Labor leaders say the draft law to regulate unions is not meant to help workers at all, but will instead prevent fair wages and proper conditions in factories.
The embassy also suspected that local non-profit AFESIP which operates shelters in Cambodia for victims of sex trafficking, and which Somaly Mam co-founded in 1996 had "mismanaged" its funding.
Labor Ministry officials said Friday that a draft law, which could be wrapped up soon, will help support union organization.
The defendants, two Cambodians and two Chinese, will face fines, but no jail time, for allegedly running three clinics without a license.
In Cambodia a dive team trained with U.S. State Department funding to remove unexploded ordinance from rivers and waterways has successfully completed its first mission. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
The Middle Eastern country is to host the World Cup in 2022, opening a potential labor opportunity for Cambodian workers.
The conference aims to help Cambodian students prepare for Asean integration at the end of this year.
Battambang province was the site of a major HIV outbreak earlier this year, due to the reuse of infected needles by an unlicensed doctor.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court this week continued hearings of a group of six political activists accused of inciting violence in a demonstration in July 2014.
Diplomats, including the US ambassador, have called on the government to make the draft public and to have more discussion before it is finalized.
Some 200 laborers, who ferry goods across the Thai border and back, demonstrated at the Poipet checkpoint, demanding that customs officers there drop fees and other charges.
He told reporters on Sunday that Sam Rainsy is not to be trusted and that his political dialogue with the CPP should be watched carefully.