Phnom Penh Court rules that the espionage case against two former Radio Free Asia journalists has to be re-investigated.
Phnom Penh Court will deliver its verdict in the espionage case against two former RFA journalists early next month.
The trial of two former Radio Free Asia journalists is set to commence today.
The Defence Ministry yesterday refuted an allegation by Radio Free Asia that the selection of Military Court of Cambodia officials was done through nepotism and cronyism.
The Court of Appeal fixes Friday to hear an application by two former Radio Free Asia journalists.
UN Arbitrary Detention group calls to drop the charges against 2 former RFA journalists.
National Police refutes a Radio Free Asia broadcast on the alleged corrupt practices of Major General Koeng Khorn, chief of Svay Rieng provincial police.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday denied baseless accusations that the government is purposely cutting off power to people in order to form an excuse to move forward with the controversial Stung Cheay Areng hydropower dam.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today denied baseless accusations that the government is purposely cutting off power to people in order to form an excuse to move forward with the controversial Stung Cheay Areng hydropower dam.
Journalists with an espionage case call to speed up investigation or drop the charges.
Officials deny a RFA report saying that timber is being illegally smuggled to Vietnam.
The US embassy is urging the gov’t to ensure that RFA and VOA resume their work.
Supreme Court rejected a bid by two former RFA reporters to have their initial detention deemed illegal due to it exceeding the 48-hour threshold.
Phnom Penh Court grants bail to two former Radio Free Asia journalists who were jailed in November on espionage charges.
The Supreme Court denies bail to two former Radio Free Asia reporters detained on espionage charges.
The Supreme Court will today hold a bail hearing in the case of former Radio Free Asia reporters Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin.
The EU has recently issued a statement regarding its trade preference in the Everything but Arms (EBA) programme for Cambodia.
US congressmen urges the government to release two former RFA journalists.
Judge informs two former RFA reporters they are not being detained over porno.
Two former RFA reporters are summoned to answer questions over pornography.
A closed door hearing over extending detention of two former RFA journalists.
NGOs mark the six-month anniversary of the arrest of two former RFA journalists by asking the courts to free them immediately.
The Court of Appeal denied bail again to two former Radio Free Asia journalists.
A bail hearing is scheduled for today at the Court of Appeal for two former Radio Free Asia reporters.
Sokha’s lawyer denies he met with his client last week, when Mr Sokha allegedly asked to secure negotiations with the government.
A former journalist who worked with Radio Free Asia has denied that he was a spy for the United States.
Former CNRP officials currently behind bars in Prey Sar prison appeal for a royal pardon.
Appeal Court upholds a lower court decision to continue the detention of two former Radio Free Asia reporters.
A RFA spokesman in Washington undermines press freedom in the country.
Phnom Penh Court charges two former RFA journalists with producing pornography.