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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.
Cambodian government describes Rainsy’s call an attempted coup and is threatening to jail anyone who supports it for up to 30 years.
Dams, low rainfall and changing climate blamed for decline in river's fortunes amid worries about crucial food supply.
Tourists volunteering in Cambodian orphanages may be unwittingly fuelling an industry that exploits children for profit.
Rights group calls for dropping of charges and release of Nuth Pich, a member of the dissolved opposition party.
Accusations of human rights abuse by the Cambodian government may force the end of a preferential trade agreement.
101 East investigates how illegal loggers are plundering some of Cambodia's last remaining forests.
The two were arrested in a late night raid during 2017 political crackdown and accused of spying for the US.
Cambodian villagers accuse Thailand's biggest sugar company of stealing their land, something the company denies.
Lax regulation, bribery and corruption put lives at risk in China-fuelled development of once-sleepy Sihanoukville town.