Looking at Myanmar now, should Cambodia learn from Myanmar or the reverse? This is a tricky question.
Hackers attack Myanmar government websites to protest against the military coup.
CPP slams CNRP for calling on people to adopt and practise the “three-finger salute”.
Government officials have said any protests in Cambodia regarding the recent bloodless military coup in Myanmar do not reflect the government’s position, as the Kingdom adheres to Asean’s principle of non-interference.
Myanmar’s deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi is hit with another charge.
Myanmar’s new military regime warned the public not to harbour fugitive political activists yesterday after issuing arrest warrants for veteran democracy campaigners supporting massive nationwide anti-coup protests.
Anti-coup protesters across Myanmar defied a new military ban on rallies.
Armed troops patrolled the capital of Naypyidaw, where Suu Kyi is detained.
Phnom Penh Court sentences 13 men and one woman for organizing a coup in 2018.
73 members of a “rebel group” are arrested over coup attempt: Report.
PM says the Kingdom managed to thwart a regime change attempt last year.
By any standards, the coup plot orchestrated by Sam Rainsy has failed. Those supporters, including some foreigners, who stand with Sam Rainsy have faced and will face consequences.
Foreign Affairs Ministry revoks the passports of 12 former opposition party officials.
Thuy Vy is charged with conspiracy for allegedly conspiring with Rainsy to stage a coup.
Security forces to intercept Rainsy if his plan to return on November 9 materialises.
As supporters of the former opposition party turn themselves in to police and condemn Sam Rainsy’s alleged coup plot.
Gen Banh orders the Army to prevent a coup allegedly being planned by Sam Rainsy.
PM devises a strategy to prevent a coup allegedly being planned by Sam Rainsy.
Interior Minister says that former opposition lawmaker Kong Bora has now defected to the ruling party.
Something needs to be done to avoid the worst: Preap Kol, executive director of Transparency International Cambodia.
Interior Minister encourages coup activists to turn themselves in to police.
A former opposition commune chief turns herself in to police.
Interior Minister defends the recent wave of arrests of people allegedly linked to a coup being planned by Sam Rainsy.
PM vows to cooperate with Thai authorities to arrest Rainsy’s supporters over a coup.
Confusion in Zimbabwe over when Mugabe’s body would be returned for burial, two years after he was toppled in a coup.
Army chief Lt. Gen. Macairog Alberto is confident that no coup d’etat would be mounted because soldiers are “satisfied” with the leadership of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Wednesday security forces had foiled an opposition coup attempt that included plans to assassinate him and other top political figures and install a jailed former military officer as president.
PM responds to two Facebook posts made by Sam Rainsy.
Thailand’s first general election’s results are still unclear.
Thai voters went to the polls in a a race that pits a military junta chief seeking to retain power against a “democratic front”.