Four union leaders from the Cosmo Textile company in Kandal have been freed on bail.
Four union leaders from the Cosmo Textile company in Kandal province have been freed on bail after nearly five months’ detention.
Haitian leaders have pleaded for calm as violent protests over fuel price increases entered a second day and US airlines canceled flights to the Caribbean nation.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday criticised some unions for planning demonstrations and protest marches in order to secure funding from international donors.
Seventy construction workers in Bavet stage a protest after the labour agency that found them jobs failed to pay their salaries.
Thousands of Hong Kong people protest against Beijing’s tightening grip over the city.
Thousands of demonstrators march against Trump’s hardline immigration policy.
Two groups of villagers representing more than 500 families locked in land dispute cases rally for a solution.
Dozens of former security guards with the US embassy in Phnom Penh yesterday protested in front of the embassy while claiming that they were fired unfairly and demanding six-month severance pay.
Nearly 100 residents gather at the Land Management Ministry over a land dispute.
Governor Yun Min asks granting bail to villagers arrested during a land dispute protest.
Dozens of former security guards at the US embassy in Phnom Penh protested in front of the embassy saying that they were fired unfairly.
China warns its citizens in Vietnam after protesters clashed with police over a plan to create new economic zones.
A heavy police presence and an isolated summit site thwarted protesters at the Group of Seven meeting in Canada, dousing all but a smattering of demonstrations against powerful world leaders.
The Israeli military said it was investigating the apparent killing by its troops of a Palestinian nurse on Friday during protests along the Gaza border.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will urge US President Donald Trump to avoid protesters in central London during his July UK visit and instead meet her at her country residence.
Japanese women, long accustomed to enduring sexual harassment in silence, are speaking out after a high-profile scandal involving a top bureaucrat stirred debate and protests.
Eight Thai pro-democracy protest leaders surrender to police after a march.
Thai protesters prepare to march to demand a general election by November.
Thai police declare Bangkok’s Government House and surrounding streets a no-go zone.
Hundreds gather in Bangkok for the 2010 deadly crackdown on a protest.
Nearly 1,000 workers at the Cheng Shi Xin Manufacturing company in Takeo province’s Bati district yesterday staged a walkout after their representative, who was organising a union, was fired.
Hundreds of garment workers protest after their bankrupt employer tried to evade paying owed severance.
A Thai anti-government movement vows to resume its protests.
Hundreds of garment workers formerly employed at the Dai Young factory protest over unpaid March wages.
The Court of Appeal yesterday upheld insurrection convictions against 11 former CNRP activists and officials who were jailed for their involvement in a protest to demand access to Freedom Park following the disputed 2013 election.
Authorities prevent workers from burning tyres in a protest over unpaid wages.
About 400 people representing nearly 600 families return to protest to speed up the resolution of a decade-long land dispute.
Villagers in Svay Chek plan to protest against a company to protect a mountain.
Palestinians readied for new protests along the Gaza border.