Ieng Sary, a Khmer Rouge leader, 87, died. He held senior positions within the Khmer Rouge from 1975 to 1979. Ieng facilitated the mass arrests of innocent Cambodians, sending [...]
The United Nations drug office found that crystal meth is more prominent than ever in East and Southeast Asia, with Burma leading the way in production.
As President Barack Obama is set to visit Cambodia this week, the country was slammed by Human Rights Watch for its long record of abuse under President Hun Sen.
Pete Pin spent the first years of his life in a Cambodian refugee camp. As an infant, Pin and his parents emigrated to Long Beach, Calif., like many survivors of the Khmer [...]
A former leader in Cambodia’s genocidal Khmer Rouge regime was freed after a war crimes tribunal found that she was unfit to stand trial, the court said on Sunday.
The U.N. may be forced to withdraw from the Khmer Rouge war crimes tribunal if funds aren’t coming in.
Nearly 500 Cambodian troops and Thai forces withdrew from a disputed area around Preah Vihear Temple on Wednesday, a year after the International Court of Justice ordered them to. The move is an attempt to realize the ASEAN vision of [...]
A French architect who is said to have known disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai and his wife, Gu Kailai, has not been extradited to China from Cambodia, where he was [...]
Cambodia is turning to China for benefits, but is increasingly compromised by its neighbor.
The second Western judge in half a year has resigned from the United Nations-backed tribunal tasked with investigating and prosecuting former Khmer Rouge leaders in Cambodia.