A recovering drug user with HIV died 10 days after he walked out of Prey Speu detention center in Phnom Penh, a death an NGO worker attributed to his being denied access to medication and methadone treatment while he was locked up for more than a month.
Four Adhoc officials will remain in prison after the Court of Appeal on Wednesday upheld a decision handed down last month to lengthen their yearlong provisional detention by six more months, officials said.
Two of the country’s biggest garment workers’ unions have asked the government to make factories give their workers three days of paid leave and provide loans for travel expenses to allow them to return to their hometowns to vote in the upcoming local elections.
The ruling party filed 15 complaints to commune election committees against the opposition for minor campaign infractions, compared to five from the CNRP, during the first four days of the election campaign, the National Election Committee (NEC) said on Wednesday, with half already settled through compromise.
A Cambodian man slated to be deported from the U.S. in March before being granted an emergency stay of removal continues to face deportation to Cambodia, even after a judge recently decided to halt his repatriation, his sister said this week.
Three men were arrested on Wednesday after masked gunmen sprayed bullets through a Forestry Administration office in Kompong Chhnang province—killing one and injuring three—in what a police official said may have been a hit ordered by a disgruntled wood trader.
Critics who say the CNRP’s commune election platform is unrealistic should look to the ruling party’s implementation of lowered electricity costs, and salary hikes for civil servants and soldiers, issues the opposition championed during the 2013 national election, CNRP President Kem Sokha said on Wednesday.
Despite recent growth in online job postings, low-skilled workers in Cambodia are largely being omitted from the shifting market, leaving them with few avenues to find opportunities around the country, industry experts said.
I’ve been a monk for 15 years and I’ve stayed here [at this pagoda] for six years. I like the education of prayer, and I like preserving [Cambodian Buddhist] culture.
Cambodians deported from the US are being sent to a country where many have never lived, leading them to examine their concept of home and self-identity
A rare politician, Keat Chhon retained favor with several regimes over a career spanning more than 50 years, through some of Cambodia’s most stormy times
From being down on his luck as a conned and homeless traveler, Shuhei Murakami now celebrates the good times two turbulent years later
A video has emerged on Vietnamese television of Montagnards making “confessions,” just weeks after a rights group claimed the returned refugees had been forced by the Hanoi government to take part in such interviews.
The bodies of four U.N. peacekeepers killed during an ambush in Central African Republic (CAR) earlier this month were repatriated last night, with Prime Minister Hun Sen and senior government officials presiding over a memorial at Phnom Penh International Airport.
Cannibalism, children smashed against trees and massacres of Cham Muslims while they prayed to Allah are some of the horrors recounted in the closing brief of civil party supporting evidence in the prosecution of Khmer Rouge second-in-command Nuon Chea and former head of state Khieu Samphan.