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Cambodian garment workers face rocky road to work

They are forced to travel to work standing in the back of old trucks or vans

Dropping the gavel on Cambodia’s opposition

Accused of treason, does Kem Sokha stand a chance in Cambodia's 'systemized kangaroo court' system?

Rights group says Cambodia opposition leader denied right to public trial

HRW claims journalists, human rights monitors blocked from entering courtroom

Treason charges against Cambodia’s Kem Sokha should be dropped, rights groups...

Trial gets underway as EU set to review Cambodia’s tariff-free access

Striking Cambodian casino workers score rare victory

Expert believes review of EU trade agreement offers 'window for unions to act'

A changing Mekong is damaging livelihoods

With new hydropower dams starting operations or being planned to be built, a crisis is looming

Dam building on the Mekong: A death by a thousand cuts

More than 60 million people rely on the Mekong for their livelihoods

Hun Sen dismisses EU trade threat

EU has given Cambodia a month to respond to human rights report

Cambodia releases political prisoners: ‘I should never have been arrested’

In the Southeast Asian nation, the political mood is slowly but surely changing

Menebak arah pemimpin oposisi Kamboja yang baru saja bebas

Pemimpin oposisi Kamboja Kem Sokha dan duta besar AS W. Patrick Murphy tidak banyak bicara setelah pertemuan satu jam mereka pada 11 November, sehari...

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