Facebook users are shocked by a court battle between an 84-year-old matriarch and her 61-year-old daughter for control over prime location land in Sihanoukville.
At least 14 journalists have been killed in Cambodia since 1992, according to Reporters Without Borders.
In a speech in New York late last month, Cambodia’s defense minister, Tea Banh, said Cambodia was committed to internationalism, peace, and development.
Sum Moeun’s disappearance prompted concern from rights groups including Human Rights Watch, who suspected Moeun had “disappeared” by state security forces over his activism.
To help out with her parents’ debt, a 10-year-old child was working in a brick kiln factory.
A series of user arrests suggests the government of Prime Minister Hun Sen, an avid and adept Facebooker, is placing new limits on freedom of expression.
The report highlighted the crackdown on political dissent ahead of last year’s general election, including the use of the judiciary to dissolve the country’s main opposition party and jailing of its leader, Kem Sokha.
On March 8, 2018, about 150 police, soldiers and military police opened fire on hundreds of protesters who blocked a road in Kratie province protesting over a land dispute.
Yea Thong was released in August and died on February 14 of osteoporosis, leaving behind his wife and three children.
The greatest concentration of Muslims in China is in Xinjiang province, where some 10 million Uighurs live. VOA Khmer's Sou Pichchinda narrates.
Srun Sroan and Phay Bun Vannak, deputy governors of Preah Sihanouk province, were fired on Friday, according to a sub-decree signed by Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The shooting prompted a group of former opposition politicians to write an open letter to the EU outlining the events.