Ratanakiri Court postpons the hearing of two former Cambodia Daily journalists.
Bernard Krisher, former publisher of The Cambodia Daily newspaper, dies in Tokyo.
Foreign Affairs Ministry has denied the accusation by The Cambodia Daily that the government closed its operation and bank account due to its criticism of the government.
Court tries a public defamation case against deputy publisher of Cambodia Daily.
Police arrested two former reporters with US-based Radio Free Asia over their installation of broadcasting equipment to allegedly report back to the agency’s office.
Lis Lim, 43-year-old, used to work as a guard for the Cambodia Daily until September, when the newspaper closed following a month-long battle over a $6 million back tax bill.
Radio Free Asia is closing its Phnom Penh office, telling staff their employment contracts are terminated with immediate effect.
The tax department freezes all accounts linked to NGOs established by Bernard Krisher.
The owner and publisher of the shuttered Cambodia Daily newspaper has issued a letter of apology to Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The tax department is filing a lawsuit against the the Cambodia Daily for defamation.
The US Embassy in Phnom Penh posts its reaction to the closure of the Cambodia Daily newspaper, which has ceased operations.
The General Department of Taxation is asking immigration police to prevent the publishers of the Cambodia Daily from leaving the country.
As a second generation journalist, I hate to see any newspapers close for the simple reason that people like me lose their jobs and readers lose the opportunity to hear a variety of views.
The Cambodia Daily will officially cease publication today after 24 years.
The Cambodia Daily announces that it will cease operations on Monday, after 25 years of publishing in Cambodia.
The publisher of Doeum Ampil news holds a meeting with the Cambodia Daily, which faces assets seizures and possible closure.
NDI has never been part of “civil society”. It was created by the US government, it is funded by the US government and it serves the US government.
Some analysts claim that laws are being used as political tools to silence critics ahead of next year’s national election.
Cambodia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations sends a scathing retort to the claim that press freedom is under attack.
The Cambodia Daily states press freedom is under attack and calls for an investigation into state officials leaking information.
The deputy publisher of the Cambodia Daily newspaper says the tax department’s stance is a politically motivated tactic.
The publisher of the Cambodia Daily newspaper is hitting back at the Finance Ministry’s tax department.
Voice of America and Radio Free Asia are the latest media outlets to come under government scrutiny over licences and tax.