United States athletes and 1968 Mexico Games icon John Carlos on Saturday called for the International Olympic Committee to scrap rules barring athletes from protesting at the Olympics.
Labour Ministry announces the transfer of the third round of out-of-work allowances.
Banteay Meanchey governor denies a protest to reopening Poipet border with Thailand.
About 1,600 workers of the FMF factory protest to demand last month’s missing wages.
+600 workers of SEPIA garment factory protest to demand their unpaid wages.
construction Workers in Sihanoukville protest four month’s worth of missing wages.
Protest leads to suspension of Buon commune residents eviction.
More than 50 construction workers protest over failed wages payment.
Union leaders warn protest if the 1997 labour law articles are amended.
Dozens PassApp drivers protest to be allowed to enter a casino to pick up passengers.
More than 60 mobile vendors along O’tres beach protest order of displacement.
Nearly 500 garment workers of Sees Global (KH) Limited protest for compensation.
Nearly 200 workers for Hong Xing garment factory are protesting over unpaid wages.
Nearly 1,000 workers of a Chinese-owned factory protest over late payment.
Buddhist monks and youths to continue conducting a ten-day pilgrimage.
Clashes between police and protesters kill 11 people in Baghdad.
Education Ministry says there will be no change to the results of the national high school exam.
France has turned into a trendsetter as to disproportionate action by police officers during protest rallies, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday in response to a tweet from the French Foreign…
City Hall will not allow the Cambodian Labour Confederation to stage a protest.
City Hall not to allow the Cambodian Labour Confederation to stage a protest.
City Hall calls for negotiation after 300 drivers protest again to demand PassApp drop plans to cut charges for trips.
Hundreds of garment workers from Now Corp in Kandal will continue to protest.
Sudanese protest leaders say they accept a civilian-majority governing body.
The conflict between Sudan’s ruling military council and protesters is worsening, with reports of deaths and injuries in Khartoum. After months of peaceful protest, demonstrators now deserve Europe’s full support.
More than 200 villagers protest over land disputes.
More than 40 villagers gather at the O’Damrey pagoda to protest the eviction of a monk and the removal of the pagoda.
Preah Sihanouk Court sentences two people to 18 months in prison after they were found guilty of violating the land law.
Over 50 villagers from Phloeung Chhes Rotes commune protest against the use of their village as a dumpsite.
People who bought plots of land from the 7NG Company protest failure of promises.