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Catholic teacher Garry Mulroy has been freed from a Cambodian jail on appeal and has vowed to fight his conviction for indecently assaulting six children, claiming he was the victim of a racket to extort up to US$100,000.
Prominent TV reporter Koy Piseth was attacked and killed while riding his motorbike.
Big protests in Phnom Penh have been rare ever since the main opposition party was banned from competing in the 2018 election, which resulted in the long-ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) winning every seat contested in the National Assembly.
A prominent Cambodian television journalist was reportedly killed in Phnom Penh in the early hours of Sept. 29 when he was attacked from behind while on his motorbike.
The idea that a prime minister or president would leak stories about one news organization to another is almost unheard of. It’s the type of job best left to the underlings but not in Cambodia, where one news portal has cited Prime Minister Hun Sen as its leak.
Lawyer slams 'unjust' verdict on CNRP members who posted online support for leader Sam Rainsy's return.
US politicians accuse Cambodia of arbitrary arrests of activists and dissenters.
Cambodian authorities accused of cover-up after claiming there is no evidence he was snatched in Phnom Penh.
Beijing says the move is an act of repression and violates sovereignty
Restrictions apply despite the country's low number of Covid-19 cases.
Women carry food during the Pchum Ben festival (Festival of Death) at a pagoda in Phnom Penh on Sept. 10. (Photo: Tang Chhin Sothy/AFP)
Ministry's call for legal action follows more protests in support of arrested trade unionist
A senior Cambodian official has told a national conference that the world is going to collapse if the US-China trade war leads to the elimination of Chinese apps from App Store and Play Store.
Concerns over 'special treatment' for Chinese as six disappear after positive tests.
Concerns mount as Covid-19 cases spike among incoming passengers.
Cambodian genocide survivor denies allegations of fraud and sexually abusing children
Thousands remain stranded as coronavirus case numbers creep up.
With international support, the country plans to be free of land mines by 2025.
Children aged under five in poor countries are most at risk as contagion takes its toll.
Mekong River Commission chief calls for stronger regional collaboration to address problems .