Phnom Penh Municipal Court has ruled that the espionage case against two former Radio Free Asia journalists has to be re-investigated.
The appeal Court rejects two applications by two former RFA journalists.
The Supreme Court today rejected an appeal to nullify the detention of two former Radio Free Asia reporters who were charged with espionage for allegedly sending reports to the United States.
A former Radio Free Asia staffer prepares to file a lawsuit in the US against his former employer to seek severance pay.
Two former reporters for Radio Free Asia are fighting for about $28,000 each in employment benefits from the network.
Local journalists write an open letter calling for the release of Radio Free Asia journalists.
Two former Radio Free Asia reporters who are under arrest now face spying charges, which carry a sentence of up to 15 years in prison.
Police arrested two former reporters with US-based Radio Free Asia over their installation of broadcasting equipment to allegedly report back to the agency’s office.
Almost every day since 1997, Chea Sam Oeun sat at a small table in front of his house in a quiet street in Phnom Penh and listened to the radio.