Thousands of protesters were on a collision course with authorities ahead of International Human Rights Day on Saturday, with Phnom Penh’s City Hall warning would-be marchers to celebrate their human rights at home.
The Dutch boyfriend of a Vietnamese national accused of torturing a toddler in disturbing videos that were leaked online this week was charged on Friday with concealing evidence and failing to report the abuse, court officials said.
An imprisoned opposition senator testified on Friday at the trial of opposition leader Sam Rainsy and two assistants that he had not contacted Mr. Rainsy before posting a video of a false border treaty onto the exiled CNRP president’s Facebook page.
Cambodia has suggested that Singapore turned a blind eye to sand smugglers—charges that the Singaporean government has yet to answer since they were leveled last month.
The death toll from methanol-tainted rice wine rose to 15 on Friday as two more men died after drinking it at funerals in Kompong Chhnang province, officials said.
Almost seven years after his arrest in Cambodia, American Erik Peeters was sentenced this week to 22 years in a U.S. prison for abusing Cambodian boys.
A man accused of fatally stabbing a female Defense Ministry official on the streets of Phnom Penh asked a judge on Friday to downgrade the charge against him as he was mentally ill and had watched too many violent movies.
The National Assembly’s anti-corruption commission has asked Suy Sem, the minister of mines and energy, to appear for questioning on December 15, as villagers in Koh Kong province cast doubt on government claims that it had temporarily banned sand mining there.
An American expatriate who fell into the Tonle Sap river while walking off a boat docked along Phnom Penh’s riverside on Wednesday night is believed to have drowned after his body remained missing on Thursday evening.
A lawyer who was charged with the attempted bribery of a judge said on Thursday that the money he tried to provide on behalf of his client was meant as bail—not a bribe.
Huy Vannak is a man of many hats—television news director, government official and a youth organizer for the ruling party. Is he the right man to guide Cambodian journalists to a better future?
A recently imposed ban on surrogacy imperils a couple’s dreams of having children of their own, and leaves two pregnant women in limbo.
Unlike so many, his words live on—in essays, poetry, a novel and a documentary film, “A Tomb for Khun Srun,” to be shown Saturday at the Institut Francais.
A Dutch national and two Cambodians were taken into police custody in Kompong Cham province on Tuesday over videos circulated on Facebook showing the physical abuse of a naked toddler, including torture with an electric prod, officials said.
Freedom Park, an area in central Phnom Penh set aside for public demonstrations, may be moved to the city’s northern outskirts, Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Tuesday, adding that the choice of the current location was a mistake from the outset.
If his opponents have learned anything in the past two decades, it’s that Prime Minister Hun Sen does not do favors. He makes deals, breaks deals and plays chess.