Cambodia

Cambodia's top court dissolves main opposition party

The country's top court outlaws the main opposition party CNRP for fostering dissent with the help of foreign countries.

Cambodia Supreme Court dissolves opposition CNRP party

Cyclone

Typhoon Damrey slams Vietnam, strongest in 16 years

Vietnam has been struck by a destructive tropical cyclone just a week before hosting the APEC conference.

Typhoon Damrey slams Vietnam, strongest in 16 years

Cambodia

Cambodia: Opposition leader's treason appeal denied

Security forces in Phnom Penh were on high alert as the Supreme Court heard Kem Sokha's appeal on treason charges.

Cambodia: Appeal to free Kem Sokha denied by top court

Asia Pacific

Cambodia court refuses to free opposition leader Kem Sokha

He is accused of working with the US to overthrow the ruling Cambodian People's Party, a charge the opposition say is politically motivated.

Politics

Cambodian government moves to dissolve opposition party

Interior ministry files lawsuit asking CNRP be dissolved on ground that it was involved in plot to topple government.

Cambodia moves to dissolve opposition party CNRP

Asia Pacific

Cambodia opposition leader flees government crackdown

Mu Sochua, the deputy leader of Cambodia's main opposition party, has fled the country, fearing she would be arrested amid a government crackdown on the opposition.

Reporter's Notebook

'At heart we are American': Identity in the age of migration

How are Cambodian migrants to the US dealing with abrupt deportation from the place they call home?

Asia Pacific

Cambodian opposition MPs flee from crackdown

About half the country's opposition members of parliament have left as government vows more arrests over alleged coup.

Cambodian opposition MPs flee from crackdown

Asia Pacific

Cambodians accuse sugar barons of land-grabbing

Villagers in Cambodia claim sugar barons are grabbing their land.

101 East

Forced Back To Cambodia

101 East explores how the US continues to deport Cambodian Americans who have committed a crime and served their time.

Press Freedom

Cambodia: Switching off independent radio stations

Nearly a dozen stations have had licenses suspended without notice as media crackdown continues ahead of 2018 election.

Cambodia: Switching off independent radio stations

Humanitarian crises

Beating the odds and clearing landmines in Cambodia

Twenty-five years after losing his foot to a landmine, Tith Pao is now a successful farmer on his mine-free land.

Beating the odds and clearing landmines in Cambodia

Politics

Cambodia charges opposition leader with treason

Kem Sokha, arrested on Sunday and charged with 'colluding with foreigners', could face up to 30 years in prison.

Asia Pacific

'Perilous times' as Cambodia Daily shuts after 24 years

Rights groups slam closure of Cambodian daily as fears grow over widening crackdown on government critics ahead of vote.

Asia Pacific

Cambodia Daily to close after tax fight with government

Newspaper says Monday's edition will be its last after receiving $6.3m tax bill, which it calls politically motivated.

Cambodia Daily to close after tax fight with government