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The closing of one bloody chapter in Cambodia’s history does not mark the end...

In a prison known as S-21, more than 12,000 Cambodian men, women and children were tortured and killed, some of the two million people who died under the Khmer Rouge between 1975 to 1979.

Canadian journalist Zsombor Peter, facing criminal charge in Cambodia, urges Ottawa to denounce case

A Canadian journalist who was charged two years ago with incitement to commit a felony while covering an election campaign in Cambodia says he wants to know why the Canadian government has not publicly denounced the case as the trial moves ahead for Christmas Day.

Trial for Canadian journalist charged in Cambodia is postponed

A Canadian journalist who was charged two years ago in Cambodia says justice has been delayed even further after his trial, which was scheduled for Christmas Day, was postponed.

Cambodia hits back at criticism of ‘flawed’ election

Cambodia wakes to another chapter of rule by strongman Prime Minister Hun Sen, a day after his party declared victory in a general election that rights groups said was neither free nor fair.

The world must pay attention to Cambodia

Cambodia was where the “peace through social engineering” model of international intervention, later adopted in Iraq and Afghanistan, was first tried in the early 1990s.

As Cambodia’s Hun Sen consolidates power, resistance rests in hands of opposition leaders in...

Kem Samathida struggles to find comedic relief when she refers to herself as a “wanderer of the world.” But what the self-imposed Cambodian exile really means when she says she can’t return to Phnom Penh is that she fears she might end up like her father: sitting in a jail cell for the past 11 months awaiting trial over charges of treason.