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Cambodia’s draft cybercrime law panned by rights group

Most recent draft follows earlier versions in 2014 and 2015 that were sharply criticized by civil society and media groups

COVID-19 strangles wildlife rescue centers in Southeast Asia

Lack of tourism is impacting wildlife rescue centers, puts endangered animals further at risk and hurts local communities

Flooding brings trouble to Phnom Penh locals

Already enduring COVID-19 wrought economic crisis, locals now dealing with floods in Cambodian capital

Crackdown in Cambodia brings fear and resilience

Hun Sen’s regime uses repression and dependence on foreign powers to prop up continued hold on power

Bravery medal awarded to landmine detecting rat

Magawa, whose official job title is HeroRAT, was awarded his medal by PDSA’s Director General in a special virtual presentation.

Vietnamese in Cambodia: Stateless, discriminated and in fear of deportation

Ethnic Vietnamese, born and raised in Cambodia, often discriminated against and sometimes victims of violent racist attacks

Cambodia police chief sacked over sexual misconduct in landmark case

But women rights' campaigners criticise Interior Ministry for not pursuing charges against the two-star general

Like the sky falling on our heads: Life under the Khmer...

Cambodia became like a labor camp, says former doctor who managed to escape to Thailand

Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge executioner turned born-again Christian, Duch, dies

In 2010, an UN-backed tribunal found him guilty of mass murder, torture and crimes against humanity

Rights group slams rough handling of peaceful protestors in Cambodia

Cambodian authorities faulted for harassing and forcibly dispersing family members protesting the detention of opposition political activists

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