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More casualties by traffic accidents during Chinese New Year in Cambodia

On February 5, 2019, the first day of Chinese New Year, across Cambodia, road accidents have occurred 30 times, causing 19 deaths and 42 injuries.

Cambodia seeks opposition leader’s arrest

A spokesman for the ruling Cambodian People's Party has warned that "a third party" might kill opposition leader Sam Rainsy if he tries to return to Cambodia.

One of the A-League’s marquee signings has copped criticism for managing Cambodia’s national football...

Human Rights Watch has urged Japanese A-League star Keisuke Honda to reconsider his recent decision to coach Cambodia's national football team, as he is working with a figure they allege is linked to human rights concerns.

Aust refers Cambodia threat to authorities

A diaspora spokesman says Cambodian ruling party cronies should not be allowed to come and go freely into Australia.

UN warns of ‘climate of fear’ in Cambodia

A UN official has slammed the Cambodian government for "oppressing the opposition and silencing dissent".

‘Mafia hub’: Cambodian activist says corrupt elite drawn to Aust

The daughter of jailed Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha, has labelled Australia the "mafia hub" of Cambodia's corrupt elite and is urging the Federal Government to impose sanctions.

How China’s influence in Cambodia is growing

Cambodia's re-elected leader Hun Sen made headlines for defending his country's strengthening relationship with China, lashing out at opposition criticism of Chinese influence as “ignorant”.

Cambodians in Australia outraged over vote

Cambodians in Australia are expressing their outrage over a crackdown on the opposition and independent media by Prime Minister Hun Sen ahead of an election.

Did ASEAN protests seal the fate of an Australian filmmaker held in Cambodia?

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen's hardline comments on political prisoners could jeopardise the jailed Australian filmmaker James Ricketson's bid for freedom.

Dutton defends Cambodia refugee deal

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has played down the decision to grant a family of Cambodians asylum while a deal to send refugees from Nauru and Manus Island to Cambodia remains in place.