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Prime Minister Hun Sen Sends Another Warning To CNRP Supporters

The prime minster was speaking at a development strategy event in Phnom Penh and even mocked Sam Rainsy, saying he was too cowardly to return to Cambodia.

Cambodia’s targeting of opposition activists matters to Australia

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.

Cambodian exiled opposition leader wants a peaceful people’s movement

Exiled Cambodian opposition party leader Sam Rainsy, who was prevented by Thai Airways from boarding a flight to Cambodia from Paris, spoke to RFI a short while before attempting to catch his plane.

Cambodia opposition figure not giving up on bid to get home

Following her release, 65-year-old Mu Sochua says she will still seek to return to Cambodia by traveling overland through Thailand.

Security Forces Fortify Border Town ahead of Sam Rainsy’s Return

The extreme security measures have made But Pov’s husband, Kat Buny, anxious and reluctant to speak to the media. He is worried any comments can be misconstrued by the authorities, who have characterized Sam Rainsy’s return as an attempted coup.

Cambodia holds its breath as opposition chief vows return on independence day

'This may be the first time and the last time that you see me alive as a free man,' Cambodian opposition figure Sam Rainsy says in a video before a risky attempt to return home

U.S. warns Asean that Cambodia exiles face torture if sent back

The U.S. has warned the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) that Cambodian dissidents attempting to return home to restore democracy to the authoritarian state could face torture, if forcibly handed over to officials.

Malaysia, Thailand criticized for preventing Cambodian politicians from returning home

The United States on Friday expressed concern over Cambodia's crackdown on opposition to authoritarian leader Hun Sen, which has seen dozens of activists arrested and opposition leaders abroad prevented from returning.

UN human rights expert alarmed at rise in Cambodia arrests

A UN human rights expert is calling on the Cambodian Government to respect its citizens’ rights of freedom of opinion, expression and assembly, amid concerns over escalating tensions and a political crackdown across the country.

In self-imposed exile, Cambodia’s opposition leader makes bid to return home

Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy plans to return to Cambodia today after two years of self-imposed exile in France.

US ‘deeply concerned’ by Cambodia’s suppression of opposition

Hun Sen rival Sam Rainsy boards plane to undisclosed destination.

U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo Urged by House Members to Act for Cambodians

Five U.S. Congressmen want Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to urge the Cambodian government to “uphold Cambodia’s constructional commitment to principles of liberal multi-party democracy.”

Exiled Cambodian Sam Rainsy has vowed to meet machine guns and lead a revolution

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Border on alert against Sam Rainsy’s planned return to Cambodia

Security authorities along the border with Cambodia remain on alert for political instigators despite Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy being prevented from boarding a flight to Bangkok for his promised return to challenge Cambodian strongman Hun Sen.

Cambodia’s Sam Rainsy faces hurdles as he attempts to return home

Exiled opposition leader was barred from boarding a Thai Airways flight to Bangkok on Thursday afternoon.

U.S. Concerned at Cambodia Crackdown as Neighbors’ Cooperation Decried

The United States on Friday expressed concern over Cambodia's crackdown on opposition to authoritarian leader Hun Sen, which has seen dozens of activists arrested and opposition leaders abroad preventing from returning.

Sam Rainsy: Cambodian opposition leader turned away at Paris check-in

Cambodia's self-exiled opposition leader - who vowed to return home this weekend - has said he was barred from checking-in for a flight from Paris.

Mu Sochua Released From Detention in Malaysia

CNRP vice-president Mu Sochua confirmed on Thursday evening that she has been released from detention at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Opposition Leaders in Limbo as Obstacles to Planned Cambodia Return Mount

The plans of Cambodian opposition party leader Sam Rainsy and another top party official remained in limbo Thursday after the two were blocked from traveling to locations in neighboring countries they hoped to use as springboards for a return home from self-imposed exile this weekend.

Cambodia’s political exiles sit in limbo as Phnom Penh strong-arms regional neighbours

Malaysia has released three Cambodian political exiles it detained this week at the request of Phnom Penh, while the country's opposition leader has been prevented from boarding a flight to Bangkok from Paris — thwarting their attempt to go back home.


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NagaWorld to partially reopen as workers await financial support

NagaWorld is set to partially reopen this week after Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that casinos nationwide may restart operations, but only some of its staff will return to work with thousands still demanding emergency funding support.