Observers say Cambodia’s PM Hun Sen seeks ‘political benefits’ from a nationalist stance on the issue.
The CNRP chose the symbolic date of Nov. 9 to coincide with Cambodia’s independence from France.
He is believed to have directed large-scale logging in Kratie and Mondulkiri provinces for sale in Vietnam.
Minister of Interior Sar Kheng says an overthrow of the ruling party would damage ‘democracy.’
He frames the move as part of a bid to ‘mislead’ Prime Minister Hun Sen and his government.
They say ‘millions of Cambodians’ have been lifted out of poverty under the deal with the EU.
Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin will hear the court's verdict on the two charges made against them on Aug. 30.
The opposition chief’s lawyer had requested charges be dropped as his client nears two years of pre-trial detention.
Human Rights Watch says former Khmer Rouge commanders protected by Hun Sen must be prosecuted and brought to justice.
‘Brother No. 2’ is believed responsible for policies that led to the deaths of nearly two million people.
Analysts say Phnom Penh must now keep its word that it will keep China's military off Cambodian territory.
Hongsreang is the 14th arrest of activists associated with the banned opposition party
Sam Rainsy implies Hun Sen is serving Chinese business interests rather than the Cambodian people.
Hun Sen says he has ordered “tens of thousands of guns” to replace old army weapons.
The two men say information they sent to their former employer had nothing to do with ‘state secrets.’
Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin were arrested in November 2017 after RFA closed its Phnom Penh bureau amid a government crackdown on political opponents and independent media.
Critics say the government should allow foreign and independent press and experts to join for full transparency.
China's use of Cambodian naval bases will lead to further instability in Southeast Asia, exiled CNRP leader Sam Rainsy says.