Develop Boeung Kak Art is working together with Phnom Penh Underground to throw the biggest, baddest art party Phnom Penh has ever seen. Anith Adilah Othman writes about what to expect in tomorrow’s artistic and entertaining gathering.
Boeung Kak Residents ask for a royal pardon to release jailed representative Tep Vanny.
The CNRM founded by former opposition leader Sam Rainsy, has urged people to stop drinking Vital Premium Water.
The Supreme Court upholds a lower court verdict against land activist Tep Vanny who was last year convicted of violence.
Boeung Kak was once the largest urban lake in Cambodia and was in the north of Phnom Penh with a vibrant community living on its edges. Then along came the developers.
The Court upheld the sentences of Boeung Kak activists, for insulting public officials.
Four Boeung Kak land rights activists will stand in front of the Supreme Court to appeal against accusations they insulted and obstructed public officials.
The Supreme Court plans to conduct a hearing on the case land rights activist Yorm Bopha.
A businessman is re-tried for issuing a bad $35,000 cheque to another businessman in 2015.
A senior Defence Ministry official says the United States has provided financial assistance to its own organisations and to NGOs to carry out anti-Cambodian government activities.
Civil society organisations are unable to mark World Habitat Day after City Hall refuses permission for them to gather.
UN Rapporteur for Human Rights in Cambodia Rhona Smith has promised to discuss jailed land activist Tep Vanny with the government.
Activists request UN and ASEAN embassies to campaign for the release of Tep Vanny.