In its concluding observations adopted on Friday, the U.N. Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) decried ongoing harassment and discrimination against women in Cambodia.
Rainsy arrived in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, at about 4 p.m. Saturday, joining his deputy Mu Sochua. She had been detained at the airport on Thursday evening before being released on Friday
To avoid encounters with authorities, many of the country’s performers choose to tone down their lyrics.
Cambodian children face stunting, low education and child mortality, despite improvements in recent years, experts say ahead of Children's Day in Cambodia on Saturday.
Opposition activist thinks developments are part of long-term strategy by Prime Minister Hun Sen’s party to secure victory in elections scheduled for 2023
Having left Cambodia in October 2017, reporter Aun Pheap speaks to VOA about press freedom issues in the country.
Until now, independent Voice of Democracy had been published only in the Khmer language.
Reporters Without Borders downgrades Cambodia's world ranking ahead of World Press Freedom Day.
To help out with her parents’ debt, a 10-year-old child was working in a brick kiln factory.
Socha's supporters say his more than 18-month-long detention is illegal; but it is also galvanizing their efforts.
Critics say prime minister’s pledge to women, including garment factory workers, driven by fear of losing EU preferential trade agreement.