PM warns that any former opposition party member could face arrest for insulting him.
The plaintiff hopes the judge would consider and offer a lenient sentence.
A 65-year-old man faces up to 15 years in prison over hacking his elderly father-in-law.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court has concluded its investigation into two criminal cases of incitement and insult against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today blasted some people who tried to insult him and the government in order to obtain political asylum in third countries.
Takhmao city police arrest four Khmer Muslims over beating a youth dead.
The Phnom Penh Court Prosecutor has issued a summons to former CNRP leader Sam Rainsy.
Police in Siem Reap arrest a senior citizen over the weekend for allegedly insulting the King on social media.
Hun Many requests taking measures against anyone who insulted King Norodom.
A high-profile Thai activist in jail vows to keep pressing his call for democracy.
Laos will help the Thai military government to track who insults the royal family.
Hun Manet writes that Hong Lim has insulted the Prime Minister’s supporters.
Freedom of opinion and expression is not the freedom to insult and defame the monarchy, writes Raoul Marc Jennar.
The Kratie Provincial Court is releasing on bail a man charged with incitement over a video clip of him insulting Hun Sen.