The group says land marked for their relocation lacks the infrastructure to support them.
Only those legally in the country will be resettled, with the rest sent back to Vietnam, a government spokesman says.
The groups highlight a dispute in Preah Vihear province connected to a government land concession.
Hun Sen’s bet that Kem Sokha won’t be freed suggests the opposition chief’s case is already decided.
Rhona Smith also calls for an end to pre-trial detention at the end of her sixth visit to Cambodia.
But former CNRP leader Sam Rainsy says the move will come in December in response to international pressure.
After trying to petition at cabinet offices and government ministries, they are turned away by police.
Meanwhile, villagers attempting to present petitions in land-dispute cases are held and questioned by police.
At least 13 reporters have been murdered in the country since 1994, with nearly no convictions.
Rights group says juveniles, pregnant mothers, babies especially at risk in harsh living conditions.
Logs are now sent by night across the border to Vietnam in specially modified vehicles, a local source says.
Stung Treng officials have yet to rebuild roads, schools, and health clinics, they say.
But NGOs and legal experts say more must be done to restore judicial integrity and independence.
The former president of the opposition CNRP is being held under tight restrictions in house arrest while awaiting trial.
He sends condolences to the family of CNRP lawmaker Cheam Channy, who died of cancer on Oct. 25.
Impact from Laos’ Don Sahong Dam felt downstream in Cambodia.
NGOs say authorities discouraged celebrations amid calls to reconvene the agreement’s signatories.
The protests come weeks after the EU said it will drop Cambodia’s preferential trade status over rights abuses.
The Inter-Parliamentary Union also demands to meet with opposition chief Kem Sokha under house arrest.
The EU has threatened Cambodia with a loss of trade status over rigged election, rights violations.
Logging continues in spite of promised government efforts to end the cross-border trade.
The threat by the Labor Ministry spokesperson targets Cambodians working in Japan, Thailand, South Korea, and other countries.
The cost of renting the plane for himself and a large entourage to fly to New York has still not been officially disclosed.
He was accused by Hun Sen of pointing to government complicity in the murder of popular political commentator Kem Ley in 2016.
Kim Sok had gone into hiding in Thailand in mid-September in the face of an arrest warrant.
A surge in development turns Sihanoukville into a 'Chinese town,' sources say.
Meanwhile, a former commune official is sent back to jail for defying Prime Minister Hun Sen in an online video.
The bloc will reinstate tariffs on Cambodian goods without ‘clear and demonstrable improvements.’
Ou Chanrath says that opposition party members still jailed pose no threat to national security and should be freed.
Khmer National Liberation Front leader Sam Serey calls recent arrests a government plot to discredit him.