Julia Wallace

Julia Wallace


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Hun­dreds of the coun­try’s re­porters eke out a liv­ing by find­ing news – then bury­ing it for a price.

Published On 31 Oct 2014

For many fe­male Cam­bo­di­an gar­ment work­ers, the most dan­ger­ous part of the job is sim­ply get­ting to work.

Published On 4 Oct 2014

The down­fall of anti-sex-slav­ery ac­tivist So­ma­ly Mam has led some to ques­tion the ex­tent of traf­fick­ing.

Published On 9 Jun 2014

Racial­ly charged slo­gans are some­times mixed with op­po­si­tion calls for more democ­ra­cy and high­er wages.

Published On 24 Jan 2014

Prospect of con­vict­ing ex-Cam­bo­di­an of­fi­cials on se­ri­ous charges grow dim even as tri­bunal spends $45m a year.

Published On 30 Sep 2012
Cambodia''s UN-backed war crimes tribunal has scheduled an opening hearing in Case 002