Concerns mounts over fragile path to elections in wake of shock political maneuver.
Observers say the surprising announcement has completely upended the prospects for incumbent Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to retain power — which he seized in a military coup in 2014.
Patent application, which is still pending, was submitted by British and Japan pharmaceutical firms, for what opponents of claim say is effectively an attempt to copyright raw extract of cannabis that they argue should not be considered 'invention'.
Teen who fears her family will kill her to have asylum claim assessed by UNHCR.
Advocates of the drug say legislation cuts out private sector
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's moves toward former allies infuriate coalition partners.
Lawyers stall removal orders as dozens more are sent back
Controversial Agreement Expires and Observers Don’t Think It’s Coming Back
Panel attacks myth of sustainable hydropower after the catastrophic collapse of an auxiliary dam in southern Laos
EU trade sanctions would cripple the economy if Hun Sen refuses democratic demands.
Pressure on Myanmar to try perpetrators of atrocities moves closer to home.
Singapore Trade data shows $15 billion of exports to Cambodia over five years, conflicting with local records.
Officials sought INTERPOL intervention to investigate illegal timber smuggling.
Terminated Cambodian workers want big brands to pressure their supplier.
Embarrassing revelation comes as Mekong countries meet to debate the new project.
A series of interviews intended to clear name of embattled tax chief Kong Vibol has raised further questions about his business dealings at home and abroad.
Kem Sokha, who faces controversial treason charges, has been released on bail due to poor health and following international outcry, but will remain under house arrest.
Controversial verdict for James Ricketson follows a trial in which prosecutors failed to even identify the country he was allegedly spying for.
A verdict in James Ricketson's trial has been delayed, but two journalists accused of espionage were released on bail, and four jailed land rights activists were pardoned.