The government will look into accounts of a group operating in Rakhine state.
Those who qualify under the 1982 citizenship law may be given residency.
Prime Minister Hun Sen's government says the move is in the interest of 'peace.'
They are among more than 20 convicted this week over the March violence.
A newspaper has collected nearly US$2,000 from the public for information on Chhouk Bandith's whereabouts.
The government says the country has the right to decide its own future.
The government prods Sam Rainsy to write to Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The campaigner and two others are sentenced by a court in Shwebo.
Nearly 700 are still on trial for their role in clashes between Buddhist and Muslim communities.
The Nationalities Brotherhood Federation holds its second major meeting in weeks.
A police spokesman says the opposition leader has to serve his sentences.
Sam Rainsy says he is aware of the 'risks' he faces on his return.
The government-appointed group says the bill ignores their recommendations.
A rights group says Chhouk Bandith is in hiding in Mondulkiri a week after his sentencing.
The speaker of the Upper House threatens to throw the bloc out for not voting on draft laws.
A Cambodian opposition group seeks a case through the International Criminal Court.
The speech follows a massive outcry over a foreign article on a radical Buddhist monk.
The KIO has selected the members of a team that will be working with the Myanmar government’s peace committee.