Chhom Nimol is the lead singer of the LA-based band Dengue Fever. She was born in Cambodia, but has been living in LA for the past decade or so. Now, after waiting 14 years, Nimol finally got her US citizenship and touring with the band just got a lot easier.
The International Court of Justice ruled in 1962 that the Preah Vihear temple belongs to Cambodia, rejecting Thai claims. Now Cambodia's World Heritage bid reignited Thai resentment and there have been small armed clashes. Mary Kay Magistad reports.
Three hundred and seventy five people died in the stampede at a festival in Cambodia. Twice as many more were injured after panic spread through the crowds as the water festival was coming to a close.The BBC's Alistair Leithead has the story.
Author Loung Ung says the deaths at Cambodia's water festival represent the first major trauma experienced by Cambodians since Pol Pot.Ung, the author of ï¿½First They Killed My Father,ï¿½ speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins.
The city in northern Cambodia our Geo Quiz takes us today is a gateway city for international tourists to Angkor. That's Cambodia's world heritage site with its temples that date back to 12th century Khmer civilization.
Thirty years after more than a million people died at the hands of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, a United Nations-backed trial is finally underway. For what this means for Cambodia we are joined by Jonathan Head, the BBC's South Asia correspondent.
Today is the first day of the long-awaited first trial at Cambodia's Khmer Rouge tribunal. The man best known as Comrade Duch faces charges of crimes against humanity for his role in the torture and murder of thousands of people.
Each year, more than 27 million people are trafficked illegally around the world. Stories of modern-day slavery and human trafficking are heartbreaking. But what can one person do about it? Aaron Cohen found a way to help victims.
For some, it's one of the great unsolved mysteries of the Vietnam War. Forty years ago today, photographer Sean Flynn and journalist Dana Stone disappeared in Cambodia. Two amateur excavators now claim to have discovered what happened to the men.
On Monday, Cambodia convicted a major Khmer Rouge figure, Comrade Duch, for his connection with the deaths of 1.7 million people from 1975 to 1979. BBC reporter Guy de Launey reports from Cambodia on the significant conviction.