Many more conflicts may go unreported.
He asks the government to make a decision by next week on demands for a doubling of minimum wages.
The crackdown comes ahead of a UN review of the country’s rights record.
Activists, workers challenge government ban on demonstrations in Phnom Penh.
They call for the release of 23 protesters held following a violent government crackdown.
The march is held despite an order preventing rallies in the capital.
The CNRP claims the ruling party hired people to create chaos at an opposition rally.
He urges Prime Minister Hun Sen and the opposition to negotiate an end to their deadlock.
The Cambodian premier says the stalemate could be solved in the legislature.
Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha appear in court for questioning.
He vows to bring their concerns to the attention of the authorities.
A group of soldiers make a complaint on two regional commanders to a local rights group.
CNRP leaders meet with supporters in Siem Reap.
The announcement of the trip comes as the government defends violent actions taken against demonstrators.
The international body calls for restraint from all stakeholders.
The men are being held in an unknown location following two police crackdowns.
But CNRP chief Sam Rainsy says opposition supporters will not be dragged into any violence.
Police clear CNRP supporters from daily protest site at Freedom Park.
Rights group says it's 'the worst state violence against civilians to hit Cambodia in 15 years.'
A special command unit is dispatched to quell the demonstration.