The long-awaited trial of the 23 men arrested during strike demonstrations in early January began this morning at 8 am at Phnom Penh Municipal Court and is proceeding into the afternoon.
The president of Cambodia's largest worker union is appealing conditions of his bail, which comes with a $25,000 bond and forbids him from holding public gatherings.
Anonymous Cambodia has pledged to attract more followers and ramp up attacks on government websites in response to the arrest earlier this month of two members of the international “hacktivist” group’s local arm.
Senior Cambodian People’s Party figures who have been at the forefront of negotiations with the opposition party yesterday offered lukewarm responses to the prospect of restarting talks that would bring an end to the opposition’s se
Cambodia has yet to decide whether it will agree to a controversial request to resettle refugees from Australia’s offshore detention centres, the interior minister said yesterday.
A Vietnamese woman was charged yesterday over allegations that she supplied a teenager, also from Vietnam, to be used as a prostitute by Chinese businessmen in hotels in Phnom Penh.
Prosecutors at the Khmer Rouge tribunal are requesting that alleged acts of sexual violence be added to the investigation in government-opposed Case 004.
A 26-year-old woman accused of attacking her sleeping husband with acid on Tuesday in Banteay Meanchey will be the third person tried under the Acid Law, a court official and NGO said yesterday.
Medical students who vowed on Sunday to boycott the first government-ordered national exams under claims of discrimination backtracked on their threats yesterday.
Ancient ironwork at a site in Preah Vihear province that predates the civilisation of Angkor will fall within a new national park formed by royal decree last week.