On the eve of a high-level Chinese visit, Cambodia returns a group of asylum-seekers to China.
A group of ethnic Uyghur asylum-seekers may be headed back to China.
Cambodian authorities say they won't repatriate a group of asylum-seekers if they could be mistreated.
A fire in Cambodia's capital leaves hundreds of ethnic Muslims homeless.
Cambodia vows to crack down on safety violations by factory owners.
Two journalists are charged with libel in Cambodia.
But allegations persist of a government role in the 2004 killing of Cambodian labor leader Chea Vichea.
Will the long-awaited trial of Khmer Rouge leaders ease Cambodians' trauma, or stir painful memories?
Women in remote Cambodian villages are turning to woodcarving as a new way to raise their standard of living.
Rights groups condemn an appeals court ruling against a newspaper director who reported alleged corruption.
A publisher is jailed after his newspaper reports on alleged official corruption in Cambodia.
The editor of a Cambodian opposition newspaper is convicted in absentia over articles accusing officials of corruption.
No longer on a U.S. blacklist, Cambodia could see bilateral trade ties expand.
Hard times are abetting the massive global slave trade, according to a new U.S. report on human trafficking.
Poor women die in childbirth every day in Cambodia, but who's to blame?
Cambodians don't trust their own legal system, and corruption allegations in a high-profile Khmer Rouge trial don't help.
A French scholar takes the stand in Cambodia, becoming the first witness in a landmark trial of ex-Khmer Rouge leaders.
Cambodia’s international tribunal for top Khmer Rouge officials hears arguments over whether to move the one defendant who has voiced remorse to a site away from the others.
The former commandant of an infamous Khmer Rouge torture camp addresses the court and the country.
Five ex-leaders of the Khmer Rouge go on trial, and Cambodia's youth get a chance to learn the truth about an era kept secret for the last 30 years.
Lawyers clash over evidence at pretrial hearings in Cambodia's long-awaited Khmer Rouge trial.
Three decades after the atrocities of Cambodia's "Killing Fields," the Khmer Rouge's lead torturer appears in court.
Times are likely to get tougher for Cambodia’s already impoverished workers.
A Cambodian property developer forcefully evicts residents to develop a commercial site in the capital Phnom Penh. Talk of compensation ends in the midst of confusion over land rights.
Economic hardship is pushing young Cambodian girls into the sex trade while legislation drives the trade underground.
Cambodia's highest court orders a retrial in the 2004 killing of a top labor leader.