Four Boeung Kak land rights activists will stand in front of the Supreme Court to appeal against accusations they insulted and obstructed public officials.
Families of victims who died in the 2010 stampede on Koh Pich Bridge says they have still not come to terms with the tragic accident during anniversary ceremonies held yesterday.
The Buddhist ceremony is to show that Cambodia is a peaceful and stable country.
Prime Minister Hun Sen accuses former opposition leaders of taking workers hostage by calling on foreign nations to stop buying Cambodian goods.
Prime Minister Hun Sen compares the arrest of former CNRP leader Kem Sokha with the United States’ legal action against Paul Manafort.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says members from two political parties and one NGO would replace the three members of the National Election Committee.
The decree will grant bonuses to pregnant civil servants, and also includes funeral costs.
Prime Minister Hun Sen vows to track down and arrest “rebels” attempting to start a colour revolution in the country.
Sam Rainsy is accusing Prime Minister Hun Sen of attempting to stage a constitutional coup.
The father of a worker missing since the crackdown on the Veng Sreng street protests in 2014 said he has lost hope of finding his son.
Cambodia denies allowing Yingluck Shinawatra to transit through the country en route to Dubai.
The Cambodian Labour Confederation says garment workers need a monthly wage of $224 to survive, a steep rise from Hun Sen’s $168.
The Cambodia Garment Training Center Institute officially launches, a day after a visit by Hun Sen to factories.
The government is shutting down US-funded non-governmental organisation National Democratic Institute and orders its foreign staff to leave the country.
Hun Sen orders the Ministry of Economy and Finance to limit the number of civil servants.
Hun Sen orders governor to speed up process to end Boeung Kak Lake land dispute.
Hun Sen declares a passion for forest protection, urging officials to improve the efficiency of forest crime prevention.
Prime Minister Hun Sen labels the Cambodia Daily newspaper a thief and denies the order for it to pay $6.1 million in tax is political.
A project to increase the number of wild tigers in Cambodia is put forward to the government.
A man is charged with disguising himself as a military bodyguard of Prime Minister Hun Sen and using a weapon without permission.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says he has rejected proposals for investment in seaweed plantations in Preah Sihanouk and Kep.
The debates on the Cambodia-Laos border tensions are now polarised and somehow politicised. There are two camps in the debate – the positive and negative camps.
The government will remove and revoke irregular documents used by foreigners.
The Khmer National United Party will have an internal meeting to elect a new party president after Nhek Bun Chhay resigns.
Representatives for 175 families from Koh Kong province gather near Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house seeking intervention in land dispute.
A military officer and member of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s bodyguard unit is under arrest for firing at a bus that hit his car.
Prime Minister Hun Sen visiting troops along the border with Laos, announces the a new brigade following tensions.
President of Khmer Power Party Sourn Serey Ratha is detained as new allegations emerge.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns he will take legal action against commentators suggesting the government exploits foreign incursions.
Voice of America and Radio Free Asia are the latest media outlets to come under government scrutiny over licences and tax.