As investment in Cambodia’s textile industry surges, so is labor unrest, putting pressure on suppliers to international garment brands to raise wages and improve conditions.
At least 23 workers are hurt in Cambodia when police using stun batons move in to end a protest over pay at a factory there.
Two cases are plunging Cambodia into soul searching over how far to pursue war-crimes accusations against former commanders.
The EU says Cambodia should pay more to support a Khmer Rouge war crimes tribunal beset by resignations and strike threats by unpaid workers.
Tens of thousands of Cambodians pay their last respects to former King Norodom Sihanouk, a much-loved figure who was powerless to prevent decades of war.
Cambodian staff at a Khmer Rouge war crimes tribunal have gone two months without pay and are threatening a walkout amid allegations of government obstruction.