Prominent land activist Tep Vanny has been reunited with her family after two years in jail and plans to continue her fight for displaced Boeng Kak villagers.
Following her release from prison, land activist Tep Vanny vowes to continue fighting for the Boeng Kak community.
A prominent land rights activist Tep Vanny who is now free said that she continues providing her advocacy so that Boeng Kak community gets land solution.
King Norodom Sihamoni grants pardon to four Boeng Kak land activists.
A Justice Ministry official dismisses demands to release land rights activist Tep Vanny.
Boeung Kak Residents ask for a royal pardon to release jailed representative Tep Vanny.
The Supreme Court upholds a lower court verdict against land activist Tep Vanny who was last year convicted of violence.
The Court upheld the sentences of Boeung Kak activists, for insulting public officials.
The verdict of four Boeung Kak activists, charged with insults and obstruction of police officials, to December.
Four Boeung Kak land rights activists will stand in front of the Supreme Court to appeal against accusations they insulted and obstructed public officials.
UN Rapporteur for Human Rights in Cambodia Rhona Smith has promised to discuss jailed land activist Tep Vanny with the government.
The Court of Appeal upholds a verdict against land activist Tep Vanny who is convicted over violence involving security guards.
The Court of Appeals hears Tep Vanny’s case while 50 demonstrators gather to protest her innocence.