Stories about Cambodia from May, 2009
Influenza A(H1N1) cases in Southeast Asia
Several Southeast Asian countries have confirmed that some of their citizens have tested positive for Influenza A(H1N1) infection. The region is no longer swine flu-free. Bloggers react as the virus continues to spread from one country to another.
Cambodia: Activist Parliamentarian May Drop Lawsuit Against Prime Minister
Mu Sochua is an internationally recognized activist and member of the Cambodian National Assembly. She recently filed a lawsuit against the country's prime minister, Hun Sen, for defamatory comments he made in April 2009. Subsequently, Hun Sen filed a countersuit against Mu Sochua, also for defamation.
Cambodia: Hydro-electric dams along Mekong River
Studies warn that construction of several hydro-electric dams along Mekong River pose a serious danger for Cambodia.