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The Cambodian government continues to persecute members of the opposition who criticise its corrupt policies.
The charges are linked to former CNRP president Sam Rainsy’s unsuccessful attempt to return to the country in 2019.
Singer Cher has helped rescue Kaavan, ‘the world’s loneliest elephant’, from decades of captivity.
A global effort helped bring the ‘world’s loneliest elephant’ to a new home with 600 other pachyderms.
Only 34 defendants showed up, with many in exile, convinced they would not get a fair hearing.
The CNRP has been outlawed, its leaders jailed and exiled, functionaries targeted, but it continues to survive.
Meet Magawa, the hero rat awarded a gold medal for his “lifesaving bravery” detecting landmines in Cambodia.
Elderly residents and small children clung to inflatable tyres as soldiers and police used rope lines to bring them to safety beyond rising floodwater in Cambodia’s western province of Battambang, which is expected to worsen on Sunday.
But Prime Minister Hun Sen's eldest son will need to gain the trust of Cambodian voters to complete his ascend to power.
Scientists believe they are getting closer to finding a way to prevent the next epidemic.
The last COVID-19 patient, a 36-year-old woman from Banteay Meanchey, has been discharged from a hospital in Phnom Penh.
Archaeologists also found several other ancient artefacts at the site of a small temple within the World Heritage site.
Critics say system of dams that China built deprived millions of people from Southeast Asia of their livelihood.
From an antifascist granny, to a forest protector, to a former prisoner-turned-pastor, meet people pushing for change.
Government spokesperson admits overcrowding in prisons as health experts urge precautions to stop spread of coronavirus.
At least four people remain in detention while 12 were released after apologising to the government.
3,000 Cambodian and Chinese troops join 19-day military exercises seen as a gesture of solidarity amid health emergency.
Malaysia declares woman from ship docked in Cambodia virus free amid anger over Hun Sen decision to welcome passengers.
Blood tests taken from some passengers, who were unwell when ship arrived in Cambodian waters on Thursday, tested negative.
There are no confirmed coronavirus cases on board, but everyone is being tested before they can disembark.