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A few families in Cambodia's southwest lead resistance effort against large resort including casino and golf courses.
Mekong Delta nations can solve their own problems, controversial leader says while defending Myanmar's government.
Kem Sokha of the dissolved CNRP placed under house arrest after more than a year in jail pending treason trial.
As Cambodian critics are targeted online, an offline forum provides space to discuss issues such as a cybercrime law.
Ruling party sweeps up all seats in parliament in last month's poll overshadowed by forced absence of viable opposition.
Independent media sites taken offline for 48 hours as Cambodians prepare to vote on Sunday in a controversial election.
Sunday's vote has been widely criticised as rural voters fear reprisals for going against Hun Sen's long-ruling CPP.
Cambodians will go to the polls on 29 July but these are clearly not free and fair elections.
Hun Sen, who has led the country for 33 years and is accused of eliminating the opposition, is expected to retain power.
Water from Laos' dam breach streams into neighbouring Cambodia with floodwaters reaching 11.5 metres in some areas.
Critics deride government's move to deploy 'fake' observers as opposition leaders call on voters to boycott.
Is corruption among Cambodia's ruling party elite reaching all the way to Australia?
A look at alleged corruption by Cambodia's elite as the ruling party cracks down on critics leading up to elections.
Move seen by rights groups as a bid to undermine democracy and to entrench the PM's power before this month's polls.
Remaining families view the dispute in Phnom Penh's Borei Keila as a battle for their rights and a battle between rich and poor.
Officials within the Grassroots Democracy Party are threatening to pull out of the national elections in July.
The price of pepper around the world has fallen and is forecast to stay low because of over-supply from Vietnam and India.
Response follows US move to cut aid for what White House called Southeast Asian country's recent democratic 'setbacks'.
Human rights groups have condemned Thailand for deporting a Cambodian woman who fled her country to avoid prosecution after a video shared on social media showed her throwing a shoe at an image of Prime Minister Hun Sen
With an election that's just five months away, Cambodia is at a tipping point. The government of Hun Sen, the world's longest-serving prime minister, is fearing the prospect of losing its parliamentary majority, after having been in power in various guises since 1979.