Report draws ominous conclusions in areas such as civil, political, labor, social and cultural rights.
But Sam Rainsy said he is now scheduled to leave Malaysia for Indonesia Thursday morning.
Billions are at stake for Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government, increasing pressure on him to reverse democratic rollbacks.
Ambassador Patrick Murphy calls for an end to the charges against him and reconciliation in Cambodia.
Critics say the measure is a ploy to evade international condemnation and trade pressure.
Rainsy urges followers to "keep up the hope" for his campaign to return to Cambodia.
Despite developments that make entering via Thailand increasingly unlikely, the CNRP says its plans ‘have not changed.’
Sam Rainsy was blocked from boarding a flight to Thailand, while Mu Sochua was detained in Malaysia.
He cites obligations by members of ASEAN to refrain from meddling in the affairs of neighbors.
The London-based rights group also demands the immediate release of all political prisoners.
But the ruling party says members of the military won’t listen to his appeal and will instead arrest him.
The government says airline companies will face prosecution for participating in a ‘coup.’
Sam Rainsy vows to carry through plan to return from four years of exile on Nov. 9.
Sam Bopha had been detained following a ‘domestic abuse’ complaint her brother said was politically motivated.
Owners say the old casino will be torn down when the new one is built, a spokesman for the province says.
Khum Kan is taken away wearing only a sarong after returning home from work in the fields, his bedridden wife says.
Central authorities say the move is part of a bid to ‘maintain security, order, and peace.’
She had traveled to Bangkok to organize support for party chief Sam Rainsy’s return from exile.
Human Rights Watch says dozens of arrests in recent months indicate repression will continue.
He said that he also plans to ‘liberate’ CNRP President Kem Sokha, who is under de facto house arrest.
No evidence has been found so far that would support a conviction, a Cambodian rights group says.
A group of Buddhist monks and environmental activists calls for the demolition of a closed Chinese casino.
Activists are silently preparing for the planned repatriation next month, an opposition official says.
The ministry says the order is warranted because it concerns protecting the country from a ‘coup.’
Tea Banh’s comments come a day after the deputy prime minister said their return will cause war.
But a party official says the confession was forced and draws comparisons to tactics of the Khmer Rouge.
At least two of the three had voiced support for the return of CNRP chief Sam Rainsy next month.
Three dozen CNRP activists have been detained, while nearly 200 have faced interrogation since January.
He says no warrants are needed to arrest them if they return to the country as planned next month.
The three are the latest to face the accusations since the CNRP’s acting chief announced plans to return.