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Chinese dams held back Mekong waters during drought, study finds

The effect of China's 11 dams on the upper Mekong has long been debated, but data has been scarce

Cambodian migrant workers return home to bleak prospects

Thousands have left Thailand due to the COVID-19 crisis

Mothers and their babies locked up in Cambodian prisons

In Cambodia, children are forced to serve time with poor mothers convicted of petty crimes

Cambodia’s brick factory workers carry debt across generations

Large loans, low pay keep Cambodians stuck in slavery-like conditions

Water pollution endangers the ‘Heart of Cambodia’

Contaminated water from Tonle Sap Lake is creating serious health problems for many Cambodians

Cambodian workers fret over EU’s partial EBA withdrawal

EU acting on human rights grounds, but workers worry about bottom line

SPOTLIGHT: Air pollution an increasing burden in Southeast Asia

Public wrestles with the downside of economic growth and growing energy demand

Cover up or be censored: Cambodia orders women not look sexy...

Seven Cambodian women's rights groups pointed out that the women vendors had breached no law

Expose reveals child labor in Cambodian brick kilns despite crackdown

Behind growing demand for bricks, extreme heat, dangerous machinery and poor sanitation have created a vicious cycle of poverty, illness and debt

Cambodia’s night-shift workers lose sleep over benefit cut

Govt plans to withdraw a 30 percent bonus that the country’s night-shift workers currently receive

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