CNRP activists slam the public servant for exclusively acting in Prime Minister Hun Sen’s interests.
Meanwhile, weeks have passed since a union leader filed an appeal in his sentence for ‘incitement.’
While authorities appear to have eased some restrictions, activists say they are afraid for their safety.
Amplified broadcasts listened to in group gatherings are 'disturbing the neighbors,' local authorities say.
The appeals court will first rule on the pursuit of pornography charges, ruling later on a reinvestigation of charges of espionage.
Witnesses say Keo Chetra was angry that his noodle order was taking too long.
Critics say the treaty is unconstitutional because it draws upon agreements made under Vietnamese occupation.
Moving to the English capital has allowed Hun Chantha to overhaul her public persona from “klepto-brat” into respectable socialite.
Villagers say local authorities close down Cambodian mines while letting Chinese firms continue to pollute.
A tourism association official says Chinese nationals travel in large groups, sharing guides and drivers.
They have no powers of arrest, though, and only 'coordinate' with their counterparts in Cambodia, a national police spokesperson says.
Rights groups say the amendments were also adopted without an inclusive consultative process.
Josep Borrell calls for ‘immediate action’ on a process of national reconciliation through dialogue.
Three Chinese arrested in a failed ransom plot.
The government wants the EU to both maintain tariff-free market access and butt out of its affairs.
Unclear definitions and a lack of key components undermine the proposed legislation, they say.
Cambodia’s deadline to respond to EU report falls on Thursday.
The government calls the men key contributors to peace and development in Cambodia.
Hun Sen counters that rights have improved under his rule … since the days of the Khmer Rouge.
Kem Sokha’s legal team had requested that his charges be dropped citing a lack of evidence.
The incident brings to 13 the number of CNRP members assaulted since August.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs says they are involved in treasonous acts.
Many holding the coveted title abuse their power, claiming unfair advantage in business deals or engaging in illegal logging.
The moves comes two days after a ruling that the former political opposition leader must stand trial.
Meanwhile, police in Tbong Khmum province arrest five Chinese nationals for kidnapping and torture.
A rights group accuses police of a ‘double standard’ that only benefits supporters of the ruling party.
Decision comes after opposition leader’s legal team appeals to have all charges dropped.
But he avoids any mention of Trump's insistence on democratic reforms as a condition for better bilateral relations.
Victims gambled on borrowed money, so their lenders detained them demanding their families to repay.
But he fails to mention Trump’s urging that Cambodia now return to ‘the path of democracy.’