Suong Sophorn’s arrest follows the formal charging of prominent union leader Rong Chhun.
One woman who was beaten and arrested by plainclothes agents was later charged with ‘incitement.’
Observers say the government is clinging to power at the expense of the country’s economy.
Ouk Chhayavy says she was targeted for leading protests over union leader Rong Chhun’s arrest.
The U.K.’s ‘Russia Report’ reveals London as a kleptocrat’s paradise, which may be why it’s such a magnet for politically connected Cambodians with cash to spare.
A ruling party spokesman meanwhile says the government is unconcerned about looming EU trade sanctions addressing Cambodia's human rights record.
Late flooding of Cambodia’s Tonle Sap lake points to potential disaster for region.
Two are later released, with two others still held by Cambodia's National Police.
Observers say stronger measures can be expected if Cambodia doesn’t improve its rights record.
Rong Chhun urges supporters to ‘continue to fight for social justice’ from pretrial detention.
Rong Chhun’s arrest has angered unionists, free speech advocates and nationalists.
Nearly 100 supporters protested in front of Phnom Penh Municipal Court demanding the release of Rong Chhun.
Border authorities accused him of ‘fake news,’ but Rong Chhun doubled down on the day of his arrest.
Mother Nature says it is destroying a crucial ecosystem and the livelihoods of hundreds of families.
This leads to self-censorship and a decrease in public understanding of those freedoms, rights groups say.
But a spokesman says the watches were acquired legally and that critics are merely jealous.
They say threats to arrest him can have ‘a chilling effect’ on freedoms in the country.
Fishing communities in the region are losing their livelihoods and being forced to incur large debts.
The family members had called for the release of their loved ones in front of the court that tried them.
Loss of access to the EU market and a lopsided deal favoring China will devastate the economy, they say.
Analysts say reminder shows that Hun Sen still fears the CNRP and its leaders.
The CNRP leader has been meeting with local residents on a series of ‘sightseeing’ trips.
Protesters in Phnom Penh then walked to Australian Embassy to appeal for help.
Lender associations say the reports are baseless and aimed at defaming their industry.
Rights groups say neither case is legitimate and called them part of a campaign to intimidate the media.
Human Rights Watch says the government and micro-lenders have failed to assist those most vulnerable.
Activists say police broke laws to thwart their participation.
Critics say his convicted killer is a ‘scapegoat’ and slammed the country’s culture of impunity.
A rights group says authorities should treat all illegal land grabbers equally before the law.
The groups had warned workers are selling their land, eating less, and taking on more debt to repay loans.