Qatar’s massive migrant workforce is still being exploited by employers: HRW.
Authorities say they were unaware of alleged abduction of Thai activist in Phnom Penh.
FFC responses to a HRW report criticising Honda and FFC President Sao Sokha.
Honda is rebuked by Human Rights Watch for taking on the role of General Manager of the Cambodian national team.
Human Rights Watch calls on the Thai government to immediately release Rott Mony.
A Justice Ministry official dismisses demands to release land rights activist Tep Vanny.
PM says the government would not investigate allegations made by US-based Human Rights Watch of military and police abuses.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday lashed out at Human Rights Watch director Brad Adams who accused 12 top military and police officials close to him of committing human rights violations to prop up his rule.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has lashed out at Human Rights Watch director Brad Adams that accused Cambodian 12 top military and police leaders of committing human rights violations.
Human Rights Watch issues a scathing report alleging that 12 army and police leaders close to PM have committed serious human rights violations.
The Defence Ministry has hit back at the US-based non-profit human right watchdog for accusing 12 senior Royal Cambodian Armed Forces and National Police officials close to Prime Minister Hun Sen of committing human rights abuses.
Sam Serey, president of the Khmer National Liberation Front, is sent back to Denmark after being arrested for overstaying.
Cambodian migrant fishermen in Thailand are still subject to forced labour.
Japan accepted just three refugees in the first half of 2017 despite receiving a record 8,561 fresh asylum applications.
World Cup 2022 host Qatar must urgently introduce laws to protect migrant labourers.
Myanmar is committing crimes against humanity, Human Rights Watch.
Tunisia passes a law to protect women against violence, including removing an article allowing a rapist to escape punishment if he marries his victim.
Further efforts to bring human traffickers to justice needed, rights groups say after trial in which 62 people were convicted.