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The group has gone to extraordinary lengths to try and protect their identities amid a crackdown.
Cambodian authorities photographed many of their 2 million victims. These portraits, recently colourised, humanise that tragedy.
To fill up the Tonle Sap lake, its river reverses course twice a year. But droughts and dams appear to have stilled the unique phenomenon.
Rats are often associated with disease, sewage and trash, but the viral story of a brave rodent in Cambodia has changed mindsets overnight.
New research found that gibbons alter their behavior in the presence of tourists, which could lead to weakened immune systems that make them susceptible to infection.
The “Ting Mong” scarecrows are not just for birds, but spirits and ghosts too.
Different species of turtle are under threat or endangered across Southeast Asia.
Women in Cambodia have taken to social media to protest a proposed law that would police women’s clothing in the name of keeping “public order.”
Prime Minister Hun Sen promotes a carefully curated everyman image, but his wrist tells a different story.
Besides public intimidation, the authoritarian regime has also arrested at least 39 people for spreading “fake news” about the coronavirus.
On June 3, self-exiled Thai activist Wanchalearm Satsaksit posted a scathing video on Facebook lambasting Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha.
Overcrowding in Cambodia’s prisons has long been a problem. During a pandemic, it’s a ticking time bomb.
The ruling party uses the memory of the Khmer Rouge for political gain – by constantly reminding Cambodians to pay homage to the politicians who helped end the killings.
For the Kreung ethnic minority living in Cambodia, the practice of building “maiden huts" allowed young women to experience courtship on their own terms—and sometimes led to true love and lasting marriages.
On July 17, Choung Choungy posted a video to Facebook ahead of Cambodia’s elections this Sunday. A lawyer who has represented many of Cambodia’s opposition officials, Choungy wanted to make clear to his followers that the country’s constitution enshrines a right to free speech, and that those using social media to boycott the election were not breaking any laws.
A California court ruled Monday that Facebook must turn over information about how it works with Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, the popular strongman accused of using his Facebook popularity to push state propaganda and silence opposition voices.