China's use of Cambodian naval bases will lead to further instability in Southeast Asia, exiled CNRP leader Sam Rainsy says.
Meanwhile, the families of victims of the collapse of a Chinese-owned building in Sihanoukville file lawsuits demanding compensation.
The prime minister calls the claims ‘fake news’ and part of a coordinated attack against Cambodia.
But an environmental watchdog says those conducting the investigation are likely complicit.
Tributaries feeding Tonle Sap lake run dry, leaving villagers with no food or income.
They had pledged to accompany exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy on his promised return to Cambodia to remove Hun Sen from power.
Chao Veasna’s condition has worsened since he was moved to an overcrowded cell full of smoking inmates.
Government, military and security officials could face sanctions if the bill is ultimately signed into law.
Kong Raiya faces incitement charges for selling T-shirts honoring murdered political commentator Kem Ley.
They say charges against two activists effectively criminalize acts of remembrance of Kem Ley.
Authorities harassed supporters in the capital and tried to shut down ceremonies across the country.
They call the flawed trial of his killer part of a cover-up to protect those who orchestrated his death.
Villagers stage protests against two different development projects, one with a Cambodian developer and the other backed by a Chinese company.
But the PM also pleaded at WTO event for EBA scheme to continue in Cambodia.
Washington warns such a move would undermine Cambodia’s independence and threaten ASEAN.
Minister of Defense Tea Banh calls the claims ‘fake news’ and says the facilities are being relocated.
Sun Thun said the men made no attempt to rob him, suggesting the attack was a form of political reprisal.
Yun Min was given a choice position with the Ministry of National Defense days after accepting responsibility for the disaster.
The opposition leader says he will not rest until the day he can return to serve the public.
Rights groups demand legal action against offenders and call for corrupt officials to be held accountable.
Rights groups and his family say he should never been arrested, let alone tried and convicted.
Rights groups say the charges are too light, given the severity of their crimes and number of casualties.
Civil society, legal experts, and opposition members demand an independent probe of the incident.
Minister vows to investigate cause of disaster and punish any wrongdoing.
Police said they have arrested four Chinese and Cambodians who were in charge of the construction and were holding them pending investigation.
Rights groups say the case against Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin should be dropped immediately.
Rights group dismisses “ludicrous charges” and says case should be linked to EU trade privileges.
The two rapporteurs cite the targeting of some 140 opposition activists in recent weeks.
Property owners' earnings climb, while ordinary Cambodians find it hard to make ends meet.
Meanwhile, another activist flees his home after learning of police plans to arrest him for his posts on Facebook.