The Supreme Court appeal hearing for Oeuth Ang has been delayed.
The Supreme Court appeal hearing for Oeuth Ang, the man convicted for gunning down political analyst Kem Ley in 2016, has been delayed.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court drops breach of trust charges against Moeun Tola.
Grassroots Democratic Party marches in the capital during its first major camping rally.
Supreme Court upholds lower court decisions to imprison political analyst Kim Sok.
The Supreme Court upheld a previous court decision to imprison political analyst Kim Sok for 18 months.
Appeal Court hears the case of soldier sentenced to life in prison for slaying Kem Ley.
The Appeal Court on Friday heard the case of a former soldier sentenced to life in prison for slaying prominent political analyst Kem Ley.
The Ministry of Labour is providing a lawyer for Moeun Tola.
Labour Ministry asks to drop charges against labour rights defender Moeun Tola.
The Khmer United Party holds its first congress in Tram Kak district, the home of slain political analyst Kem Ley.
Appeal Court postpones hearing the case of a former soldier who slayed Kem Ley.
The Khmer United Party announces its support for and joined the activity of the CNRM.
The founders of the proposed Kem Ley Party have changed its name to the Khmer United Party.
Bou Rachana announces she will continue her social activism for “genuine democracy”.
The Prime Minister dropped a bombshell while speaking to Cambodians in Sydney, Australia, on March 16.
Prime Minister Hun Sen will attend the Asean-Australia Special Summit this week.
Founders of the proposed Kem Ley Party will discuss changing the party’s name.
Mr Kem Ley’s wife announces that she refused to support the new party.
The Ministry of Interior has denied a request from the brother of slain political analyst Kem Ley to form a new political party.
Appeal Court verdict convicted former senator Thak Lany in absentia for accusing PM of ordering the assassination of Kem Ley.
Slain political analyst Kem Ley’s younger brother has decided to form a political party.
As stated by Rithysith, one of slain political analyst Kem Ley’s younger brothers, he has decided to form a political party.
The wife and children of slain political analyst Kem Ley have arrived in Melbourne, Australia, after staying in Thailand.
The wife and children of slain political analyst Kem Ley have arrived in Melbourne, Australia.
Over 30 civil organisations call to drop charges against three NGO leaders over the handling of funds for Kem Ley’s funeral ceremony.
3 Members of the funeral committee for slain Kem Ley are charged with breach of trust.
Phnom Penh Court sentences a woman to a year in prison for accusing PM of being behind the murder of Kem Ley.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court sentenced a woman to one year in prison and a fine one million riel (about $250) for allegedly accusing Prime Minister Hun Sen and his family of being behind the murder of Kem Ley.