Observers worry the prime minister may next reduce the pay of government employees.
Meanwhile, former RFA reporters lose their appeal to have passports and other identifying documents returned as an investigation continues into charges against them of espionage.
A family member said they only learned of Thai Sokunthea’s arrest hours later, from a neighbor.
Daughter tells RFA that he was dragged away from his home barefoot.
Workers try to get home before borders close, while those who stay behind have money troubles.
NGOs welcome the move but urge the government to protect human rights and freedom of speech.
The lawyer for Kong Mas said he will appeal to the Supreme Court.
The struggles come amid reports of hoarding in Laos, equipment shortages in Myanmar, and new cases in Vietnam.
The decision comes as both countries announce sharp increases in confirmed infections.
The foreign ministry accuses him of exerting ‘undue influence’ on the country’s judiciary.
Kem Sokha’s case illustrates rule-of-law shortcomings highlighted by the State Department and the World Justice Project.
However, a Cambodian government spokesman says the World Justice Report is based on political bias favoring human rights activists and the country's political opposition.
A shortage of material caused by the onset of COVID-19 disrupts supply chains.
Questions linger over how the family of two senior civil servants bankrolled the purchase of US agricultural holdings covering nearly 200 acres.
Observers urge him to refrain from making comments that could influence a court decision.
Authorities arrest Facebooker for posting live video about COVID-19.
The people came into contact with a Japanese national who tested positive for COVID-19.
The crew of the Courageous allegedly entered Cambodian waters illegally and engaged in smuggling.