after a court that they would lose their jobs if they did not end their strike, a union leader says.
Security personnel target opposition supporters and journalists.
Security forces beat demonstrators and bystanders indiscriminately, eyewitnesses say.
Following a trip to the EU, the opposition seeks a ‘peaceful’ end to the standoff.
The government threatens action if unions proceed with a mass rally at the capital’s designated protest site.
Those from Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, China, and Tibet are included in the list of ‘Information Heroes.’
Cambodia's prime minister says he is not obligated to consult civil society groups over the draft laws.
A judge says more time is needed to review the evidence against them.
They skip the first meeting since strikes were crushed in January.
The detainees are transferred to a Phnom Penh prison ahead of their hearing on Friday.
The scuffle breaks out after opposition lawmaker-elect Mu Sochua attempts a solo sit-in.
The government should incorporate feedback from stakeholders, it says.