Opposition CNRP picks Kem Sokha as new party president and names three vice presidents.
The country’s leader calls Ko Ni’s murder ‘a deep loss.’
Protestors want the government to take back the identification cards.
Instead, they want to hold discussions with government representatives about a ‘new path to peace.’
Conviction adds to controversy over use of the social media platform that has become a force in the country,
The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party prepares to restructure its leadership.
Tep Vanny receives a stiff sentence while appeals court denies bail to the ‘Kem Sokha Five.’
Opposition party leaders say they are seeking a peaceful transition, while Western governments decry new party-busting law.
Food and other supplies will be distributed to ethnic Rakhine people and Rohingya Muslims in three townships.
Protesters want China’s Wanbao Mining Copper Ltd. Company to give them 1,900 acres in restitution for lost crops.
The group’s findings are different from those in a UN report on violence against Rohingya villagers.
The Cambodian Senate is expected to follow the National Assembly in approving the sweeping changes.
Kim Sok is being held in Phnom Penh’s notorious Prey Sar prison for comments he made in an interview with RFA.
The United Nationalities Federal Council has yet to accept the invitation from the country’s de facto leader.
A rightwing political party has been putting up billboards across Jammu city asking refugees to leave.
Social and political commentator Kim Sok says he needs time to find an attorney.
The country’s newly appointed national security advisor says the situation there has now stabilized.
Chinese are crossing the border and growing crops in the Man Waing Gyi area of Mansi township.
Police and the military are on the lookout for Aung Win Khaing for orchestrating the assassination of Ko Ni.
More than 1,400 tons of food and relief supplies are being delivered to refugee camps in southeastern Bangladesh.
Those involved in the illegal operation face punishment of one to seven years in prison and fines.
The group has questioned villagers about accusations of rape and other violence against Rohingya Muslims, but says no one can corroborate the accounts.
George Edgar’s statement comes as the main opposition party reorganizes and the National Assembly prepares to alter the law on political parties.
The Nautical Aliya is carrying relief supplies for Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar.
The opposition politician doesn’t want to give Hun Sen ammunition as the prime minister trains his sights on the opposition.
Thirteen other Rohingyas are standing trial for their parts in deadly raids on border guard posts in northern Rakhine state.
The owner of the small mine where the accident occurred was among the dead, a local official says.
The body is investigating U.N. allegations of human rights violations by security forces in northern Rakhine state.
Security video from a Chevron station in Phnom Penh may show who actually shot the popular government critic.
The news comes as the military forms its own inquiry board to look into U.N. allegations of ‘ethnic cleansing.’