FILE - A protester shouts slogans during a rally against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in Tokyo, Tuesday, April 22, 2014.
The three activists are Sun Mala, 23, co-founder of Mother Nature Cambodia; Try Sovikea, 24; and Sim Samnang, 26.
The figure is lower than the $160 unions had negotiated for, a wage they said was necessary to keep up with the rising cost of living.
In recent years, online news in Cambodia has increased, while the audience for online news websites and social media continues to grow.
Increase of nearly 10 percent was more than manufacturers wanted but far less than workers unions were seeking.
The resource center has been in operation since 2005, offering research facilities free of charge.
The delay came just one hour into the hearing, with no new date scheduled, after court officials failed to download documents to build their case.
The refugees, both ethnic Rohingya from Myanmar, will come as part of a contentious deal with Australia, which has refused to take in the asylum seekers.
In Cambodia, government officials rarely respond to allegations of corruption, which is thought to be widespread at all levels of government.
More than 800 indigenous people in Mondulkiri province are seeking to oust the provincial governor, who is accused of violating the rights of the ethnic minority.
Rights groups say the government has failed to give compensation and prevent the victims of forced evictions from being dragged into poverty.
Khieu Kanharith was appointed to be the minister of information in 2003, having served as secretary of state at the ministry since 1993.
With help from other advocacy groups and nongovernmental organizations, the Prey Lang Community Network was officially formed in 2007.
Rising incomes, booming tourism industry boost demand for organic vegetables.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will lower trading barriers and set commercial rules for 40 percent of the world economy.
Although education in Cambodia is slowly improving, the well-regarded education minister has been in the job just two years and has a mammoth task ahead.
Extreme poverty in parts of Cambodia has forced many to seek illegal work in other Southeast Asian countries.
There are questions whether the reclusive country is really looking at the possibility of opening up to the world.
Sen. Hong Sok Hour, who holds French citizenship, has been detained since August and is facing charges of incitement and treason.
Chhang Youk says the center needs at least two years to properly document and file the archive, after which it will be available to researchers.
Sourn Serey Ratha had been accused of leading an anti-government movement and had been on the lam abroad since 2013.