Interior Ministry officials said the CNRP’s promotion of Kem Sokha to party president and three officials to vice president violated internal party rules, issuing vague threats of legal consequences that could potentially imperil the standing of the opposition party’s candidates ahead of June commune elections.
Former opposition leader Sam Rainsy’s hopes of having energy giant Chevron release surveillance footage of political analyst Kem Ley’s murder at one of its gas stations dissipated on Friday as the company said all the recordings were in the hands of the Cambodian authorities.
A former soldier was sentenced to life in prison yesterday for gunning down Kem Ley as the government critic was sitting down for his morning newspapers at his favorite convenience store cafe in July.
South Korea donated 222 military and civilian vehicles, as well as mechanical equipment and spare parts, to the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF) at a ceremony attended by Defense Minister Tea Banh in Kompong Speu province on Thursday.
An official in the Interior Ministry’s anti-economic crime department has been jailed for corruption for illicit taking money from some 100 businesses in Phnom Penh, the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) said. A colleague is being sought for related charges.
During a bail hearing on Friday for Ny Chakrya, a former rights worker and senior election official who has been jailed for 330 days, a prosecutor chided his lawyer for bringing up the “Black Monday” campaign, which the government had deemed illegal.
Defender of the disabled, champion of the common man, upholder of social justice: meet the new face of the ruling party, carrying on many of its old themes.
After one worker was killed and seven were injured by an exploded steam generator at a factory that makes clothes for U.S.-based jeans giant Levi’s in Phnom Penh on Wednesday, workers were given the week off as repairs were made.
A long-running land dispute between 175 Koh Kong farmers and two sugarcane firms accused of stealing their land came a step closer to conclusion on Thursday after 73 of the farming families accepted compensation, a government official
A member of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s cabinet suggested that well-known activist Tep Vanny drop the appeal against her intentional violence conviction if she wants a shortened sentence or royal pardon, according to fellow activists.
Six Cambodian men arrested for clearing state-owned land on Koh Rong, Cambodia’s second-largest island off the coast of Preah Sihanouk province, have claimed they were hired to do the work by a third party, officials said.
From scavenging on a dumpsite to dreaming of becoming the next Slipknot, Doch Chkae are the embodiment of a budding craze for Khmer metal
Armed only with the tools for musical composition, addicted teens in remote Ratanakkiri create songs—and perhaps a future without drugs
For a university student jailed over his call for a ‘color revolution,’ 18 months in prison only served as a training ground to refine his political activism
In a letter that began circulating online Monday, King Norodom Sihamoni calls for Cambodians to head to local polls in June and vote for whomever they please without fear, just days after leaving the signing of highly controversial legal changes to Senate President Say Chhum.
The body of Deputy Prime Minister Sok An, one of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s most trusted allies, was cremated in front of dignitaries, monks and hometown admirers in an elaborate, if modestly attended, ceremony at Phnom Penh’s Wat Botum Park on Sunday morning.
The ruling CPP doubled down on Tuesday on its decision to cap interest rates on microfinance loans as a way to help the poor get out of debt, even as analysts called it a political move that would have long-term negative effects on the rural economy.