The UN’s top human rights envoy for Cambodia has condemned the massacre of ethnic Vietnamese and others last month in Kompong Chhnang province and said political parties using anti-Vietnamese rhetoric share responsibility for such attacks.
Two days before the closing of party registration for elections, only nine of the 44 eligible parties have applied and the Sam Rainsy Party is asking for the deadline to be extended.
Spokesmen for the government and for Second Prime Minister Hun Sen denied Monday that the premier has backed off of support for an international tribunal to try Khmer Rouge leaders.
Second Prime Minister Hun Sen named five military officials Monday to negotiate the reintegration of forces loyal to deposed prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh back into RCAF.
Two classically trained actors—one Japanese, one British—brought their special brand of cross-cultural theatrical experience to Cambodia on Sunday.
Second Prime Minister Hun Sen refused to say on Sunday whether he believed Pol Pot was dead. Instead, he said the most important issue was whether the Khmer Rouge would continue to survive as a political force.
A series of alleged hijackings of Thai trawlers by Cambodian troops has spurred a pledge by a Thai regional governor to protest to Cambodian officials, The Bangkok Post reported Thursday.
The National United Front has set a deadline of May 18 for the government to meet four conditions it says are necessary for free and fair elections.
The Son Sann Party threatened Monday to pull out of upcoming elections unless an arrest is made in a deadly grenade attack on a Takeo party activist’s home.
Sok An, a top CPP official and close aide to Second Prime Minister Hun Sen, on Monday warned the nation that the Khmer Rouge are not yet finished.