Interior Ministry: “No deaths, but two people were injured and they have recovered.”
Police stopped four local journalists for attempting to extort $500 from villagers.
Authorities block an NGO from holding a public forum for “not obtaining permission”.
Authorities deny accusations of hiring villagers to cut the forest on Vietnam border.
About 50 people representing 520 villagers request pensions from the government.
Police hand over 5 bombs to the Cambodian Mine Action Centre for destruction.
Court releases 8 villagers arrested in the wake of a violent clash with authorities last week.
An Irrawaddy dolphin is found dead in Stung Treng, near the border of Laos.
Ministry of Health produces a short video warning of consuming rice wine.
Authorities in Kratie, where villagers violently clashed with mixed forces deny that anyone was killed in the confrontation.
Hundreds of villagers gather to hold a ceremony to oust evil from their village, believing a bad spirit was making them sick.
Nearly 200 villagers in a land dispute violently clashed with police in Kratie province.
Two villagers among 200 are injured when they confronted with about 100 officials in Snuol.
About 100 residents gather to protest and block a road to demand a resolution to end their land dispute.
There is usually a hive of activity in villages on the outskirts of Battambang city where families make traditional products such as rice paper, dried banana, and rice noodles.
Nearly 50 villagers representing 50 families who live in Por Senchey went to the Ministry of Land Management to protest.
The Tonle Sap Lake is not only one of the biggest bodies of inland water in Asia, it’s also home to more than 10,000 people who live on its waters.
More than 100 fireworks exploded in Prey Veng’s Kampong Trabek district on Sunday evening, but no one was injured.
300 villagers who are locked in a land dispute gather in front of the provincial hall.
Authorities arrest three people accused of inciting villagers to occupy state land.