An international forum calls on Cambodia to allow the opposition leader to participate in upcoming elections.
Rights groups claim political interference in her court case.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy says that if he cannot take part in the election, the ruling government will lose its legitimacy.
Medical experts recommend Nuon Chea's trial continue.
The regime co-founder, Ieng Sary, died while on trial for war crimes and genocide.
The new salary is substantially lower than that proposed by workers and their union representatives.
The four Khmer Krom and two Cambodians are accused of plotting an armed revolt.
Tep Vanny will attend screenings of the film about a land eviction in Phnom Penh.
Residents of a floating village in Cambodia's 'Great Lake' live surrounded by water but don't have clean water to drink.
The promise of back wages brings nearly two dozen staff members back to the UN-backed court.
Mam Sonando vows to continue his push for democracy ahead of elections this year.
His passing underscores the urgency of a Cambodia-based tribunal.
An appeals court squashes his conviction over a purported secessionist plot.
Activists say villagers protesting in front of the prime minister’s house were brutally beaten by security forces.
Election monitors warn of backsliding ahead of parliamentary vote this year.
A rights group raises concerns about pregnant inmates and detainees with children in the overburdened system.
Cambodia's prime minister says he is not trying to establish a political dynasty.
But the Cambodian radio station owner says he is concerned a new charge has been slapped on him.
An appeals court in Phnom Penh extends the hearing by another day.
But victims and activists say charges against Chhouk Bandit are too light.
Cambodian opposition lawmakers complain the ruling party is using German-funded cars to campaign.