Obama unveiled a jobs bill in September in hopes of mitigating high unemployment in the wake of the financial crisis.
Mental trauma remains one of the main issues for Cambodia, a legacy of the Khmer Rouge and the country’s conflicts.
Protesters gathered in front of the court Tuesday morning, dressed in white, and displaying photographs of the Sept. 16 eviction.
At least 30,000 Cambodian women are employed as domestic workers in Malaysia.
Rights groups have been pressuring Phnom Penh for months to combat the abuse of Cambodian maids working in Malaysia.
The development company plans to build a $181 million plant capable of producing 135 megawatts of electricity in Preah Sihanouk.
About 20 of its 120 graduates, in the four-year journalism program, have gone on to pursue work as actual journalist
The fellows attended a one-week seminar in Washington in August before settling into US states based on their areas of interest.
Despite concerns, Lao officials are still pressing for construction.
At least 760 families in two of the capital’s districts are facing displacement.
The teachers, from 18 provinces, gathered at Freedom Park in the capital, the only sanctioned space for such demonstrations.
Many Cambodians believe they will be cursed by their ancestors if they are unable to pray at a pagoda during Pchum Ben.