Aung San Suu Kyi says the government is determined to bring about positive change in Rakhine state and other areas affected by conflict.
The opposition leader’s comments come amid signs of a thaw in frosty relations with Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Acting leader Kem Sokha says the opposition will show up for committee work beginning Wednesday.
It abandons a plan to give partial control of five departments to local governments following the leaking of a letter about the change.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s health is stable, but she needs to rest, a government spokesman says.
KIO spokesman says more fighting is expected in government drive to disarm ethnic armies, during early stage of national peace talks.
Police have yet to arrest a suspect in the grisly murder in Tboung Khmum province.
As the legal battles rage and elections approach, it’s unclear if the political armistice for the Pchum Ben holiday means anything.
The office asks the Ministry of Home Affairs to provide protection to the citizen journalist who first reported the incident.
They say the country’s human rights commission has failed to ensure that the perpetrators are punished.
Cambodian Center for Human Rights finds rape, rejection, job discrimination and abuse by police are rampant.
Pailin province officials demand for a witness likely runs afoul of election laws.
The Natural Fruit Co. sued Andy Hall over a survey of workers that was published online.
Authorities target illegally built mosques, religious school buildings and houses.
While opposition party lawmakers intend to return, they want changes to Hun Sen’s cabinet.
The prime minister and Cambodian People’s Party leader threatens retaliation for protests.
The government has undertaken several measures to woo investors to help boost the economy and advance the country's democratic transition.
Job losses, safety issues and law violations cited as the reasons migrant workers are repatriated.
The business sector welcomes the move, while civil society organizations and others express apprehension.
As registration proceeds, there are reports that the military may be attempting to put ineligible soldiers on local voter rolls
The move is expected to make it easier for American companies to invest in and trade with the Southeast Asian nation.
Concern over the government's court actions against opponents and Kem Sokha's murder investigation spark rebuke.
U.S. President Barack Obama will discuss whether remaining economic sanctions against Myanmar should be lifted.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party demands ‘political normalcy’ in defiance of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s crackdown threat.
The CNRP leader calls the conviction an example of the legal ‘double standard’ faced by opponents of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Bou Rachana responds to criticism by an Interior Ministry official who says she hasn't cooperated.
The meetings come a day after the former United Nations chief and other members of the body visited the troubled western state.
Ruling party lawmaker accuses Cambodia National Rescue Party of destroying democracy in the country.
A trip to the hospital brings new calls to release the jailed information chief from prison as CNRP leader Kem Sokha’s trial is set to begin.
The Arakan National Party leads demonstrations objecting to the appointment of former U.N. chief Kofi Annan and two other foreigners to the panel.