Hun Sen said he was “out of patience” with Laos, saying that Laos had failed to respond to a letter he sent on August 2 requesting the withdrawal of troops from Siem Pang.
Runner-up teams from Cambodia, India, Canada and the U.S. will receive $5,000 each.
Kim Sok, 36, accused Hun Sen's Cambodian People's Party (CPP) of being behind the July 2016 murder of government critic Kem Ley.
Tensions on the Korean peninsula have heightened since Trump said the North would be “met with fire and fury like the world has never seen” if it continued to threaten America.
Thousands of young women migrate from villages to Phnom Penh each year. Activists who lived through the experience say they need more support.
Mam Sonando blamed a lack of funding for the party’s failure but added that he would continue to be active in politics by giving lectures and making radio appearances.
The protest Tep Vanny helped lead was held to demand compensation for victims of forced eviction, but it turned violent when guards refused to allow protesters to deliver a petition.
Sentence is latest blow to Cambodia's opposition, which has accused the government of intimidating its activists and using the judiciary to silence critics.
Hun Sen said in a video posted on Facebook that he would meet Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to sign two deals worth about $240 million.
Villagers here in Siem Reap’s Chreav commune say they have no choice but to pay private firms to supply them power, which comes with a large markup.
Hun Sen, former Khmer Rouge commander who has dominated Cambodia for 32 years, has taken to sharing personal moments as rumors of ill health swirl a year before general elections.
According to a court report, Bun Chhay is alleged to have been involved in a 2007 amphetamine business operating on land he owned.