- Cambodia sends 13 to prison for insurrection plot Updated: Apr-11-14 5:37 am
- 9 Cambodians killed in Thai road accident Updated: Apr-11-14 2:52 am
- Cambodian opposition almost ready to end boycott Updated: Apr-10-14 6:23 am
- Cambodia's Angkor temples added to Street View Updated: Apr-03-14 6:50 am
- Cambodia repatriates 3 possible US MIA remains Updated: Apr-02-14 9:28 am
- Cambodia police beat protesters for TV license bid Updated: Mar-31-14 3:43 am
- Lawyer urges court: Investigate Cambodian leaders Updated: Mar-20-14 8:39 am
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - A Cambodian court on Friday sentenced 13 men to prison terms ranging from five to nine years for plotting to overthrow the government in a case that was criticized by a human rights group as a political setup.
BANGKOK - Nine Cambodians on their way home for a holiday break died when their van crashed into a tree and burst into flames in eastern Thailand, police said Friday.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - Cambodia's opposition leader said Thursday his party was close to reaching an agreement with the government that would end the party's boycott of Parliament, but that there were still unresolved issues keeping a deal from being signed right away.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - The spectacular temples of Cambodia's Angkor civilization have been incorporated into Google's Street View, a boost to the impoverished country's tourism industry that also adds urgency to efforts to preserve the sprawling historic site.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - A ceremony was held in Cambodia on Wednesday to repatriate what are believed to be the remains of three American servicemen who went missing in action more than 40 years ago during the Vietnam War.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - Police in Cambodia on Monday beat anti-government demonstrators who tried to defy a ban on public demonstrations to demand a license for what would be the Southeast Asian nation's first opposition television channel.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - A human rights lawyer has called on the International Criminal Court to investigate Cambodian authorities and the country's authoritarian leader, Prime Minister Hun Sen, for what he says is a systematic pattern of crimes to crush dissent and to shield former Khmer Rouge leaders from genocide prosecutions.