Hun Sen News
Southeast Asian leaders to sign security agreement in Sydney
Southeast Asian leaders will sign an agreement on regional cooperation against violent extremism as the risk from returning foreign fighters grows with Islamic State group militant losses in the Middle East.
Southeast Asian leaders gather for first Australia summit
Southeast Asian leaders gather for their first summit in Sydney at the weekend as Australia sets the stage for closer economic and security links to its nearest neighbors and demonstrators prepare to protest Myanmar and Cambodia's human rights records
2 killed during land mine clearance training in Cambodia
Cambodian police say a land mine exploded accidently during clearance training at a military base in the country's west, killing 2 people, including an Australian, and injuring 3 others
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
Cambodian court denies opposition leader release on bail
Cambodia's Supreme Court has denied bail for an opposition leader charged with treason who is seeking to be released for medical treatment abroad
Policemen, protesters hurt in Cambodian land dispute
At least seven policemen and two protesters have been hurt in a clash after villagers in northeastern Cambodia blocked a national highway to protest being forced off land they have occupied for at least two years
Cambodian leader rejects call for talks from opposition
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has rejected a request from an opposition leader for talks about the country's political problems, denigrating archrival Sam Rainsy as a traitor and a convict
In Cambodia, Obama Hails 'Constructive' US-China Relationship
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — President Obama today said the United States and China have taken a “cooperative and constructive approach” to their relationship, as he came face-to-face with the rising economic power that his administration is trying to counter-balance in the region. Meeting with ...
Test Your Smarts: This Week's Global News Quiz
QUESTIONS 1) This week an American explorer was airlifted from Antarctica. Name the air base where he was picked up. 2) In what body of water did a U.S. destroyer rescue 8 Iranians? 3) A British medical journal reported on a new concern for mothers...