James Ricketson says authorities have not given the defense any of the evidence collected against him.
US targets General Hing Bun Hieng, a member of the prime minister’s inner circle, ahead of election.
Media watchdogs nervous following mixed messages from new government.
The party of slain activist Kem Ley vows to win election.
New code of conduct for journalists forbids news that leads to 'loss of confidence' in the election.
PM Mahathir Mohamad makes no apologies as he prepares to tackle debt and institute changes.
Malaysian PM says leadership more complicated the second time around.
Investigations target former prime minister and long list of officials, companies, and institutions in multibillion dollar graft scandals.
Najib ousted, Anwar to be freed, as more than 60 years of one party rule ends.
The blossoming friendship between China and the Cambodian government has become so close that a Chinese majority-owned, Khmer Language television station has built studios directly inside the Ministry of Interior in Phnom Penh.
UN intervenes in case of asylum seeker trapped for more than a month in the arrival lounge.
Experts say region on cusp of an energy revolution as photovoltaic prices plummet.
The exhaustive study raises alarm about future hydro dams on the Mekong River.
Security force opened fire March 8 on hundreds of protesters in Kratie Province.
Australian state MP says he is taking the threat to federal authorities.
Survey by Cambodian Center for Independent Media finds that journalists are losing faith in the future of their craft.
Alarm raised that smuggling could destroy Cambodian export market.
A suite of legislative changes continue crackdown on dissent, observers say.
Killings highlight rampant illicit timber trade in REDD forest.
Deal between two nations under which hundreds of Cambodians were sent back from the US since 2002 fell apart last year when Phnom Penh reportedly stopped accepting returnees.