Saturday, 28th May 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Cambodia’s local elections: Authoritarian government clamps down on opposition

By France 24
02 June 2017   |   4:31 pm
This week, we head to Cambodia, one of the poorest countries in Southeast Asia where former Khmer Rouge fighter Hun Sen has been in power for more than 30 years.

Related

29 Jun 2019
Graveyards may traditionally be the eternal resting place for the dead, but in Cambodia, they are increasingly becoming a place to stay for the living as land disputes plague the nation's poor.
24 Jun 2019
Police drawing guns on a black man in California, 'begpacking' in Southeast Asia, and more
13 Aug 2019
After years of exile in Laos for violating lese-majeste laws, the Thai protest band Faiyen arrived in France, seeking asylum and singing songs forbidden at home. Their escape comes as more activists are disappearing.
15 Aug 2019
Barbecued field rats might not be everybody's idea of a tasty treat, but in Cambodia's rural Battambang province they are popular as a cheap and quick snack.
24 Aug 2019
Cambodia has seen a huge influx of Chinese investment, workers and tourists in recent years. Many in Cambodia are increasingly worried about the negative impact it is having.
5 Jan 2020
Hundreds of soldiers and rescuers frantically picked through the rubble of a collapsed building in southern Cambodia on Saturday looking for bodies as the death toll from the disaster rose to seven.
6 Jan 2020
The rescue effort lasted almost two days, mobilizing hundreds of workers to pull out people from the rubble. Experts say low safety standards in Cambodia raise the risk of accidents at construction sites.
7 Mar 2020
Def Jam, the label behind superstars from LL Cool J to Jay-Z and Rihanna, is snapping up rap stars from the untapped Southeast Asian market where streaming platforms are flourishing.
2 Jun 2020
With foreign tourists not visiting Cambodia, an increasing number of people find it difficult to make ends meet. Experts say the tourism industry will take years to revive. Ate Hoekstra reports from Siem Reap.
5 Sep 2020
Comrade Duch was a Cambodian war criminal sentenced to life in prison and former head of the Khmer Rouge movement. He died serving a life sentence.
25 Sep 2020
A five-year-old giant African pouched rat called Magawa has won the animal equivalent of Britain's highest civilian honour for bravery because of his uncanny knack of sniffing out landmines and unexploded devices.
3 Dec 2020
A 35-year-old elephant has been transferred to a wildlife sanctuary in Cambodia after his miserable condition at an Islamabad zoo sparked a global outcry. American singer Cher campaigned for his freedom for years.