The suit stems from a Facebook post that accused Prime Minister Hun Sen of offering a young political operative $1 million to attack the opposition.
The conflict which has left at least 86 dead and an estimated 66,000 people fleeing into Bangladesh.
During Barack Obama’s eight years as US president he left his mark across the world, including on Cambodia.
Defense Ministry spokesman says Angkor Sentinel exercise had to be postponed because Cambodian forces would be unable to fully participate as a result of two important events.
Initiated by Plan International Cambodia and local partnerships, Yeun Jas Primary School in Yeun village, Kak commune, was built in 2015 by local residents.
Hun Sen also apologized to reporters who had not been issued invitations to the event, including US-funded outlets such as VOA and Radio Free Asia.
The release of a video of the incident on social media prompted uproar and mockery as it seemed to show Puthy’s car stationary when the officer fell to the ground.
Asia’s booming tourism industry, a key force driving the region’s economies, has triggered calls for governments to boost investments in vital infrastructure.
Rights group warns over tighter government controls on internet, rights curbs through sedition laws; blasts Philippines on drug war.
Obama visited Cambodia in late 2012 to attend an Asean summit, while Michelle visited Siem Reap in 2015 to promote her educational program “Let Girls Learn”.
Some 84 families of Khmer Rouge veterans are preparing to march through Phnom Penh to deliver petitions calling for land titles to be granted for their farms.
In 2000, Suy Senglim met a French journalist who inspired in him a passion for photography. To put this new-found passion to good use, since 2012 he began to capture images of Cambodia’s vast variety of birdlife.