The former opposition members are due to have their cases heard Thursday and could face between seven and 20 years in prison if their convictions are not overturned.
Hun Sen defended the country relationship with China, saying other countries were “jealous” of Beijing’s rise.
Kay Kimsong was fired on Monday after representatives of the new owner ordered senior staff to remove an article about the sale from its website, claiming factual inaccuracies.
Bersih, a group promoting free and fair elections, says it has found "major irregularities'' in the electoral roll, including more than 2.1 million people without addresses.
"It’s never had an open opposition, it’s never been a multi-party country; that’s not a system that Cambodians are accustomed to. Not that some Cambodians wouldn’t want to have one, but they have not had one," David Chandler says.
Located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington DC, the Belmont-Paul National Monument and museum offers visitors a look back to an earlier time in American history. VOA Khmer'
Ten Soksreinith narrates.
A death. A coverup. An immigrant meets a terrible end in the Bronx.
On April 30, the National Election Committee announced it was opening registration for parties who wished to contest the July 29 vote.
Cambodian-American Chanda Choun Hopes His City’s Voters Give Him Chance to Serve.
The new deployment comes after two attacks on Cambodian peacekeepers in the past twelve months by guerrilla forces and militiamen in the host countries.
The May Day march on Tuesday was limited to a riverside space near the city’s landmark site of Wat Phnom and with a large security force presence.