Why was an alleged Khmer Rouge war criminal's family on the Peace Corps payroll?
There are bombshell revelations that a US student was staying at the house of a man wanted by a tribunal for torture and homicide.
First refugees from Australian detention camp arrive in Cambodia
The refugees were moved to a large, modern house with high walls on a dirt-track road in an impoverished area of Phnom Penh, where police and security kept watch.
Tourists won’t stop getting naked at Cambodia’s most sacred temple
What's wrong with people?
Cambodia’s prime minister is refusing to pay a $5,000 bet he made on the Pacquiao fight
Because it was fixed.
Here's how the Cambodians who stitch your clothes are routinely abused
A Human Rights Watch report calls out H&M, Gap and others for the exploitation of factory workers.
This insane fruit is probably the world’s most celebrated (and persecuted)
It smells like hell but tastes like heaven to those who know it best. And it kind of makes you high.
Thailand considered sourcing your fish dinner with prison labor
The astoundingly bad idea highlights the terrible state of affairs in Thailand's fishing industry.
Who, or what, is behind the mysterious HIV outbreak in this Cambodian village?
Tiny Rhoka, population 2,700, suddenly has an infection rate more than 20 times the national average. Why?
Some Cambodian farmers manage to reclaim their fields from landmine legacy (VIDEO)
'Cambodia is not the country that produces explosive items. We are the victims of the world.'
Cambodians still live with the painful legacy of US 'secret war' (VIDEO)
As funding decreases for programs that serve amputees and landmine victims, some Cambodian officials are calling on Washington to pay more to fix a problem largely of its own making.
What it’s like to be a rice farmer
Are those picturesque paddies a bucolic paradise, or a muddy, parasite-laden hell?
Betraying asylum seekers for Chinese investment
Cambodia sends Uighur refugees home for $60 million a head, hours before Chinese leader Xi Jinping visits.
Clearcutting Cambodia's ecological heartland
Firms linked to the country's leaders are reaping a fortune by leveling a key forest.
Here's how developers force people from their homes in Cambodia
After a violent eviction, hundreds of families are dumped in a field 28 miles away.
Rich Chinese are literally eating this exotic mammal into extinction
GlobalPost visits a border outpost where the world’s most trafficked mammal is on the menu.
Cambodia: Somaly Mam’s ex-husband speaks out
GlobalPost exclusive: The disgraced anti-trafficking advocate’s former partner blames the media for her fabrications and deceits.
Did the Khmer Rouge really commit genocide?
Whether the regime’s hideous brand of cruelty actually qualifies as ‘genocide’ will soon go on trial in Cambodia.
The Vietnam War might seem like ancient history, but thousands still risk arrest and torture for helping the US
4 decades later, Hmong who helped the US ‘fight communism’ are still persecuted and on the run.
Huge US anti-drugs program in Central America is not imminent, Biden says
Regional leaders who met with US President Barack Obama recently floated the idea of the US bankrolling a massive military aid program aimed at crushing the illegal drug trade.
UN-backed tribunal in Cambodia jails former Khmer Rouge leaders for life
During the trial that started in Nov. 2011, Nuon Chea admitted being 'morally responsible' while Khieu Samphan expressed regret but said he was only a figurehead.
Asia’s heroin now sold in lemon yellows and cotton-candy pinks
Why pastel-colored smack is being produced in the wilds of Myanmar.
Cambodians are increasingly being executed for sorcery
Poverty and inflation are to blame, economists say.
This Singapore mall has real live maids for sale
They are on display and marketed as 'sweet-natured and compliant.'
In Cambodia, fake orphanages soak up donations by duping tourists
Most of these ‘orphans’ still have living parents. The squalor they endure is often for show.
In Cambodia, toxic air threatens timeless ruins
It’s Angkor Wat versus ancient tour buses.
Cambodian workers accuse Thai junta of arrest and abuse
In a mass exodus, Cambodians choose homelessness and hunger over another panic-filled day in Thailand.
Cambodia suffers from an appalling mental health crisis
But it lacks doctors qualified to deal with it, and foreign donors aren't eager to help.
Cambodia's 'better factories' are getting a lot worse
The Southeast Asian nation was once a leader in the drive for cleaner sweatshops. How did mass faintings and union busting become the new normal?
Cambodia’s celebrity activist Somaly Mam fabricated sex slavery tales, insiders say. Now she’s resigning
Somaly Mam’s story is one of perseverance through extreme cruelty. But some of its most harrowing chapters are full of holes.
For Chevron, $6 a day is apparently too much pay for Cambodian workers
Fed up with rising living costs, the workers are striking for a 'liveable wage.'
For Vietnam, leftover American bombs mean the war has never ended
Bombs have killed at least 42,000 Vietnamese since the US pulled out — more than the number of Americans killed in action.