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Former Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha freed from jail

Former Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha freed from jail

The former opposition leader has been freed after more than a year in jail, but critics of Hun Sen's regime are cynical about the timing.

  • by James Massola

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Australian James Ricketson found guilty of espionage in Cambodia
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Australian James Ricketson found guilty of espionage in Cambodia

An unusually long trial ended in Cambodia on Friday, after the filmmaker strongly rejected that any evidence of spying had been offered against him.

  • by Erin Handley
'Perhaps I am a political prisoner': Australian James Ricketson grilled over Turnbull letter
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'Perhaps I am a political prisoner': Australian James Ricketson grilled over Turnbull letter

The Australian filmmaker, on trial in Cambodia for espionage, was grilled by judges over his letter to former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.

  • by Erin Handley
James Ricketson's trial goes to the movies as life imitates art
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James Ricketson's trial goes to the movies as life imitates art

Making a film about starving on a desert island was unintended preparation for a life in a Cambodian jail.

  • by Erin Handley
'Unbelievable': Australian filmmaker James Ricketson decries evidence against him

'Unbelievable': Australian filmmaker James Ricketson decries evidence against him

One of the pieces of evidence was a letter to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

  • by Erin Handley
Don't interfere with Cambodia's 'smooth' election: China to world

Don't interfere with Cambodia's 'smooth' election: China to world

A top Chinese government diplomat says foreigners should not interfere in Cambodia's internal affairs after an election was broadly criticised as being neither free nor fair.

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Cambodian opposition leader calls for protests
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Cambodian opposition leader calls for protests

Preliminary results broadcast on state television showed the ruling party has won at least 70 per cent of the vote in each of the country's 25 provinces.