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Cambodian dictator Hun Sen's tentacles reached out across ASEAN borders this week to stymie attempts by his political opponents to return to their homeland.
Chinese influence in Cambodia will keep growing despite efforts by exiled opposition leaders to return and seize control of the country's future, according to a leading Cambodia expert.
One of the most senior members of Cambodia's banned opposition party has been deported from Thailand, following a request from Hun Sen's government.
The woman hasn't moved for 20 minutes, and she hasn't made a sound.
The construction of a Chinese military base in Cambodia would allow the burgeoning superpower to project military power deep into south-east Asia and have direct implications for Australia, according to security experts.
Australia has warned a Chinese base in Cambodia would upend peace and stability in the region, as the superpower moves to use debt-laden developing nations to expand its military footprint.
Australian man Dino Rossetto will spend five years in a Cambodian jail for drug offences after the country's Supreme Court in Phnom Penh upheld his conviction.
She has run orphanages in Cambodia for decades, against huge odds. But in 2017, the Australian known as Big Mum faced her greatest fear – having to close down her operation.
A packed schedule looms for Melbourne Victory, with plenty of time spent on the road, including successive games against league leaders Perth Glory this Saturday and title challengers Sydney FC seven days later.
Australia's under-23 team could hardly have got off to a better start in their qualifiers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, thumping Cambodia 6-0 in their opening game in Phnom Penh in the early hours of Saturday morning.
National team boss Graham Arnold has challenged his Olyroo squad not just to get the job done when they take on the Keisuke Honda-coached Cambodia in Friday night's opening Olympic qualifier in Phnom Penh.
The Australian government is no longer providing consular assistance to convicted paedophile Trevor Lake, who is understood to have received a recent pardon from the Cambodian government and now faces imminent deportation back to Australia.
The closest legal gaming tables to Bangkok are a four-hour drive east, down a highway that leads to the Thai-Cambodian border.
A series of battles have convulsed Sydney's Cambodian community with allegations of violent monks, a fornicating vice abbot, rigged elections and spying at a Buddhist temple.
James Ricketson is back in Sydney after 15 months in a Phnom Penh prison on accusations of spying. But he has promised he will return to Cambodia.
With more than a thousand kilometres of shared border, and with centuries of overlapping history, Cambodia and Vietnam are not unlike two children from the same family.
A top Chinese government diplomat says foreigners should not interfere in Cambodia's internal affairs after an election was broadly criticised as being neither free nor fair.
Abdullah Zalghanah has made up his mind.
Cambodia's exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy has called for peaceful protests against the country's general election, calling it "a sham election with a foregone conclusion".
An Australian woman serving a 23-year prison sentence in Cambodia has achieved a stunning legal victory after her 2014 drug smuggling conviction was quashed by Cambodia’s Supreme Court.
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