Cambodians seeking the intervention of the visiting Chinese president to resolve a land dispute are turned away by authorities.
The victims of a shooting incident want the lone suspect arrested and tried.
The Cambodian government rejects a human rights watchdog claim that it is dragging its feet on the 15-year-old case.
Villagers say the company is illegally logging central Cambodian forests.
The influential nephew of Cambodia’s prime minister calls the report baseless.
A Cambodian war tribunal judge says his international counterpart was never approved to sit.
A new report says Cambodia’s government has given away vast tracts of public land to private companies.
Cambodia and Burma look to join forces on the regional rice market.
The world body plans to investigate why a second judge has quit a Cambodian tribunal.
The second judge in six months quits a Khmer Rouge war crime tribunal in Cambodia.
Cambodian villagers grapple with the environmental cost of sand mining.
Rights groups say someone is trying to convince a prosecutor to drop a case against a high-level official.
Two gunshot victims bring a civil suit against a Cambodian official suspected as the trigger man.
A group of retailers ask Cambodian authorities to investigate a shooting at a factory protest.
The government’s plan to dig up the river’s sand and sell it overseas sparks environmental controversy.
But critics say justice is being held up because of the Cambodian district governor’s political ties.
Infected Cambodian villagers find new purpose in business projects.
Cambodian farmers say that despite good harvests, they are facing loan defaults.
Cambodian authorities say the official is likely behind the incident that left three workers hospitalized.
Prime Minister Hun Sen must respond to concerns over two hydroelectric projects.
NGOs strive to increase the role of women in Cambodian politics ahead of June elections.