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101 East investigates the growing criminal underbelly of a new Chinese casino empire in Cambodia.
Mekong River Commission will meet in Phnom Penh as dams and drought take toll on the once-mighty waterway.
Prisoners are mostly supporters of the Cambodia National Rescue Party, which was forcibly dissolved in 2017.
Development comes as concerns about human rights situation leave Cambodia's EU trade privileges in the balance.
Longtime leader says people who had been accused of plotting to overthrow the government should be released on bail.
Cambodia has been warned that it may lose its EU trade benefits due to its human rights and political freedoms record.
Sam Rainsy, who was prevented from entering Cambodia, urges country's powerful military to side with people.
Opposition leader Kem Sokha has been released from house arrest but the crackdown on dissent continues.
Court ruling lifts house arrest but forbids top opposition figure from conducting political activities and going abroad.
Exiled opposition leader was barred from boarding a Thai Airways flight to Bangkok on Thursday afternoon.
Cambodian opposition leaders from a banned political party are being prevented from returning home. They want to lead hundreds of supporters on Saturday against Prime Minister Hun Sen. Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports.
Mu Sochua and Sam Rainsy, the main opposition leader, were scheduled to return to Cambodia on Saturday.
The two detainees are members of the Cambodian National Rescue Party outlawed by Prime Minister Hun Sen's government.
Exiled opposition leader insists he will return as planned, from Paris through Thailand, despite increasing obstacles.
Many women could lose their jobs and turn to other industries, where they may be sexually exploited, warns a new report.
World Organisation for Animal Health says no country is immune from being hit by the deadly animal virus.
Thailand denied entry to Mu Sochua, raising doubts about plan for opposition leaders to take land route back home.
Anadolu report on Osman Karaca's arrest and deportation came as rights groups urged Cambodia to confirm his whereabouts.
Government of longtime leader Hun Sen claims Rainsy's return is a "coup", threatening long jail terms for supporters.
A two-year-old espionage case against two Cambodian journalists has been extended yet again, after a Phnom Penh judge on Thursday ordered a reinvestigation claiming there was not enough evidence for him to deliver a verdict.