Nearly 200 PassApp rickshaw drivers hold a second day of protests in Phnom Penh.
Nearly 200 PassApp drivers today held a second day of protests in Phnom Penh to demand that the company drop plans to cut charges for trips.
Phnom Penh Court summons unionist Ath Thorn to appear for a trial next week.
Egypt’s former President Mohamed Morsi dies in court.
Thailand’s army chief warns against protests after a disputed election.
Algeria’s ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigned on Tuesday, succumbing to six weeks of largely peaceful mass protests driven by youth and pressure from the powerful army against his 20-year rule.
As the ‘Yellow Vest’ protests in France become increasingly violent, President Emmanuel Macron and what he stands for have become the focus of the extremists’ hate. As a result, the tone of French political debate is worryingly reminiscent of the 1930s.
Sudanese forces used tear gas to disperse protesters, as opponents of al-Bashir defied a state of emergency he declared.
French President Emmanuel Macron’s popularity has recovered to levels not seen since “yellow vest” protests broke out in mid-November as support for movement wanes, a poll showed yesterday.
The Sudanese army says it would not allow the state to collapse.
Prestige Garment Co in Kandal province has fired four more workers this month following protests over the December 22 sacking of a worker representative who was trying to form a union.
People protest in Zimbabwe after the President announced a 150% fuel price hike.
“Yellow vest” movement draws more people in the 9th consecutive weekend protests.
The death toll from protests in Sudan has risen to 24, the head of the Sudanese government fact-finding committee said.
Cintri has apologised to the public over the disruption of garbage collection since December 26.
Representatives of residents involved in land disputes in Snuol express fear for their safety following warnings by authorities.
Police dismantle a ceremony tent erected by worker unions in Sen Sok.
There are no change in the pan-Arab body’s position on Syria’s membership in AL.
French President Macron calls for “order” after a 6th weekend of “yellow vest” protests.
Three of 6 union leaders found guilty of instigating violence during massive protests for higher garment worker wages in 2013.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday defended three of six unions leaders found guilty of instigating violence over their roles in violent protests dating back to 2013, noting that they were not involved in the violent demonstrations.
Phnom Penh Court found six union leaders guilty of instigating violence over their roles in violent protests dating back to 2012.
France’s 10-year borrowing costs climbed to their highest level.
French growth is set to slow close to a standstill in the final quarter.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court begins the trial against six union leaders over minimum wage violent protests.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court on Friday began the trial against six union leaders over minimum wage protests in teh wake of the 2013 election that turned violent and led to authorities opening fire and killing at least five demonstrators.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court opened the trials of six union leaders concerning their roles in the violent protests following the 2013 election.
Kandal authorities are handing out money to thousands locked in a land dispute.
Former opposition leader Sam Rainsy has vowed to rally supporters in Tokyo and Brussels ahead of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s visits to Japan and Belgium.
A taskforce has been created to guard former opposition leader Kem Sokha who was released on bail earlier this month.