The head of the Cambodian Centre for Human Rights appears for questioning.
Prime Minister Hun Sen reiterates that he will rule the country for ten more years.
The Appeal Court denies bail to former CNRP leader Kem Sokha for the second time, leaving him jailed on treason charges.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has reiterated that he rules the country for 10 more years to eliminate the treasonous group who attempted to topple the government through a colour revolution.
The Appeal Court denied bail for the second time to former CNRP leader Kem Sokha.
Sam Rainsy has lost it. His repeated calls for Cambodians to boycott the July general election have largely fallen on deaf ears.
Investigating judge at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court, Ky Rithy, summoned eight more witnesses in the trial of jailed opposition leader Kem Sokha, who stands accused of treason.
The Cambodian Confederation of Unions calls on the government to release former CNRP leader Kem Sokha.
The Cambodian Confederation of Unions today calls on the government to release former CNRP leader Kem Sokha.
PM insists that Kem Sokha must remain in jail on treason charges.
The Supreme Court upholds two lower court decisions to extend the detention of CNRP president Kem Sokha.
Supreme Court will hold a hearing over the extended pre-trial detention of Sokha.
Sokha’s lawyer denies he met with his client last week, when Mr Sokha allegedly asked to secure negotiations with the government.
Appeal Court upholds the detention of Kem Sokha for another six months.
PM says that a successor to his premiership will be a child from within the ruling CPP.
Kem Sokha’s lawyers request to allow him to receive medical treatment overseas.
EU is concerned about a deterioration of political and human rights in Cambodia.
Economic minister says the kingdom now enjoys greater levels of financial freedom.
The International Federation for Human Rights to pressure the Cambodian government to cease its crackdown on civil society.
PM blasts the US over its bombardment of Cambodia and demands the country pay debt incurred by the Lon Nol-era.