Two groups of villagers representing more than 500 families locked in land dispute cases rally for a solution.
Kandal Provincial Court charges two farmers with theft after the pair was accused of stealing 20 cows from Ang Snuol district.
Tnaot commune, Svay Rieng province – Dozens of homes sit empty here, with villagers who remain reluctant to say where their neighbours have gone because they fear getting them in trouble with police.
About 800 people representing more than 2,000 families in Kandal gather to file a complaint against multiple companies.
Villagers are blocked from protesting at Land Management Ministry over land dispute.
Mines officials expand their compliance push against mining operators to Battambang.
Authorities in Mondolkiri give ten gold mining sites 15 days to shut down operations.
The Water Resources Ministry announces that most provinces are going to face flooding again beginning in early June.
Nearly 30 illegal gold mining operations have been shuttered in Mondolkiri province over the past week.
Villagers from the Chong Phlas Gold Mining Community have fled or withdrawn into their homes, too scared to continue their work for fear of being blamed for poisoning waterways.
At least three people were injured and nearly 500 homes damaged by a heavy storm in Kampong Cham province’s Batheay.
After attending a forum by the provincial Department of Commerce 53 children and 22 women were afflicted with food poisoning and required medical treatment.
The government has announced the approval of a feasibility study to be conducted in Koh Kong province.
Mines and Environment ministry officials yesterday inspected a Chinese mining firm in Mondolkiri province in the wake of a poisoning case that left 13 villagers dead in Kratie province.
Mines Minister Suy Sem yesterday ordered mining operators to follow the law to prevent mining waste from polluting rivers in the wake of more than 10 villagers dying from consuming tainted water in Kratie province.
Mines Minister Suy Sem has dismissed a claim by Industry Minister Cham Prasidh, who said that villagers in Kratie province were poisoned and killed by cyanide-tainted water due to run-off from gold mines.
Ratanakkiri Health officials move to quash reports of ill-effects from Sesan river water.
Land Management Ministry to solve a land dispute after a weeks-long demonstration.
Industry Minister Cham Prasidh has said that villagers in Kratie province’s Chetr Borei district were poisoned after consuming water tainted with cyanide which was used for mining operations in Mondolkiri and Kratie province.
Driving along National Road No. 78 here in Sesan district of Stung Treng Province in northern Cambodia, one will see orderly rows of new houses in the new Kbal Romeas village that the Lower Sesan II Hydropower Company had built for resettled villagers.
About 200 people gather again demanding speed up resolution of their land dispute.
600 residents who have been occupying Wat Chas pagoda are to be evicted.
Over 100 villagers demand authorities speed up the distribution process of land.
PM says he continues to go provinces to meet with workers as he did since early 1990s.
The Cambodian Red Cross disperses supplies to villagers who were discharged from hospital after they recovered from poisoning.
A stampede by thousands of poor villagers outside the home of a businessman distributing alms killed at least 10 women.
The Cambodian Red Cross today dispersed supplies to hundreds of Kratie province villagers who were discharged from hospital after they recovered from poisoning that left 13 dead.
Hundreds of Kratie villagers are discharged from hospital after recovering from a poisoning incident that killed 13 people.
Hundreds of villagers in Kratie province were hospitalised and 13 died from poisoning first blamed on contaminated water and then methanol-laced rice wine; villagers here have another theory: chemicals from gold mining run-off.
Chetr Borei district, Kratie province – More than 50 villagers were sent for medical treatment here on Tuesday night in a mysterious, ongoing poisoning case supposedly caused by both methanol-laced rice wine and contaminated water.