They say the government needs to do more to support their families.
They say numbers are dangerously low in Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake.
Thousands of families are displaced, while mud-covered fields threaten farmers’ livelihoods.
An official says that without rain this month, the crops will die.
Area residents flee on their own to higher ground while waiting for government help.
Opposition lawmakers, however, continue to question the accuracy of the country’s borders with Vietnam.
Seventeen are held but later released after refusing to sign a pledge not to observe future protests.
Tin Aye says unproblematic voting on Nov. 8 will largely depend on those in charge of polling stations.
The group were tricked into working as loggers and had their pay withheld.
All but one candidate from the Democracy and Human Rights Party have failed to meet citizenship requirements.
Land activists and villagers are told to stop public protests by Wednesday or face 'administrative measures.'
Cambodia’s government believes they will verify maps the opposition says are false.
The three have been charged with interfering with sand-dredging operations blamed for local pollution.
The group used online audio communications to target other Chinese outside Cambodia, police say.
Union Election Commission Chairman Tin Aye says voters in flooded regions will have more time to verify status on critical voters' list.
In campaign speeches on state media, candidates cannot criticize the country's powerful army or the constitution it wrote.
A government official butts heads with an opposition lawmaker who has accused him of lying about a copy of the map held by the United States.
The government is waiting for a set of maps from France to further verify the accuracy of the country’s borders with Vietnam.
They are seeking justice for injuries they sustained when authorities beat them during a peaceful protest in March.
The talks are planned following a summit of ethnic leaders in Thailand.
Court awaits details of death at 83 of murderous 1970s regime’s most powerful woman.
Prime Minister Hun Sen threatens CNRP politicians if they again claim the government uses fake maps.
Top general says that the future leader of Myanmar should not have foreign relatives or in-laws.
Vote spares embattled lower house speaker Shwe Mann, as politicians focus on Nov. 8 polls.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing says that former junta chief Than Shwe is not involved in political affairs.
The government is confident the charts back its approach to demarcation.
Three Mother Nature activists were apprehended for boarding sand-dredging boats in Koh Kong province.
Election officials say traveling to polling stations will be impossible because of damage from recent heavy rains.
A personal attack becomes the latest salvo in a political war of words.
Former ruling party chief sticks to his guns after sudden ouster last week.