Vendors at a market near Cambodia's star tourist attraction say they're concerned about security.
Cambodia’s opposition wants ‘measures’ against a sugar producer accused of employing children.
Union trouble brews among the ruins of Cambodia’s ‘Tomb Raider’ temple.
The two allies deepen military ties with a new training agreement.
Cambodia is to draw up a blueprint for dredging sand from the Mekong River.
More than a week after Hun Sen pardons 500 prisoners, a Cambodian rights group presses amnesty for an opposition leader and three activists.
Two of three defendants on trial for war crimes in Cambodia are hospitalized in less than a week.
Wanted Cambodian land activist Bun Ratha says he will come out of hiding to stage a demonstration over government allegations of a secessionist plot.
But is a Cambodian court ignoring others who may be involved in the crime?
Cambodians returning to their village after a crackdown on an alleged 'secession' plot say soldiers are harvesting their crops.
Opposition politicians call on Cambodia's Supreme Court President to explain controversial cases to parliament.
The Cambodian opposition chief believes the government will allow him to contest upcoming polls in order to safeguard the vote's legitimacy.
Two Vietnamese companies are under fire for illegal logging in Cambodia.
Labor advocates say the Cambodian government should do more to improve working conditions in the garment industry.