Eight journalists were earlier this month detained by police overnight after they “unknowingly” entered a private plantation in Ratanakiri province.
The Banteay Meanchey Provincial Court has summoned two journalists for questioning, apparently in relation to a land dispute between tycoon Lach Bunlim and local residents in Poipet city.
Journalists taken to court can receive legal representation from Prime Minister Hun Sen’s lawyers, the Information Ministry announced this week.
The Ratanakiri Provincial Court on Wednesday delayed a hearing into an incitement case against two former Cambodia Daily journalists, without setting a new date, because one of three judges involved in the case was overseas.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court will announce on August 30 its verdict against two Radio Free Asia journalists charged with espionage, it said this morning.