Judges in the Kem Sokha trial admitted a new piece of evidence presented by the prosecution last week and again said that the trial was nearing its end.
The Ratanakiri Provincial Court has dropped forest-clearing charges against four indigenous forestry activists after a crime was not found, according to a rights group supporting the activists.
A Taiwanese man came to Cambodia to try to get his stepson out of forced labor in Koh Kong’s Union Development Group concession, but complications arose after the father reported the case to local authorities.
Prime Minister Hun Sen argued with unnamed critics during a university graduation speech on Tuesday about the transfer of power to his son and the creation of a Vietnamese language department at the Royal University of Phnom Penh.
NagaWorld workers protested outside both casino complexes in Phnom Penh on Tuesday, with one worker saying the free passage they had been given in the past week could end when a visiting U.N. official departs Cambodia.
Candlelight Party commune officials in Prey Veng’s Svay Antor district said ruling party chiefs are not assigning them any work.
Upon resigning from their positions in a minor opposition party, six former leaders of the Cambodian National Love Party were appointed as advisers to the Telecommunications Ministry.
A mines department worker has accused Stung Treng’s military police chief Ieng Vandy of bullying him, confiscating his motorbike and detaining him overnight when he delivered a document to him — not the first time Vandy has faced a complaint of illegal detention or violence.
The website of human rights group Licadho was temporarily hacked, while the three Kampong Thom military police officers have been charged with manslaughter for a death in custody.
More than 30 former CNRP leaders and activists face another trial for plotting charges related to the failed return attempt of party vice president Mu Sochua in 2020.
Indigenous Jarai and Tampoun communities in Ratanakiri are urging authorities to return nearly 1,000 hectares of land from a rubber plantation that they say continues to operate on a revoked part of a concession.
More than 300 construction workers gathered in protest against a subcontractor at the Booyoung Town development on Monday, saying the subcontractor was late in paying their salaries after stopping site work.
Vietnamese officials are seeking more information and urging cooperation from Cambodia after around 40 people, one of whom was found dead in the river, escaped from a Kandal casino and fled across the border.
Two prime ministerial bodyguards who moonlight as social media pundits are being discharged over their broadcasts, one for drunken antics in a bid to boost viewership and the other for criticizing Phnom Tamao deforestation.
Interior Ministry statistics show a 63% drop in human trafficking cases for the first half of this year, even amid mounting reports of trafficking and forced labor of foreign nationals at scam operations in Cambodia.
The Appeal Court upheld the conviction of nine people from two activist groups and the disbanded CNRP, who were convicted for incitement for their participation in protests following the arrest of prominent unionist Rong Chhun.
The Philippine Embassy in Cambodia requested Cambodian authorities rescue four people trapped in a compound in Koh Kong’s controversial Union Development Group project, according to an official letter confirmed by Cambodian police.
China Nationalist Party lawmakers in Taiwan have asked their government to do more to assist citizens trapped in scam operations in Cambodia, as rising reports of trafficking and forced labor push local legislators and governments to act across the region.
In an apparent mass escape, dozens of people rushed through the gates of a border casino compound in Kandal’s Koh Thom district on Thursday morning, jumped into the Binh Ghi river and swam to Vietnam.
In 2011, Seng Yean was convicted of bribery and sentenced to jailtime that he never served. Now he wants a clean slate.
Land Minister Chea Sophara on Wednesday warned people living near Angkor Wat not to protest an ongoing order to demolish what his ministry has deemed illegally built structures that affect the beauty of the temple area.
Though the Kampong Speu provincial governor has promised to demarcate the boundaries of the contested Metta forest of Oral district, residents say loggers have continued to clear-cut the vanishing woodland.
Participants from some lesser-known Cambodian indigenous groups are learning filmmaking in Phnom Penh to document their cultures, but much of their traditions are already obscured.
The Labor Ministry on Wednesday proposed a compensation plan for former workers of the defunct Canteran Apparel garment factory after Prime Minister Hun Sen urged officials to find a solution for the labor dispute.
The Candlelight Party politician asked for the release on bail of 23 individuals, characterizing their arrests as political cases.
Police arrested five Chinese nationals in a raid that hauled nearly a ton of ketamine from three different locations.
He worked for the current Bangkok governor and was photographed with an ousted Thai premier and a current Phnom Penh deputy governor. Missing since 2020, Wanchalearm Satsaksit also helped other Thai dissidents flee to Cambodia. But his associates have sought to erase all ties.
Political party leader Nhek Bun Chhay has inducted a slew of new members into his party who had defected from the floundering Cambodia National Love Party and the defunct Khmer Power Party.
The prosecution submitted a new audio clip of a former CNRP lawmaker to bolster their case against opposition leader Kem Sokha, with his defense team saying the development shows the case was faltering for lack of material to support the treason charges.
Preah Sihanouk provincial authorities arrested four people for alleged illegal construction of huts within an area of Stung Hav district owned by the company that runs the Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone.