Local groups see no progress this year in human rights in Cambodia.
A brutal assault on two Cambodian women highlights what the government says is an escalating pattern of violence against women.
Controversy heats up over plans to develop an area of the Cambodian capital and evict its residents.
Thailand and Cambodia take steps to ease tensions after a deadly clash.
A Khmer-American woman launches a new quest to find a sister who disappeared in Cambodia 33 years ago.
Cambodia's ruling party claims an election victory, but the opposition says voting was rigged.
As Cambodia's election campaign heats up, a journalist linked to the opposition is killed along with his son.
Cambodia's long-lost "jungle girl" makes progress in small steps after 18 years in the forest.
Global food prices are still sky-high, but Cambodia has announced an end to its ban on rice exports, and Vietnam may soon follow suit.
Weeks ahead of Cambodia's general election, Prime Minister Hun Sen's government forces the closure of an independent radio station that gave airtime to the opposition.
Ethnic Chinese families close to Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen are playing a key role in putting Chinese companies in touch with top Cambodian officials, resulting in billions of dollars' worth of deals.
Residents in a crowded area of the Cambodian capital were scrambling Tuesday to account for relatives and salvage what they could after a 50-meter bank of the Tonle Sap River slid into the water, leaving some 300 people homeless and an unknown number missing.