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UN Envoy, NGOs Rebuke Gov’t Over Recent Spate of Arrests

By: Kuch Naren , The Cambodia Daily, 19 November 2014

The U.N.’s human rights envoy to Cambodia on Tuesday joined a group of local NGOs in criticizing a spate of recent arrests of activists, monks and opposition figures. 445 more words

Boeung Kak

UN Envoy, NGOs Rebuke Gov’t Over Recent Spate of Arrests

By: Kuch Naren , The Cambodia Daily, 19 November 2014

The U.N.’s human rights envoy to Cambodia on Tuesday joined a group of local NGOs in criticizing a spate of recent arrests of activists, monks and opposition figures. 445 more words

Forced Evictions

In relics case, justice takes time

By: Chhay Channyda, Phnom Penh Post, 18 November 2014

The speed at which 11 people – 10 land activists and a monk – were sentenced to one year in prison last week shows just how fast the justice system in Cambodia can work. 846 more words

Land Dispute

Borei Keila tycoon faces setback

By: Chhay Channyda, Phnom Penh Post, 18 November 2014

Businesswoman Suy Sophan – who is usually subjected to angry demands for her to finish building flats she owes Borei Keila evictees – has this time been ordered to cease building on a site elsewhere in the capital. 552 more words

Development

Protest held at Prey Sar in support of detainees

By:Khouth Sophak Chakrya, Phnom Penh Post, 17 November 2014

Hundreds of people gathered yesterday morning in front of Phnom Penh’s Prey Sar prison to demand the release of 17 incarcerated activists, monks and opposition members. 300 more words

Human Rights

Otres families in farm fight

By:Sen David, Phnom Penh Post, 17 November 2014

Some 150 families from Otres commune in Preah Sihanouk’s Stung Hav district have asked the authorities to lend them a hand after a local businesswoman allegedly ordered their crops to be cleared. 164 more words

Human Rights

Yorm Bopha ready to step to fore again

By:Khouth Sophak Chakrya and Shane Worrell,Phnom Penh Post, 14 November 2014

With Tep Vanny and other Boeung Kak activists back in prison, Yorm Bopha is again ready to lead her community’s fight for justice. 438 more words

Human Rights