The former country director of prominent child-protection NGO Action Pour Les Enfants (APLE) was charged yesterday by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court over allegations that he sexually assaulted at least nine residents at an orphanage he ran in 2013
The UN refugee agency yesterday rejected claims from the Interior Ministry that it knows 10 Montagnards hoping to be assessed for asylum are not legitimate refugees.
In a move seemingly incongruent with the government’s plans to offer clemency to a number of female inmates on International Women’s Day on Sunday, a local rights group announced yesterday that new restrictions introduced by authorities have force
Areng Valley inhabitants opposed to the proposed dam construction say their fight will not cease after the deportation of Mother Nature co-founder Alejandro Gonzalez-Davidson.
Khmer Rouge tribunal legal communications officer Lars Olsen explains how new charges can be laid at the ECCC without consensus among judges.
His visa has expired and the government wont renew it but dogged environmental activist Alejandro Gonzalez-Davidson says he's going no where.
A former photographer for the Khmer Rouge regime at the infamous S-21 torture facility says he believes the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts’ decision to ban him from selling his book directly to tourists at the former prison is due to
Prime Minister Hun Sen said the Council of Ministers would review and pass the Industrial Development Policy 2015-2025 today, setting out a roadmap that aims to boost investment and broaden the Kingdom’s manufacturing base.
Long-time senior Funcinpec figure Nhek Bun Chhay yesterday warned the embattled royalist party could split yet again if an ongoing dispute between his and recently returned party president Prince Norodom Ranarridh’s factions is not resol
Sometimes, you have to feel sorry for Sam Allardyce. Other times, he doesn’t make it easy for you. Take this quote from 2010: “I would be more suited to Internazionale or Real Madrid.
Hot-blooded men, a damsel’s affection and likely some truly horrific music were the brew that led to violence outside a capital nightclub on Tuesday.
In a hidden alcove at Wat Lanka, some 100 ornate funeral urns have been left unclaimed for more than 40 years. Now, after being rediscovered, they could be reunited with their owners.
Areng Valley inhabitants opposed to the proposed dam construction say their fight will not cease after the deportation of Mother Nature co-founder Alejandro Gonzalez-Davids