A feud between the eldest daughter of CNRP Vice President Kem Sokha and a teenage opposition activist who shot to fame during last year’s election has once again come to a head with claims the student activist is being used in a new effort to split the opposition.
Australia’s foreign affairs minister thanked Prime Minister Hun Sen over the weekend for agreeing to resettle refugees seeking asylum in Australia, and stressed that the transfers would be on a voluntary basis.
Months after announcing the resignation of its founder and promising to start afresh to continue its “vital work” protecting vulnerable girls in Cambodia, the U.S.-based Somaly Mam Foundation announced Saturday that it has ceased operations, telling supporters to turn to other organizations to help the fight against sex trafficking and slavery.
The body of a 27-year-old moneylender who went missing in Siem Reap City was found in the Siem Reap River on Friday morning, local police said Sunday.
The Ministry of Environment has canceled 11 economic land concessions granted to companies that it says have failed to develop the land per their agreements with the government, the ministry announced on Friday.
Local branches of the CNRP and CPP in Banteay Meanchey province have been feuding since Wednesday over whether the opposition party should be allowed to plant a promotional sign in the ground above a storm drain.