According to officials, more than 1,600 Cambodians died in road accidents in 2010.
Nearly three quarters of all the rapes involved girls under the age of 18.
The reporters killed include those who supported the opposition parties, as well as the pro-government newspaper Koh Santepheap.
Every year, thousands of Cambodians migrate to work abroad in places like Thailand or Malaysia.
The new penal code law, passed last year, has been made effective throughout the country since Nov. 12.
The law will require NGOs to provide financial reports and action plans to the government.
After the asylum seekers, were put on a plane and sent to China, Chinese leaders pledged $1.2 billion in aid to Cambodia.
Human rights activist Ou Virak says the organization lack the authority to summon anyone for questioning, unlike the government.
She has nine brothers and sisters, her parents and an aging grandmother—and few opportunities to help support them.
The rights group Licadho estimates there are 742 juveniles, including 29 girls, in the national prison system.
It is celebrated worldwide every Dec. 10 as Human Rights Day.