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Cambodia’s Cyber-Slavery Trafficking Denials Reflect Official Complicity, Experts Say

Cambodia’s Cyber-Slavery Trafficking Denials Reflect Official Complicity, Experts Say

By David Whitehouse
Despite growing evidence that Cambodia has become a source of industrial-scale cyber-scams, the authorities continue to downplay the extent of the problem.

Smackdown on O’Smach: Cambodia’s Path Out of Tier 3?

Smackdown on O’Smach: Cambodia’s Path Out of Tier 3?

By Arthur Eremita
There may yet be a chance for the country’s new government to charm itself into a human trafficking upgrade.
Cambodia To Block Release of Chinese Cyber-Scam Film

Cambodia To Block Release of Chinese Cyber-Scam Film

By Sebastian Strangio
The Ministry of Culture claims that “No More Bets," which has topped the box office in China, could damage the country's reputation.

Incoming Cambodian PM Hun Manet Burdened With Human Trafficking Challenge

Incoming Cambodian PM Hun Manet Burdened With Human Trafficking Challenge

By Luke Hunt
As the country's leader prepared to hand over power to his son, Indonesian police made arrests connected to an Cambodia-based organ harvesting ring.

Indonesia Rescues 20 From Traffickers in Myanmar

Indonesia Rescues 20 From Traffickers in Myanmar

By Luke Hunt
Jakarta bans its migrant workers from Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar.

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Focus on Human Trafficking Shifts From Cambodia to Myanmar

Focus on Human Trafficking Shifts From Cambodia to Myanmar

By Luke Hunt
Interpol proves its worth in cross-border rescue operation in the country's east.

Hun Sen Knows What is Going on Under His Watch

Hun Sen Knows What is Going on Under His Watch

By Kasit Piromya
Donor countries mustn’t be fooled by the Cambodian leader’s claims that he knows nothing about the country’s rampant cyber-scam human trafficking operations.
Cambodia Says It’s Helping Foreigners Tricked and Enslaved by Traffickers

Cambodia Says It’s Helping Foreigners Tricked and Enslaved by Traffickers

By Sopheng Cheang
Interior Minister Sar Kheng said his ministry is launching a nationwide check of all foreigners in Cambodia amid increasing reports of forced labor and abuse.

Taiwan Frets for ‘Thousands’ Trafficked Into Cambodia

Taiwan Frets for ‘Thousands’ Trafficked Into Cambodia

By Luke Hunt
Taiwan joins the chorus of regional countries expressing concerns about human trafficking in Cambodia, where reports are rife of enslavement, beatings, torture, and being resold.

Tit for Tat: The Fall-out From the US Approach to Politics and Policy in Cambodia

Tit for Tat: The Fall-out From the US Approach to Politics and Policy in Cambodia

By Alex Palmer
Washington was right to censure Phnom Penh in its latest Trafficking in Persons Report. But the U.S. government risks entangling legitimate criticism with geopolitical tensions.

US Adds Vietnam, Cambodia, Brunei to Human Trafficking Blacklist

US Adds Vietnam, Cambodia, Brunei to Human Trafficking Blacklist

By Sebastian Strangio
The State Department's 2022 Trafficking in Persons report gave five out of 11 Southeast Asian nations its lowest Tier 3 rating.
Cambodia Rescues 16 Trafficked Malaysians, Others Still Held Captive

Cambodia Rescues 16 Trafficked Malaysians, Others Still Held Captive

By Luke Hunt
The move came after the Malaysian ambassador wrote to the national police chief to ask for assistance.

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