Polls have closed in Cambodia's disputed national election, which rights groups say was neither free nor fair.
Populist and far-right European politicians are among those to have headed to Cambodia to serve as monitors for its controversial national election on Sunday.
Between 1975 and 1979, Pol Pot's rule of terror killed an estimated 1.7 million people - nearly a quarter of the population - through execution, torture, starvation and disease in labour camps.
The EU and US are promising "concrete steps" against Cambodia after the main opposition party was banned ahead of the country's elections.
Prime Minister Hun Sen now looks set to extend more than three decades in power in elections next year
The Festival of the Dead allows people to say prayers and offer food to lost loved ones
Cambodia has sent out a strong message about commercial surrogacy.
A court in Phnom Penh has jailed an Australian nurse and two local assistants on
Ancient Cambodian temple gets UNESCO listing
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Tens of thousands gathered on Sunday (July 24) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia to join a funeral procession taking the body of assassinated government critic Kem Ley to his hometown in Takeo…
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Ieng Thirith, the sister-in-law of Cambodian dictator Pol Pot, has died, nearly five years after being indicted for genocide and crimes against
Blind and visually-impaired people have long had to overcome challenges in education, as they do in many aspects of life. The World Health
A bomb found at the bottom of the Mekong river in Cambodia has been carefully removed from the water. A fisherman had spotted the MK80 series
In Cambodia, opposition leader Sam Rainsy leads prayers on the 40th anniversary of the fall of Phnom Penh to the Khmer Rouge. #Cambodge : 40e
The 13th edition of the Amazon Raid came to a close over the weekend following five days of competition in Cambodia.
After foot races, kayaking
The 13th edition of the Raid Amazones all-women adventure race is now well underway with 84 teams taking part in this year’s event.
Cambodia has signed a deal with Australia to take refugees rejected by Canberra in exchange for money.
The accord was sealed in Phnom Penh by
Two top Khmer Rouge leaders have been jailed for life after being convicted by Cambodia’s UN-backed tribunal of crimes against humanity.
Cambodia’s UN-backed tribunal of crimes against humanity has jailed for life two top Khmer Rouge figures.
Nuon Chea served as leader Pol Pot’s
Opposition demonstrators clashed with Cambodian security forces at a rally in Phnom Penh , disarming and beating them with their own
Cambodian security guards and city workers dismantled a camp occupied by anti-government demonstrators on Saturday as riot police looked
Hard-pressed garment worker demonstrations in Cambodia and Bangladesh veered into deadly riots in Cambodia after two weeks of relatively peaceful
In Cambodia, military police have opened fire on protesters calling for higher wages for clothing factory workers.
Five people are now reported to
At least three people were killed in Cambodia on Friday when police opened fire on textile factory workers.
Human rights workers said security
At least one protester died, five more were injured and about 30 demonstators and monks were arrested after a Cambodian garment workers, rally turned