Cambodia

Then and now: Finding love during the Khmer Rouge

The Maoist regime broke up families and imposed forced marriages, but also unintentionally brought some women together.

Then and now: Finding love during the Khmer Rouge

Politics

Cambodia PM warns of crackdown on post-poll protests

Hun Sen's threat of 'war' raises fears of unrest in next month's local election results are contested by the opposition.

Hun Sen threatens to wage 'war' on violent protesters

Asia Pacific

Cambodia bans sale of human milk

The Cambodian government has stopped mothers from selling their breast milk for fear of exploitation. This decision has left some women worse off. Al Jazeera’s Florence Looi reports from Phnom Penh

Opinion

Cambodia rejects paying 'dirty debt' to the US

Cambodia-US relations will further deteriorate if Trump insists on collecting debt incurred by an illegitimate regime.

Vannarith Chheang

by Vannarith Chheang

Vannarith Chheang

Asia Pacific

Cambodia reluctant to repay US war debt

Cambodia is insisting that the US should drop a nearly 50-year-old war debt. Hun Sen, the prime minister, says the debt was incurred mostly because of extensive US bombing campaign in Cambodia in the 1960s and 70s.

Asia

Anger in Cambodia as US wants 50-year-old debt repaid

Washington says money used for food but prime minister calls it 'dirty money' used to buy weapons.

Anger in Cambodia as US wants 50-year-old debt repaid

Asia

Cambodia opposition leader resigns for 'sake of party'

Sam Rainsy's decision comes after long-serving prime minister proposes political party law seen as targeting opposition.

Hun Sen rival Sam Rainsy resigns for 'sake of party'

101 East

Cambodia's Deadly Politics

101 East investigates the suspicious murder of a political activist in Cambodia.

REWIND

It's a Man's World: Rape in Cambodia

We rewind to 2013 when 101 East travelled to Cambodia to talk with men who admit rape and violence against women.

Human Rights

Cambodian court upholds sentences of Khmer Rouge chiefs

Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan were part of regime responsible for the deaths of up to two million Cambodians.

Cambodia

Cambodia's water festival returns with a bang

The annual event takes place in November for three nights during the full moon.

Cambodia's water festival returns with a bang

Cambodia

Why Cambodia's success in fighting TB could be at risk

Progress in Cambodia in reducing deaths from tuberculosis could be short-lived as future funding could be in doubt.

Health

Cambodia: New snack aims to prevent child malnutrition

Children in Cambodia are being given a new healthy snack aimed at curbing malnutrition and early signs appear promising.

Cambodia

Life at the world's most threatened lake

Environmental damage and climate change are threatening the lake which is often described as Cambodia's "beating heart".

Politics

Cambodia: Thousands march in funeral of slain activist

Thousands march in funeral of slain activist, whose fatal midday shooting raised suspicion of political conspiracy.

Cambodia: Thousands march in funeral of slain activist