Representatives from Coca-Cola and Pepsi both said in emails to VOA Khmer that they are not aware of sugar in their supply chain supplied by rights violators.
A prominent human rights expert says that the ruling Cambodian People's Party’s recent move to add people from the security forces into its Central Committee creates “a huge conflict of national interest.”
Freedom House says Cambodia is part of a growing, worrying trend worldwide.
Cambodia’s political system will likely undergo a period of gradual evolution toward more inclusiveness before it can reach an eventual transition of power, Sebastian Strangio, author of “Hun Sen’s Cambodia,” says.
UN officials have urged Cambodia to abide by international conventions and give the asylum seekers fair hearings.
The number of children held by Australia has fallen sharply since the conservatives came to power in September 2013.
A local rights worker told VOA Khmer in an interview that the four asylum seekers were under the care of an undisclosed NGO.
Victims injured in the shooting say that nearly three years after the incident, they don’t expect Chhouk Bandith will ever be arrested or imprisoned.
With Prime Minister Hun Sen holding on to power for 30 years, the region will have a new leader where those who want to stay long in power can turn to for a lesson, analyst says.
The Future Forum group will research policy choices and “major issues” to help Cambodia’s leaders make important decisions, Ou Virak told “Hello VOA” Monday.
Winning the inaugural VXW Award means the women will get assistance to further promote their efforts on smartphones and online.
A coalition of local rights and democracy groups says it is concerned over potential election reforms that will ban them from talking to media outlets during election periods.