Analyst shot in daytime killing

Hun Sen with US Secretary of State John Kerry this year. The Cambodian strong man is increasingly under pressure. Source: Wikimedia A well-known Cambodian political scientist, known...

‘Killing Fields’ journalist, 82, dies

  April 17 1975, Khmer Rouge fighters celebrate as they enter Phnom Penh. Source: Flickr   The American journalist Sydney Schanberg, whose reporting inspired the Oscar-winning movie...

Cambodia opposition boss evades arrest

Kem Sokha (centre) meets Cambodia National Rescue Party MPs. Source: Flickr Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha remains defiant after spending a month living at his...

Scholars laud high-tech Khmer study

Thai mercenaries depicted in Angkor Wat. Later the Siamese would form their own kingdom and become a major rival of the Khmer Empire. Source:...

Cambodia killer admits burning westerners

Kaing Guek Eav. Source: Wikimedia The first member of the Cambodian Khmer Rouge to be jailed for the atrocities of the 1970s has admitted murdering...

Cambodia police raid opposition HQ

Kem Sokha (left) with Sam Rainsy. Source: Wikimedia Cambodia's opposition HQ has been raided and security personnel tried to arrest its deputy leader by ambushing...

Cambodia police raid opposition HQ

Kem Sokha (left) with Sam Rainsy. Source: Wikimedia Cambodia's opposition HQ has been raided and security personnel tried to arrest its deputy leader by ambushing...

Media told to call Hun Sen ‘lord’

"Lord Prime Minister and Supreme Military Commander” Hun Sen. Source: Flickr Cambodia's media has been threatened with legal action if it does not call Prime...

8 activists held in Cambodia

Kem Sokha, the Cambodia National Rescue Party's deputy leader. Source: Flickr Cambodia's police have arrested eight human rights activists, including two foreigners, in a crackdown...

Hun Sen under fire over activist arrests

The National Assembly in Phnom Penh. Source: Wikimedia Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen of being involved in the case...

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