PM Hun Sen boasts about ordering the CNRP leader’s arrest and vows to hold elections in July without opponents.
Exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy repeats his call on PM Hun Sen to hold dialogue with his opponents on national issues.
They say the agreement could be used to target critics of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government.
A 45-nation group urges the UN Human Rights Council to take action on Cambodia, citing a 'deteriorating' situation.
Ambassador Heidt calls the comments ‘offensive’ and urges an independent probe of the killing.
They decry his rights record and vow to burn him in effigy over the weekend.
Protesters were fired on after they blocked a road following destruction of their homes by plantation workers and police.
Observers have also called on Australia to hold Cambodia to account during an ASEAN summit.
Meanwhile, questions remain over claims that protesters were shot dead by police in the confrontation.
He claims his return to politics has nothing to do with an invitation from Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Woman who told of slain villagers in Kratie land dispute is arrested and recants her story.
Sources say as many as eight people were killed when authorities opened fire on villagers in Kratie province.
Rhona Smith stresses the need to make sure that laws are applied compatibly with international rights standards.
Policy analyst Sophal Ear says Cambodia's debt sustainability is "not bad," but warns against depending too heavily on China as the chief source of the country's borrowing.
The prime minister says he will beat up demonstrators who rally against him when he visits Sydney in mid-March.