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‘Democracy is dead in Cambodia’: deputy opposition leader speaks out

For Mu Sochua, life in exile is a series of airports and interviews. This week, she is in New Zealand. Next week, Canada, where she will again be welcomed by Cambodian expatriate communities.

Rumours of demise exaggerated says Phnom Penh Post chief executive

The chief executive of Cambodia's oldest independent news outlet, Marcus Holmes, says the Phnom Penh Post is not in danger of closing down, despite reports to the contrary.

Australian killed in landmine blast in Cambodia

An Australian and a Cambodian were killed when a landmine detonated during a military training exercise west of Phnom Penh on Thursday, police say.

A small school in Cambodia is showing entrepreneurship can be taught

Growing up in the Cambodian province of Kampong Cham, Marady Heang’s ambitions were limited.

Hun Sen’s Cambodia slides even further into dictatorship

Cambodia’s ruling party has drawn-up a five-year plan that critics say will entrench the dictatorship of strongman Hun Sen through intimidation, harassment and arrests.

Cambodian court rejects bail for opposition leader

A Cambodian court on Thursday rejected a plea for bail by detained opposition leader Kem Sokha, following his arrest last year on charges of seeking to overthrow the government.

Canberra must act to get Australian James Ricketson out of jail in Cambodia

James Ricketson, the Australian filmmaker accused of spying in Cambodia, has little chance of getting a fair trial in the country's politically rigged, chaotic and corrupt courts.

Cambodian court refuses Australian bail over ‘spying’ allegations

Cambodia's Supreme Court has rejected a bid by accused Australian spy James Ricketson to be released on bail from one of Cambodia's harshest jails.

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Preserving The Victims’ Clothes At Tuol Sleng

The memory of the Khmer Rouge's many torture victims is being kept alive through a special conservation project. Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum holds the clothes of thousands who were killed in the Cambodian genocide in the late 1970's.

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