Cambodia’s war tribunal is considering conditions to the former Khmer Rouge official’s freedom.
The former Khmer Rouge official will leave Cambodian jail due to an ‘incurable’ cognitive disease.
Cambodian police detain a married couple they say have links to the journalist’s murder.
The body of a Cambodian reporter who uncovered illegal logging is found in the trunk of his car.
Cambodian activist Mam Sonando’s supporters are kept at bay as his trial opens.
Facilities providing free medical care for Cambodia's poor may be shut for lack of funds.
Cambodia’s government rejects a UN report seeking electoral reforms and respect for human rights.
UN special envoy Surya Subedi warns of possible unrest in Cambodia if the authorities refuse to embrace election reforms.
Dams planned for the Mekong River could destroy fish populations and dramatically alter land allocation.
Southeast Asian officials meet to address drug-resistant malaria in their cross-border regions.
Cambodia's tourism ministry will work with an international NGO to help protect children from foreign pedophiles.
Cambodian authorities say a wanted land rights advocate should face the law.
The heads of two companies linked to human trafficking in Cambodia are likely to have fled the country.
The Cambodian land activist says he did not push villagers to establish a self-governing zone.
Rights watchdogs say the accusation is part of a government attack on Cambodia’s civil society.
A Cambodian independent radio station head is suffering from breathing difficulties and acute diarrhea in prison.
The surprise resignation of Cambodia’s Prince Norodom Ranariddh paves the way for the merger.
Opposition members cannot question him about an agreement between Cambodia and Vietnam.
Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy expects a ‘political solution’ before 2013 elections.
Recently uncovered remains are thought to be victims of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime.
Cambodian high school students pay bribes, look up answers.
Cambodia’s health ministry says doctors cannot leave the poor untreated.
Cambodia sends soldiers to help provide land titles to villagers lacking the documents.
Cambodia's prime minister denies accusations of attempts to block free speech.
But rights groups and unions fear a crackdown on peaceful protests.
Representatives from Cambodia’s two largest opposition parties meet for the first time inside Cambodia.
Reports of bribery in Cambodian schools underscore the country's uphill battle against corruption.
Cambodian activists hold protests calling for independent radio director Mam Sonando’s release.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says his country is not taking sides in the South China Sea dispute.