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A Newspaper Is Sold, and Cambodians Fear the End of Press Freedom

A newspaper widely seen as the last bastion of a free press in Cambodia has been sold to a Malaysian investor with ties to Cambodia’s strongman prime minister, a move that critics say further highlights the country’s slide toward outright authoritarianism.

A People in Limbo, Many Living Entirely on the Water

The border between Vietnam and Cambodia, which divides the Mekong Delta, has occasioned more battles than nearly any other in Asia

The Former Khmer Rouge Slave Who Blew the Whistle on Wells Fargo

After Duke Tran escaped from slavery, but before he became a millionaire, he was a Wells Fargo employee.

Cambodia’s Ruler Dared Australians to Burn His Effigy, So They Did

But the Cambodian-born legislator has now done so twice in recent weeks, after finding himself at the center of an unfolding battle over free speech and the reach of Cambodia's authoritarian government into diaspora communities in Australia.

Embracing China, Facebook and Himself, Cambodia’s Ruler Digs In

As the sun rose over the murk of the Mekong River, the man who has ruled Cambodia for more than three decades, Prime Minister Hun Sen, clasped hands with the Chinese ambassador and beamed.

Deported, and Sticking Out: ‘This Ain’t Home. America’s My Home.’

It was fish for breakfast and fish for lunch and fish for dinner.

Fight Over Cambodian Leader’s Facebook ‘Likes’ Reaches a U.S. Court

One of Cambodia’s leading opposition figures has asked a federal court in California to force Facebook to reveal details of its dealings with Hun Sen, the country’s authoritarian prime minister, arguing that he has used the platform to manipulate public opinion and strengthen his hold on power.