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U.N. Court Ruling on Cambodia-Thai Land Dispute

(THE HAGUE, Netherlands) — The United Nations' highest court was issuing its ruling Monday on a dispute between Cambodia and Thailand over land surrounding a...

Trial of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Leaders Nears End

(PHNOM PENH, Cambodia) — Cambodia's Khmer Rouge tribunal began hearing closing statements Wednesday in its first trial of top leaders of the 1970s communist...

Hun Sen Renamed Cambodia PM as Opposition Boycotts

(PHNOM PENH, Cambodia) — Ruling party lawmakers in Cambodia officially extended Hun Sen's rule for another five years Tuesday, renaming the longtime strongman...

Cambodian Opposition Boycotts Parliament Over Vote

(PHNOM PENH, Cambodia) — Opposition lawmakers are boycotting the opening of Cambodia’s parliament to protest what they say was widespread cheating in July...

Latest Cambodian Vote Results Favor Ruling Party

(PHNOM PENH, Cambodia) — Final but unratified Cambodian election results released Monday reaffirmed the victory of the ruling Cambodian People's Party, though...

Cambodian Opposition Challenges Election Results

(PHNOM PENH, Cambodia) — Cambodia's opposition party says it will challenge the results of a general election in which it made impressive gains but still lost to...

Cambodian Opposition Leader Vows to End Exile

(PHNOM PENH, Cambodia) — Cambodia's charismatic self-exiled opposition leader has vowed to return to Cambodia ahead of this month's general election to help...

Cambodia Election Campaign Promises Little Change

Cambodia may officially be a democracy, but call it one and you'll get a swift reality check from anyone familiar with the Southeast Asian nation, where one...

Cambodian Shoe Factory Accident Kills 2, Injures 7

(PHNOM PENH, Cambodia) — The ceiling of a shoe factory in Cambodia collapsed while several dozen workers were inside the building early Thursday, killing at...

Cambodia Mourns Former King Norodom Sihanouk

Cambodians prayed for former King Norodom Sihanouk on Tuesday and world leaders sent their condolences as the country prepared for the return of his body...