On the night of Jan. 16, Kol Sat could not locate her husband even after contacting everyone she thought might know the whereabouts of Kong Mas.
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Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha has spent more than 18 month in detention, with other opposition leaders decrying his case as politically motivated.
Cambodia’s P.M. Hun Sen used crackdown on rights and a bogus election to tighten his grip on power and solidify one-party rule, Human Rights Watch said.
Cambodia’s Parliament passed legislation Thursday that could allow a five-year ban on political activity by some top opposition politicians to be lifted.
Thailand should not do Cambodia’s bidding by forcibly returning an outspoken activist who exposed police failures to stop abuses and child sex trafficking.
The Cambodian government’s revocation of a repressive regulation on NGOs should jump-start genuine efforts to repeal all laws that restrict basic rights.
Cambodia obliterate ban on main opposition party following threats by the European Union to deny duty-free trading access to the Southeast Asian nation.
Verdict hopefully brings some measure of justice to the victims, forty years after the unspeakable mass atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.
Cambodian official says Khmer rouge tribunals that convicted last two leaders of Khmer Rouge of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes is done.
A History of violence that accompany politics in the lives of some Cambodian Americans has negatively influenced their participation in US midterm elections