The Vietnamese are said to have poisoned Cambodian crops grown on the land.
The draft could be sent to parliament for approval by the end of the week.
Civil society groups say the draft should not go to parliament until they can weigh in.
The closures are the first since an outbreak of HIV in the province last year.
Critics say the move to sue government critics curbs freedom of speech online.
The foreign minister accuses them of meddling in the country’s internal affairs.
He says ruling party lawmakers could vote him out of the body’s vice presidency.
They set up blockades in the road to prevent trucks from accessing the area.
An official says he will be deported to Russia where he faces embezzlement charges.
A convicted drug trafficker has filed a complaint against the reporter who wrote about her.
They say Cambodia must create jobs at home to keep laborers from going to South Korea.
Sam Rainsy says the station will ‘favor’ his party, but won’t be controlled by it.
They have asked rights group Adhoc to submit a complaint to the Cambodian government on their behalf.
Indigenous families say they have lost thousands of hectares of communal land.
The WWF has issued repeated calls for the government to cancel the project in Mondulkiri province.
The probe comes as a court questions an opposition lawmaker over insurrection charges.
The men had been enslaved on Thai fishing trawlers plying Indonesia waters.
Some Boeung Kak residents say they have not received fair compensation for giving up their homes and land.
NGOs and villagers there say illegal betting on an off-shore lottery, soccer games and cockfighting is on the rise.
They say he was not driving the truck that hit Norodom Ranariddh’s motorcade.
They say two foreign developers were encroaching on their farms.
The decision comes after a ruling party complaint that an opposition party member of the NEC attended a workers’ rally.
They say they need the land on higher ground as a refuge for them and their livestock during floods.
He has threatened to end the period of political cooperation with the opposition party.
But a rights group warns a license might facilitate the illegal harvest of nearby luxury wood.
They call for the return of village land claimed by a company linked to the wife of a government minister.
Cambodia welcomes the new effort by Thai soldiers to avoid deadly jungle confrontations.
But the family, fearing mob violence, doesn’t want to return to their village.
They say an operator is destroying people’s livelihoods in the coastal province.
They are gathering support to prevent such companies from operating in Koh Kong province.