Thousands of children live on the streets of the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. The organization "Friends International" works to help them gain access to education and later jobs.
The European Union has said it cannot support the vote after the country dissolved the main opposition party. The EU follows a similar move taken by the United States.
The recent dissolution of Cambodia’s main opposition party has cast a dark shadow over the country’s political future, with critics saying it dealt a death blow to democracy there. Ate Hoekstra reports from Phnom Penh.
Kem Sokha, the only major challenger to Prime Minister Hun Sen, has been accused of colluding with the United States to overthrow the government. The charges come amidst a widespread crackdown on opposition voices.
To meet growing demand for food, Cambodian farmers have been increasingly resorting to the use of chemical fertilizers and some banned pesticides. But many are concerned about their negative effect on public health.
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