Cambodian Center for Human Rights finds rape, rejection, job discrimination and abuse by police are rampant.
Pailin province officials demand for a witness likely runs afoul of election laws.
While opposition party lawmakers intend to return, they want changes to Hun Sen’s cabinet.
The prime minister and Cambodian People’s Party leader threatens retaliation for protests.
Job losses, safety issues and law violations cited as the reasons migrant workers are repatriated.
As registration proceeds, there are reports that the military may be attempting to put ineligible soldiers on local voter rolls
Concern over the government's court actions against opponents and Kem Sokha's murder investigation spark rebuke.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party demands ‘political normalcy’ in defiance of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s crackdown threat.
The CNRP leader calls the conviction an example of the legal ‘double standard’ faced by opponents of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Bou Rachana responds to criticism by an Interior Ministry official who says she hasn't cooperated.
Ruling party lawmaker accuses Cambodia National Rescue Party of destroying democracy in the country.
A trip to the hospital brings new calls to release the jailed information chief from prison as CNRP leader Kem Sokha’s trial is set to begin.
The International Criminal Court could rule this year on whether or not to move forward with prosecution.
Bou Rachana and her children have been granted refugee status by the UNHCR and are awaiting plans to move to a third country.
Federal district judge George H. Wu rules that the civil case in Los Angeles can go forward.
Long waits, technical glitches and misunderstandings complicate new, digital registration process.
Environmental degradation and a lack of proof that ethnic Vietnamese fishermen and their families are Cambodian citizens may spell the end to a way of life.
The government appears to be ratcheting up the pressure on opponents as voter registration is set to open.
The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party official looks to the U.S. as it seeks justice.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy discusses the upcoming elections in Cambodia and his desire to return for them.
Kem Ley’s wife Bou Rachana and her children are now in an undisclosed location.
Cambodia National Rescue Party lawmakers say the decision to try leader Kem Sokha is an attempt to use the judiciary as a 'political tool.'
Jailed opposition party member Meach Sovannara's lawsuit against Prime Minister Hun Sen's son will have its first hearing in Los Angeles in September.
It’s unclear what action the prime minister wants, or what action the U.S. could take over Facebook posts claiming Hun Manet is part Vietnamese.
Supporters of Tep Vanny and Bov Sophea call the 6-day sentences unjust.
Chum Huor and Chum Huot will resume their work as environmental activists to help villagers affected by the construction of the Don Sahong Dam in neighboring Laos.
Bou Rachana asks the Center for Alliance of Labor and Human Rights for assistance with a lawsuit.
Civil society officials and the ambassador from the U.N. wonder if a free and fair election is possible.
Tep Vanny and Bov Sophea face prison terms and a Spanish national is deported for ‘Black Monday’ protests while Um Sam An sees bail appeal denied.
Tep Vanny and Bov Sophea are questioned about a demonstration that included headless dummies representing national leaders.