Ruling party wins Cambodian election — but opposition makes surprising gains
Long-time ruling Cambodian People's Party takes 68 seats, while the new Cambodian National Rescue Party takes a surprising 55 in a hotly-contested election.
Cambodia elections: change really may be on its way
Thousands have come out to support opposition candidates before Cambodia goes to the polls July 28.
Cambodia opposition chief Sam Rainsy barred from poll
Cambodia's newly returned opposition leader Sam Rainsy cannot be a candidate in upcoming polls, election authorities ruled Monday
Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy returns from exile
Convicted opposition leader Sam Rainsy has returned from a four-year exile after receiving King Norodom Sihamoni's royal pardon.
New Cuban missile crisis? Why it's no surprise that North Korea was caught in Panama
Scared of Kim Jong Un? Let it go. The world’s most secretive nation just can’t keep a secret.
Cambodia bird flu outbreak continues with 14th case
A 3-year-old boy is the 14th confirmed case of H5N1 in Cambodia in 2013, as authorities work to contain the spread of the deadly sickness.
Cambodian opposition leader in exile will be allowed to return
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy was given a royal pardon by King Norodom Sihamoni, meaning he will be allowed to return for July elections.
Cambodian jungle graveyard mystifies experts
Burial jars and coffins left high in the Cardamom Mountains have long puzzled archaeologists.
New bird species, Cambodian tailorbird (Orthotomus chaktomuk), found in Phnom Penh
The flame-headed bird was first spotted in 2009 during routine checks for avian flu.
Laser reveals hidden network of ancient Cambodian city
Laser sheds new light on the 1,200-year-old Cambodian city's urban design.
Ancient Cambodian statues returned by New York City art museum
Two 10-century statues known as the "Kneeling Attendants" have been returned to Cambodia by the New York Met.
Cambodia passes law banning genocide denial
New law will mandate a prison term of up to two years for those who question the veracity of the 1970s-era Khmer Rouge genocide.
26 photos that suggest tear gas unites us all
Security forces, it seems, are the same wherever you go. From Ferguson to Dhaka to Manama, protests of the last few years look eerily similar.
Khmer Rouge leaders express remorse for regime's atrocities
Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, two former leaders of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge, have made a rare admission of responsibility for some of the atrocities committed under the regime.
Cambodia factory collapse: How did inspectors miss it?
Some thought Cambodia was a 'model' in the garment industry. But after a ceiling collapse at an Asics shoe factory, critics say they're dead wrong.
Cambodia Asics shoe factory collapse kills 2
Part of a factory in Cambodia that makes sneakers sold abroad collapsed on Thursday, further inflaming concerns about safety in the global garment industry.
How the World Bank funds illegal logging in Cambodia and Laos
Environmental watchdog Global Witness says Deutsche Bank and the World Bank didn't do their homework before investing in unlawful Vietnamese rubber companies.
In isolated Myanmar, sanctions breed bogus US franchises
Experience a tiny 'Wal Mart' and a 'KFC' that serves fries with chopsticks.
May Day: Workers protest around the world
People around the world took to the streets on May Day, also known as International Workers' Day, an international pro-labor holiday used to demand workers' rights.
UN court hears Thai-Cambodia dispute
Thailand and Cambodia have both claimed that they own the land where the Preah Vihear temple sits.
Nuon Chea: Khmer Rouge leader declared fit for trial
Nuon Chea, the most senior surviving Khmer Rouge leader, has been declared fit for trial by a Cambodia court.
Cambodia orphanage shut down after reports of abuse
An Australian-run orphanage in Cambodia suspected of abusing the children in its care by beating and neglecting them has been shut down by local authorities.
Cambodia: Demining in the depths
Cambodians are ready to dive down deep to demine their rivers. But first they'll have to learn how to swim.
8 questions for Charles Kernaghan: What are the world's most dangerous jobs?
Labor and human rights advocate Charles Kernaghan meditates on the world's most dangerous jobs.
Khmer Rouge leader Ieng Sary dead at 87
"One of the most senior leaders is escaping justice, and the rest are old and sick. The tribunal is in danger of being a wasteful exercise of hundreds of millions of dollars."
Who won the drug war? Drugs did
The world — not just Colorado and Washington — embraces a more laissez faire approach to narcotics.
Plastic surgery, 'Gangnam-style'
Under the knife, beauty seekers get a piece of the Gangnam dream.
Seventh person dies from bird flu in Cambodia since start of 2013
Young boy dies from H5N1 avian influenza, the 26th person to die from the illness since record-keeping began, and the 7th to die since the start of the year.
Korean food made me cry like a baby
Choo-sung has achieved notoriety for a masochistic recipe that the Korean press calls one of the country's spiciest.
Avian flu causes concern in Cambodia as 6th victim dies
Expanding urban population, poultry transportation, and lack of compensation for farmers among reasons cited for increase in cases this year.
Two test positive for bird flu H5N1 virus in China, health ministry reports
Two people in Guiyang, southwest China, had tested positive for the H5N1 bird flu virus and were critically ill, the Chinese health ministry said.