Human Rights Watch says dozens of arrests in recent months indicate repression will continue.
A group of Buddhist monks and environmental activists calls for the demolition of a closed Chinese casino.
Activists are silently preparing for the planned repatriation next month, an opposition official says.
The ministry says the order is warranted because it concerns protecting the country from a ‘coup.’
Tea Banh’s comments come a day after the deputy prime minister said their return will cause war.
But a party official says the confession was forced and draws comparisons to tactics of the Khmer Rouge.
At least two of the three had voiced support for the return of CNRP chief Sam Rainsy next month.
Three dozen CNRP activists have been detained, while nearly 200 have faced interrogation since January.
He says no warrants are needed to arrest them if they return to the country as planned next month.
The three are the latest to face the accusations since the CNRP’s acting chief announced plans to return.
The decision shows there was never any evidence the two reporters committed espionage.
"Millions of people and armed forces are waiting for you on November 9," Hun Sen says in what opposition activists say is a sign he is worried about Sam Rainsy.
At least 30 CNRP activists have been arrested and detained since the beginning of the year.
General Department of Immigration says he expects more expulsions from a larger pool of arrests.
The new charges come a day after authorities accused nine senior CNRP officials of the same crime.
He expects the new migrants will ‘bring insecurity and crime’ to the area in Koh Kong province.
The new charges bolster Prime Minister Hun Sen’s threats to arrest them upon their return.
Sin Bona becomes the most recent opposition victim targeted in a beating by unknown men.