A senator, a monk and a land rights activists all have a day in court as Cambodia National Rescue Party leader hints at a return to parliament.
Organization dedicated to promoting the rights of lawmakers joins a long list of government critics.
A man dies and another is severely injured as the police officers accused refuse to answer questions about the incident.
Hun Sen crows over picking the winner as Myanmar see closer ties through the Republicans.
Sam Rainsy is ordered to pay thousands of dollars, but says Prime Minister Hun Sen should compensate the Cambodian people for his lies.
Exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy criticizes the courts as he comes to the defense of Senator Hong Sok Hour.
Three convicted of beatings outside National Assembly are released after serving a year of a four-year sentence, but questions remain.
Jailed opposition activists urge both parties to put aside their differences, while others urge Western aid freeze over repression.
Civil society organizations seek restrictions on sand exports to Singapore citing concern over the environmental and social impact.
They were trying a short-cut across Vietnam to a sensitive temple location back inside Cambodia when stopped.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court says it needs more time to find witnesses and evidence, as a U.S. diplomat urges renewed talks.
A powerful legislative committee dominated by the Cambodian People’s Party approved draconian new rules for lawmakers.
The investigation serves as a backdrop to the turmoil that roils the nation as Sam Rainsy may seek to return and Hun Manet gets heckled.
U.N. special rapporteur on human rights in Cambodia says the country needs to move out of the past.
The asylum seekers say they fear going back to Vietnam, but will go to another country.
The slain government critic's 100-day funeral ceremony wraps up as former students produce a compilation of his essays.
Xi Jinping visit reinforces Beijing support for Hun Sen, but government critics say Cambodians pay a high price for Chinese largesse.
Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha hope for a royal intervention, but others see politics as usual.
Rhona Smith meets with CNRP leader Kem Sokha and Minister of Social Affairs Vong Soth, but it's unclear if she will meet with Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Sam Rainsy's return to the country could make a stronger leadership team for the opposition party.
Keo Remy tells the U.N. human rights special rapporteur for Cambodia that she should be concerned about Syria.
Rhona Smith visits as activists are beaten and an opposition lawmaker goes to jail.
A party spokesperson backs away from an earlier pledge, citing unspecified threats against opposition lawmakers.
The CNRP acting president registers to vote amid signs that the political tension is easing.
The couple's fifth child is named after Kem Ley and was born as the family awaits a decision on political asylum.
Manufacturers say the increase in the minimum wage is too high and the unions say it's too low.
The opposition leader’s comments come amid signs of a thaw in frosty relations with Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Acting leader Kem Sokha says the opposition will show up for committee work beginning Wednesday.
Police have yet to arrest a suspect in the grisly murder in Tboung Khmum province.
As the legal battles rage and elections approach, it’s unclear if the political armistice for the Pchum Ben holiday means anything.