The CNRP launches a campaign calling for the immediate and unconditional release of its president Kem Sokha.
The term “regime change” is banded about, as if it is automatically bad. It need not be.
Kem Sokha’s lawyers will file a request to the Appeal Court warning that justice cannot be served unless their client is present for his bail hearing.
A CNRP commune chief is charged and jailed over intentional violence, threats and insults.
Former minister Chhang Song returns from California and speaks with Khmer Times.
The US issues a travel warning for Cambodia and has barred top Cambodian officials from non-diplomatic visits to America.
Authorities block the CNRP from holding a ceremony to commemorate the victims of the deadly 1997 grenade attack.
The CNRP are reaffirming its commitment to jailed leader Kem Sokha amid threats of dissolution from Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The National Assembly to allow the court to continue its treason case against Kem Sokha.
Opposition MPs are boycotting a National Assembly session to debate court proceedings on treason charges against Kem Sokha.
The National Assembly will hold a special session to debate whether to allow the court to proceed against Kem Sokha.
The Khmer Power Party elects a new president following the conviction of its former president for inciting soldiers to civil disobedience.
Four senior members of the CNRP are allegedly on a court blacklist for collusion.
Hun Sen defends the arrest of CNRP leader Kem Sokha on treason accusations, lashing out at the US and foreign critics.
Sam Rainsy stepped down as leader of the opposition to save the party, his replacement could face the same dilemma.
The Cambodia Chamber of Commerce moves to allay fears that turmoil will affect business.
CNRP leader Kem Sokha is due to appear in court following allegations of treason as Prime Minister Hun Sen steps up his attack on what he says is US interference.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on foreign countries not to interfere in Cambodia affairs and alleged the United States was helping the opposition.
Cambodia’s government on Sunday released a video which it said showed arrested opposition leader Kem Sokha talking about conspiring against the administration with US support.
Fresh News published a document showing opposition attempt to topple government.