Three supporters of the former Cambodian National Rescue Party were arrested outside the Chinese Embassy when they attempted to gather with 100 others to submit a petition calling for the Cambodian government to respect the Paris Peace Agreements on the 29th anniversary of their signing.
A group of timber traders smashed the windows of a journalist’s car while he was reporting on the illegal transportation of timber over the Sekong bridge in Stung Treng province on October 20.
Despite her fears that the floodwater in her home would rise while her family was sleeping at night, 50-year-old In Chanthy said she has nowhere else to go.
Employees of trash collection firm Cintri agreed to return to work across Phnom Penh on the evening of October 14 after the company said it would meet their demands when their contracts end on January 31 next year, according to union representatives.
Employees of the Cambodian Cultural Village in Siem Reap who have been on strike for two months are now facing new concerns over compensation after the company announced October 11 that it would close permanently next month.