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.
The Southeast Asian grouping is set to make a common position on its maritime row with China.
Tensions between Cambodia and Thailand ease at the disputed Preah Vihear site.
The two political groups hope to challenge the ruling Cambodian People’s Party.
A Cambodian court orders a radio broadcaster held without bail during his land clash trial.
The director of the station in Phnom Penh is accused of masterminding a land revolt.
The ILO says Cambodia is not doing enough to stem mass fainting incidents in factories.
Cambodian jails grapple with a ballooning inmate population.
Health officials say Hand Foot and Mouth Disease is behind mysterious deaths in Cambodia.
Four Cambodians trapped in forced labor on fishing boats off the coast of South Africa are repatriated.