In 17 years, Cambodian authorities have failed to find a single suspect in a grenade attack on an opposition rally that killed 16 people and wounded more than 100 others.
The Ministry of Interior has released a report, claiming $72 million in public and private damages, including to 95 different factories, from labor demonstrations.
Cambodia's Floating Villages Face Uncertain Future
Thai satellite photos have revealed more possible debris from the missing Malaysian jetliner, but the search for the plane was again hampered by bad weather.
Om Yentieng, head of the Anti-Corruption Unit, told VOA Khmer there is not enough evidence to charge anyone.
The Court of Appeals on Monday denied the release of 21 labor activists who have been detained since brutal demonstration crackdowns in January.
In southern Thailand, some 200 unidentified Muslim migrants seeking resettlement in Turkey are being held by Thai authorities.
Petroleum diesel is widely used in Cambodia, particularly in heavy trucks and vans, but also in many older cars.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court says it will open a case filed by ousted residents of a Phnom Penh community within the next three weeks. But residents of the Borei Keila neighborhood say they have little faith the court.
The Cambodia search entails 80 naval and army personnel and includes flights over Cambodian land and sea.
At least some political analysts and rights workers say the recent mob killing of a Vietnamese man should be a call to the government to reform its immigration policies.
Preap Kol said the best way to defeat the practice is for Cambodians to live “in dignity” in their daily lives.