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Annual Water Festival tempered by tight security and threats of war.
Brother Tung wants his orphanage to be a model showing how Cambodians and ethnic Vietnamese people can peacefully coexist.
Finding justice for the "crime of crimes" is an arduous and fickle affair. Genocide inevitably reaches from the corridors of power, where vested interests will do their best to mitigate culpability, to the traumatized lowest rungs of society.
A new book illustrates the risk one Cambodian family took to keep valued photographs out of the Khmer Rouge's clutches.
Some university graduates pump petrol or deliver parcels while others leave to work abroad.
Like some other elderly cadres, 76-year-old grandmother seeks solace in God's forgiveness but refuses to repent for past crimes.
Spying on voters is an important tool of Beijing's foreign policy as elections loom across the region.
Strongman Prime Minister Hun Sen has weaponized social media to target critics through vague incitement laws.
Bonus dispute and looming loss of EU trade preferences increase worries for 700,000 workers.
The scale of Beijing's investment onslaught is leaving a bitter aftertaste.
Banteay Prieb training center offers a fresh start to people who face discrimination and isolation.
Families are torn apart as more Cambodians seek better-paying jobs across the border in Thailand.