Ouk Phon says authorities ‘spied’ on him after a fellow former official was thrown in pre-trial detention.
Carl Thayer says that defaults on Chinese loans could undermine Cambodian sovereignty.
Delegates to the gathering in South Korea also called for support from Paris Accord signatories.
He also warns them to refrain from accepting ‘gifts’ from Hun Sen in exchange for their support.
An analyst dismisses them as ‘propaganda’ meant to discourage people from attending a rally.
Heading home from Thailand, the migrants pay to get across the border faster.
The call comes weeks after authorities shuttered another Chinese facility accused of polluting the area.
A spokesman welcomes ‘help from foreigners’ to ‘defend Cambodia and its people’s interests.’
Sum Moeun and his son were among 15 villagers arrested for ‘illegally clearing state forest land.’
But European demands that Cambodia protect political freedoms infringe on the country's sovereignty, Sar Kheng says.
But the projects will not make up for the 400 megawatt shortfall currently straining the power grid.
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He also pledges support for a top-ranking ruling party official should he ‘dare’ topple the ruler.
He rejects claims that the government is reducing the power supply to generate support for a hydropower project.
He says Cambodia is ‘done taking orders’ from other countries in return for aid.
Judge Ky Rithy says the court is still gathering evidence, more than a year after Kem Sokha’s arrest.
Sam Rainsy will face “trenches equipped with machine guns” at the border, Hun Sen warns.
Observers say that without careful management of loans and aid, Phnom Penh will become obligated to Beijing.
But Prime Minister Hun Sen ramps up threats to the opposition, saying Cambodia doesn’t need EU handouts.
Visit comes in wake of new arrest warrants for Cambodian opposition figures.
An NGO says the government must better specify what businesses can be operated by foreign nationals.
Meanwhile, arrest warrants are issued for acting opposition chief Sam Rainsy and seven other officials.
The defendants and their lawyer question the decision, saying the court lacks evidence of wrongdoing.
Analysts advise that the government resume drills with the US, to balance Cambodia’s foreign policy.
The casino and hotel had poured raw sewage into the sea, polluting local beaches, sources said.
Activists say it is rare for the ministry to act, but that it should have moved sooner.
Analyst says the raid and the arrest are politically motivated
They were charged with 'incitement' after publicly supporting plans by exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy to return home.
Lawyer says they feared unfair trials in the court system.