Nhim Sokhorn
Sam Rainsy walks with his wife Tioulong Saumura while holding a suitcase and his passport, in this photograph posted to Sam Rainsy's Facebook page.

47 Airlines Warned of Prosecution if They Fly Rainsy Into Cambodia

Nearly 50 airlines have been warned that they could face criminal prosecution if they carry Sam Rainsy and other senior opposition officials into Cambodia, the Civil Aviation Secretariat has said, while Rainsy on Monday again vowed to return to the country this weekend.

The scene where former CNRP provincial councilor Sam Bopha fell off a police motorbike while being escorted for questioning in Svay Rieng province on October 30, 2019, from a video posted to the Facebook page of former CNRP provincial executive committee chairman Mao Vibol.

Family of Deceased CNRP Activist Calls for Justice

The family of a former opposition activist who died after falling off a police motorbike on the way to being questioned has demanded that the officers take responsibility for her death.

A Cintri worker in Phnom Penh (VOD file photo)

Trash Collector Cintri to Lose Monopoly in Phnom Penh

Waste collection firm Cintri, which holds a monopoly in the capital and has faced controversy in recent years over alleged poor service and working conditions, will temporarily be put under state control, with trash collection in Phnom Penh divided over four companies, Prime Minister Hun Sen announced on Tuesday.

Hungarian President Janos Ader and Prime Minister Hun Sen shake hands during a state visit to Hungary on October 15, 2019, in a photo posted to Hun Sen’s Facebook page.

Hun Sen Asks Hungary to Support Cambodia in EBA Review

On the second stop of his European tour, Prime Minister Hun Sen again asked his hosts for support in retaining trade preferences as the E.U. reviews its “Everything But Arms” deal with Cambodia over alleged violations of political and human rights.