The founder of a minor party was arrested and imprisoned after failing to show up for questioning for allegedly using forged documents while trying to register his party last year.
A judge continued to question Kem Sokha over procedures and result of the 2013 national election, as the treason trial completed the 38th hearing in the protracted criminal case.
Increasing development on Koh Dach, known in English as Silk Island, is breaking down the island community’s older roads with no clear plans yet to rebuild, residents say.
A former CNRP official sentenced for allegedly taking part in gatherings to support exiled leaders of the former opposition group on Wednesday morning appealed what he called an unfair conviction.
The minister released a letter last Friday asking government workers to be non-partisan and not conduct party activities during work hours.
Transport Minister Sun Chanthol said the expressway from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville was around 90 percent complete and would be ready in July.
About 100 people protested outside a commune hall in Svay Rieng’s Romeas Hak district, demanding a resolution to land they lost to a sugarcane company in 2010.
A wildlife protection group says it is concerned by potential plans to clear hundreds of hectares of forest in a wildlife sanctuary for development.
Five people from three activist groups were prevented from riding bicycles in Phnom Penh on Tuesday to commemorate the 10th death anniversary of prominent environmentalist Chut Wutty.
Only about 400 of an estimated 2,000 members of the embattled union have so far voted five days into a seven-day leadership election.
A Preah Sihanouk resident gave birth to a baby outside a public health facility after the couple were unable to reach any health officers at the empty center.
As NagaWorld workers protest their termination from the casino, union members and labor advocates in the garment sector say they too are facing union-busting with factories using the Covid-19 pandemic as cover to target them.
Candlelight Party candidates in Phnom Penh’s Prek Liep commune allege they were offered gifts, threatened and forced to sign an NEC complaint that led to the party’s disqualification from contesting the commune.
Twenty-four hours after he first made the suggestion, Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday said masks are no longer required when outside in all parts of the country.
Prime Minister Hun Sen wants health officials to consider relaxing mask mandates. The NEC released final commune registrations, with the CPP the only party to contest all 1,652 communes.
Environmentalist Chut Wutty was killed 10 years ago today, shot dead by a soldier in the Cardamom forest. The forest was being cleared by a company with high-level connections, including to the military. The area now contains large patches of cleared forest and a cascade of hydropower dams.
The reporters were purportedly investigating a motorbike seller for selling vehicles without tax certificates.
Friday marked the sixth negotiation meeting since the Phnom Penh casino workers’ union began to strike and demonstrate in December.
Kandal provincial authorities said two police officers were killed and another injured in a shoot-out during a drug bust in the province on Thursday.
“Not all people would pay attention. … Most people can say: It’s somewhere far away. … You’re giving us energy and motivation.” Photographer Vitalik Denys speaks from Ukraine on participating in an art auction tonight in Phnom Penh to raise funds for his country.
Two separate alleged murders happened within three days amid the New Year holiday in Siem Reap’s Prasat Trav village, involving a sorcerer killing and a domestic attack by a man said to have mental illness.
Unvaccinated travelers will only have to quarantine for one week, while the Tourism Ministry announced $275 million in New Year travel revenue.
Defense lawyers for treason-accused opposition leader Kem Sokha will ask foreign country representatives to appear in court and answer questions about allegations that Sokha conspired with foreign powers.
Retail at the facade of Angkor Wat is changing, as vendors transition from hawking at traditional shop stalls to an organized but stricter shopping center.
A group of convicted plotters appealed their sentences on Wednesday, arguing that an electronic device portrayed during their trial as a bomb detonator was insufficient evidence that they had violent plans.
A British man’s Cambodian wife said in court on Wednesday that her previous testimony accusing him of molesting their 13-year-old niece had been given out of jealousy and she now wanted justice for him.
A police official in Siem Reap province who is believed to have slipped into a crocodile pool when he got up in the middle of the night died from his injuries Tuesday afternoon, according to police.
A local police chief said the family’s claims of false evidence and political motivations were fabrications while family questions a Candlelight Party commune candidate’s fishery charges.
A leader in a Malaysian political party estimated there are more than 300 of her country’s citizens still trapped inside online scam operations in Cambodia, as recently rescued Malaysian nationals began returning home.
Cambodian National Heart Party founder Seam Pluk is at a “safe place” as police investigate forgery charges, while a land activist fled a death threat.