Cambodia’s government refuses Sam Rainsy's request to return home to honor the former king.
A rights group says journalists have faced increasing dangers in Cambodia over the past two decades.
Financial troubles cause a Cambodian war crimes court to delay its trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders.
The security guard linked to the death of Cambodian forest activist Chut Wutty could walk free next month.
Cambodia loses its bid to win a seat on the Security Council.
The Cambodian opposition leader hopes to return home to honor his fallen former king.
Cambodians mourn the death of their former monarch Norodom Sihanouk.
The hard-living monarch tried to keep Cambodia out of conflict while maintaining his claim to the throne.
Cambodian MPs re-elect members of the National Election Committee as the opposition boycotts.
Cambodia’s prime minister asks Chinese companies to better ensure quality for highway projects.
Two Cambodian land activists have been detained for more than a month.
Rights groups and the wife of Cambodian environmentalist Chut Wutty say the court trial ended without a full probe of his death.
He swiftly assumes the lead role in Cambodia's opposition alliance.
A Cambodian court comes under fire for giving lenient sentences to two Frenchmen convicted of child sex.
The Cambodian government approves registration of the united party with Sam Rainsy as its leader.
Rights groups condemn the conviction of Cambodian activist Mam Sonando as politically motivated.
The son of ousted Chinese politician Bo Xilai speaks out in defense of his father.