A day after authorities carted away 11 protesters intending to camp out in front of the United States embassy, a similarly ad hoc group of citizens struggled to deliver petitions to three embassies in the capital yesterday.
Kandal provincial authorities and officials from multiple ministries are investigating the apparent theft of historical artefacts from a stupa at Oudong Mountain said to contain some remains of Buddha himself.
Thirty people locked in a land dispute with ruling party senator and sugar tycoon Ly Yong Phat received summonses yesterday to appear in Kampong Speu provincial court.
Cambodia hopes to legalise undercover investigative techniques – like covert surveillance and officers posing as criminals, which until now have fallen into a murky legal grey area – by next year.
A man facing defamation charges was questioned in Kandal Provincial Court yesterday following his comments in a report that alleged tycoon Try Pheap was illegally logging.
As expected, there was little agreement and much scepticism at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday as parties, the trial chamber and court administrators grappled over whether the trial chamber could create a second panel of judges t
Senior government ministers yesterday rejected the Cambodia National Rescue Party’s call for Cambodia to follow the lead of Thailand and take the country back to the polls.
Locals in Kampong Thom province’s Sandan district told visiting opposition leaders yesterday that their lands had been deforested and occupied by Vietnamese companies.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy has landed in hot water with women’s rights activists after publicly questioning whether Prime Minister Hun Sen was being “weaker than a woman” by not calling for a new election like Thai leader Yingluck
Two men operating a petrol truck plastered with Kampuchea Tela Co Ltd logos were detained in Pursat province on Tuesday after authorities discovered a cache of rosewood logs concealed inside the vehicle.