Dutton defends Cambodia refugee deal

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has played down the decision to grant a family of Cambodians asylum while a deal to send refugees from Nauru and Manus Island to Cambodia remains in place.

How Nite Yun Brought the Cambodian Immigrant Experience to Oakland

With the opening of the doors at Nyum Bai this week came chef-owner Nite Yun’s hope that the music spilling out to the patio would carry a story as rich and complex as the Cambodian soul food coming out of her kitchen.

Briton accused of ‘porn dancing’: My Cambodia jail stay was hell

Tom Jeffries says the cell he and 23 others were held in had "a hole in the corner to use for any and all types of sanitation".

British teacher suffers horrifying wounds when she is attacked by a BUFFALO in Cambodia...

This is the moment a British teacher was left with blood gushing from her legs after being viciously attacked by a rampaging buffalo.

Nicer jails for wealthy inmates mulled as fix to Cambodia’s prison overcrowding

Cambodia’s prison population swelled to more than 28,000 inmates last year – well over the system’s capacity – with Interior Minister Sar Kheng suggesting yesterday that the construction of more luxurious pay-to-stay prison blocks for wealthy inmates could help alleviate the severe overcrowding.

U.N. Urges Cambodia to Reconsider Constitutional Changes Amid Fears for Human Rights

U.N. rights experts urged Cambodia on Tuesday to reconsider constitutional amendments, including a law that forbids insulting the monarchy, saying the changes were too vague and failed to meet international standards.

Industries left guessing as Cambodia fails to release customs data for 2017

When government-aligned Fresh News reported on Sunday that bilateral trade between the US and Cambodia had increased to $3.46 billion last year, up more than 8 percent from the year before, they weren’t using Cambodian government data.

Cambodian-Americans Welcome Draft Bill for Further Sanctions on Phnom Penh

Cambodian-Americans have welcomed the drafting of a bill by a group of prominent U.S. Senators that could see further sanctions imposed on Cambodia over its anti-democratic crackdown.

Widow of Slain Cambodian Government Critic Kem Ley is Granted Asylum in Australia

Bou Rachana, widow of slain Cambodian social commentator and government critic Kem Ley, has been granted asylum in Australia, leaving with her five sons from Thailand and arriving in Melbourne on Feb. 17, an Australian lawmaker told RFA's Khmer Service on Monday.

Cambodia’s largest online media outlet launches Chinese-language website

Cambodia's largest online media outlet Fresh News launched a Chinese version of its website on Monday after it has successfully run Khmer and English languages, its publisher said.