Cambodian authorities tell opposition party, ‘Take down your signs’

The move comes amid ruling party concerns over the Candlelight Party's growing popularity ahead of local elections.

Foreign companies turn Cambodian mountain into gravel

Villagers living near Ta Kream Mountain say the government is failing to protect Cambodia’s natural resources.

Cambodia postpones first ASEAN meeting amid differences among member states

A government spokesman cites 'difficulties' for top diplomats to attend in-person retreat next week.

Striking Cambodian workers demand release of union leaders

NagaWorld employees will not join talks until their representatives are freed, they say.

Cambodia says trial of opposition leader Kem Sokha will go ahead

Former CNRP president was arrested in connection to an alleged plot to overthrow the government.

Cambodian union leaders arrested in casino labor dispute

US Embassy calls action ‘troubling’ and urges government to protect workers’ free speech.

Human rights activist arrives at Phnom Penh court dressed in Western suit

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