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Cambodia's deadlock ends but questions linger
Part of the joint accord aimed at ending the political impasse establishes an independent National Election Commission.
Last updated: 28 Jul 2014 12:49 GMT
Cambodian opposition figures charged
Five MPs-elect and an activist accused of "instigating violence" over demonstration that descended into clashes.
Last updated: 16 Jul 2014 13:26 GMT
Cambodia's bloggerati fear new Internet law
Bloggers and campaigners in Cambodia warn that new law is intended to thwart online debate.
Last updated: 04 May 2014 14:39 GMT
Cambodian workers battling for their rights
Garment worker strike continues after violence, highlighting need for reform, critics say.
Last updated: 19 Nov 2013 11:02 GMT
Cambodia statue highlights murder mystery
Nearly 10 years after he was shot dead in Phnom Penh, many believe union leader Chea Vichea's killer is still at large.
Last updated: 06 May 2013 11:46 GMT
Cambodia 'threatens' US-funded radio stations
Government reportedly accuses RFE and VOA of favouring opposition parties and promoting Washington's foreign policy.
Last updated: 11 Oct 2012 12:49 GMT
Thai-Cambodia ceasefire breaks down
Border skirmishes continue for an eighth day as both sides accuse the other of breaking a short-lived truce.
Last updated: 29 Apr 2011 01:35 GMT
Ceasefire follows Thai-Cambodia border clash
Thai and Cambodian troops agree to a ceasefire after seven days of border conflict, which killed at least 15 people.
Last updated: 27 Apr 2011 05:23 GMT
Thai-Cambodia clashes continue
Troops exchange fire for fourth straight day over disputed area surrounding ancient Hindu temple.
Last updated: 07 Feb 2011 17:11 GMT
Clashes on Thai-Cambodia border
Troops exchange fire near disputed temple but no reports of casualties.
Last updated: 03 Apr 2009 05:07 GMT
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