James Ricketson secures a trial delay until after Cambodian election The Australian, who has been accused of espionage in Cambodia, now has a new lawyer and has apologised to the Hun Sen regime. Brisbane Times 6 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Jailed Australian says sorry to Cambodian PM Hun Sen Detained Australian filmmaker James Ricketson has apologised to Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen in a letter published in the Khmer Times newspaper. SBS 2 weeks ago
Crushed hopes greet Aung San Suu Kyi in Australia
Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi is in Sydney for a special Australia-ASEAN summit, with her presence seen as a crushing reminder of lost hope. She is among nine leaders from the..
news across the world - on March 18, 2018
Watch: India, Cambodia exchange four agreements
New Delhi, Jan 27 (ANI): India and Cambodia signed four agreements in the presence of Prime Ministers of both the nations including Narendra Modi along with his Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen in the..
News unlimited - on January 27, 2018
Cambodia marks 39 years since fall of Khmer Rouge rule
Cambodians on Sunday marked 39 years since the fall of the Khmer Rouge, who wiped away nearly a quarter of the country's population. A ceremony in the capital Phnom Penh was led by Prime Minister Hun..
Euronews English - on January 7, 2018
Detained Australian apologises to Hun Sen Detained Australian filmmaker James Ricketson has apologised to Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen in a letter published in the Khmer Times newspaper. SBS 2 weeks ago
Jailed filmmaker James Ricketson apologises to Hun Sen in letter Jailed Australian filmmaker apologised for "any disrespectful comments"he had made regarding his leadership and his government. Sydney Morning Herald 2 weeks ago Also reported by • The Age • Brisbane Times Cambodia in human rights free-fall under PM, investigation reveals Human Rights Watch has released a report investigating the extent of prime minister Hun Sen's personal control over the military and the police. SBS 3 weeks ago
US sanctions Cambodian PM's top bodyguard The Unites States imposes sanctions on the head of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen's bodyguard unit SBS on June 13, 2018
Donald Trump a critical weakness in America’s projection of power Trump’s leadership is viewed be the 13th most effective in the Asia region, alongside Hun Sen of Cambodia, who has led his nation towards dictatorship. Brisbane Times on May 8, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Fears for independence as Phnom Penh Post sold to Malaysian investor The sale of the newspaper, a critic of Hun Sen's government, raises fresh questions about democracy in Cambodia. Brisbane Times on May 6, 2018