Two women are charged with human trafficking by Kratie Provincial Court after they brought two women to China to become brides.
From making clothes and furniture in India to cooking, catering and even coding in the United States, such work opportunities are helping former slaves to rebuild their lives.
Prime Minister Hun Sen is urging Indonesia to help Cambodian migrant workers.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng renews his demand that officials close all unauthorised entry points to the country.
Zekarias Mesfin spent months making a movie about his dangerous illegal migration from Ethiopia – and when he arrived at the film’s premiere, he was in a coffin carried by six white-gloved pallbearers.
An alleged member of an organ trafficking ring is charged over a year-long kidney sale operation involving at least 10 victims.
Cambodia suffered several decades of war and civil unrest, which resulted in intergenerational trauma that has followed the country and its people.
More than 500 dead Cambodians have been repatriated from Thailand this year.
Large numbers of Vietnamese are trafficked abroad every year, risking enslavement in nail bars, cannabis farms, domestic servitude or prostitution.
The Tunisian navy rescues 98 Tunisians fleeing to Europe when their boat started to sink off Kerkenah.
Two human traffickers are sentenced to seven years in prison by Phnom Penh Court for trafficking 17 victims to China.
Ang Vong Vathana unveils a booklet to educate the public about adoption, claiming few understand how keep children safe.
At the Rajaji government hospital in Madurai, the first in Tamil Nadu to introduce the programme, laser beams at exit points trigger alarms if untagged adults take babies out.
General Prayut Chan-o-cha says that Thailand will help fund the construction of a drug rehab centre in Preah Sihanouk.
A woman is under arrest and charged for involvement with trafficking women.
As Thai society becomes more accepting of interracial marriages, some women view them as a way to better their economic status, the social development ministry says.
Meet the Kung Fu nuns – women from an age-old Buddhist sect who are using martial arts to challenge gender roles in this conservative culture and teach women self-defence.
Over 10 million people from across India will take part during the month-long march which will start from India’s southern-most tip Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu.
A Cambodian military officer says the Asean community is facing challenges of terrorism.
Agape International Mission formally apologises over its involvement with CNN.