Brit teacher sexually abused little girl, five, in Cambodia … but judge lets him dodge jail

A BRITISH teacher has avoided jail despite being found guilty of sexually abusing a five-year-old girl he taught in Cambodia. Mark Smith, 40, was the vice principal of Golden Bridge International School, in Phnom Penh, when he took the young student home


Tokyo's envoy urges free and fair elections in Cambodia

An envoy of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is in Cambodia for talks on regional issues and bilateral cooperation, also touching on the July election that critics say will be neither free nor fair.


Cambodia Spurns Civil Rights Demands as Democracy Fades

Cambodia has rejected a statement to the United Nations from 45 countries urging it to improve its civil rights climate as Prime Minister Hun Sen strengthens authoritarian rule.


Forty-five countries urge Cambodia to conduct free vote, release opposition leader

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Forty-five countries called on Cambodia on Wednesday to reinstate the main opposition party, release its jailed leader and ensure a July general election is free and fair.


Australia joins UN condemnation of Cambodia but refugee deal remains

Forty-five members of human rights council warn Hun Sen is presiding over an increasingly authoritarian regimeAustralia has joined 44 other nations at the UN human rights council in condemning growing political violence and repression in Cambodia ahead of


Australian charged in Cambodia with locking up three women

Cambodian police allege James Bernard King refused to let the women and two children leave the house, resulting in two-hour stand-off with policeAn Australian man in Cambodia has been arrested and charged for allegedly locking up his girlfriend, her young

United Kingdom

Cambodia: Briton given jail sentence over 'pornography'

Daniel Jones receives a suspended sentence in Cambodia over photos used to promote a pool party.


Briton guilty of 'unintentionally creating pornography' with pool party photos offensive to Cambodian culture

A British expat has been convicted of using "pornographic" photographs to promote a pool party in Cambodia.


Australians in deadly Cambodia explosion were not military personnel

Cambodian authorities say explosion that killed two and injured two was not part of a military exerciseAn Australian man who was killed and another who was injured in a landmine accident at an army base in Cambodia on Thursday were not Australian defence


'Mafia state': protesters rally against Cambodia PM Hun Sen's visit to Australia

Cambodian-Australians say it’s shameful to see ‘this thug’ attend Asean summit in Sydney Hundreds of Cambodian-Australians have protested against the Australian visit of the Cambodian prime minister, Hun Sen, who is accused of human rights violation


Rejecting protectionism, ASEAN and Australia commit to free trade

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Australia reject protectionism and embrace free trade, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his Singapore counterpart Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday.


Australian among two killed in Cambodia landmine accident

Mine explodes when Australian military trainers were working with Cambodian colleagues 50km from Phnom PenhAn Australian and a Cambodian were killed and a second Australian injured when a landmine was accidentally detonated during a military training exer


Briton in Cambodia 'pornographic' images case apologises in court

Daniel Jones could face up to a year in prison if convicted of breaking indecency law to promote pool partyA British man facing up to a year in prison in Cambodia for allegedly posting “pornographic” images on social media to promote a pool party has


UN envoys urges Cambodia to heed need for human rights

The U.N.'s specially appointed researcher on human rights in Cambodia has said it is a mistake for the government of long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen to prioritize stability and development over human rights.


Two British men face jail after ‘molesting teenage boys in Cambodia’

TWO retired Brits are accused of molesting TWELVE teenage boys in Cambodia after allegedly luring them back to their swimming pool. Leslie Peter Henman, 63, and David Malcolm Brock, 65, allegedly invited boys aged between 13 and 15 back to their property


Backpacker jailed for ‘porn dancing’ in Cambodia reveals horrors of hellhole jail and how he was forced to drink PIG’S BLOOD

AN EXPAT jailed in Cambodia for “pornographic dancing” has revealed he drank PIG’S BLOOD while imprisoned and claims his passport was withheld until he paid £4,000 in cash. Paul Brasch, 32, spent almost two weeks locked inside a tiny cell w

Life & Style

U.S. turns to music in bid to woo Cambodians

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - With U.S.-Cambodian relations at a low and Chinese influence growing, Washington is trying a new way to win hearts and minds: sponsoring a well-known Cambodian musician to sing...

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