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Back to back, they face each other
Back to back, they face each other
SOUTHEAST ASIA GLOBE, 2014-03-04
Since July’s national elections, Cambodia has witnessed a seemingly intractable political deadlock between the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) and the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP)
Cellcard advert questioned
Cellcard advert questioned
The Phnom Penh Post, 2014-03-04
The Cambodian Centre for Human Rights (CCHR) is calling out telecommunications firm Mobitel over a TV ad that shows a young Cambodian man who is shocked and dismayed when he meets, on a blind date, what appears to be a transgender woman.
Cambodian court rules against bail for protesters
Cambodian court rules against bail for protesters
THE SACRAMENTO BEE, 2014-02-11
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia -- A Cambodian appeals court on Tuesday refused to release on bail 21 people arrested early last month in connection with anti-government protests.
Cambodia: Bail Denied for Activists Arrested During Labor Protest
Cambodia: Bail Denied for Activists Arrested During Labor Protest
VOA, 2014-02-11
Cambodia’s Appeals Court on Tuesday rejected a request for bail by 21 people who have been held in custody for more than a month. The defendants were arrested following last month’s garment sector protests in which security forces shot dead at least four people and injured dozens more. Rights groups have condemned the ruling.
Fear ‘making bloggers, reporters self-censor’
Fear ‘making bloggers, reporters self-censor’
The Phnom Penh Post, 2014-02-11
Cambodian bloggers and journalists often self-censor out of fear that they could face legal or physical threats, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights said in a report on freedom of expression released yesterday.
Cambodian police look for killers of journalist
Cambodian police look for killers of journalist
The New Zealand herald, 2014-02-08
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) Cambodian police said Saturday that they were looking for four suspects in the beating death of a journalist whom human rights groups suspect may have been killed because of his work.
Cambodian Journalist Who Exposed Illegal Fishing Murdered
Cambodian Journalist Who Exposed Illegal Fishing Murdered
RFA, 2014-02-02
A journalist in Cambodia was beaten to death over the weekend following a series of articles he had written exposing illegal fishing, prompting calls from a local rights group for a probe into the murder amidst a “widespread culture of impunity” in the country.
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