U.S. health officials have found lead and arsenic in traditional Burmese medications used by refugee families. Are children back in Burma also affected?
Five ex-leaders of the Khmer Rouge go on trial, and Cambodia's youth get a chance to learn the truth about an era kept secret for the last 30 years.
A leading Burmese labor activist isn't getting the care she needs in prison for a heart ailment.
A leader of the 2007 Saffron Revolution is still fighting back from a remote prison in northern Burma.
A Burmese dissident's wife calls on prison authorities to treat her husband's eyesight before he goes blind.
Jailers in the central Burmese city of Meiktila face new allegations of abusing political detainees.
A U.N. investigator calls on Burma's military government to make major reforms ahead of planned elections.
A desperate ethnic minority group in Burma gets more help from the U.N.'s refugee agency.
Health groups call for a probe into abuses by Burma’s junta during 2008 cyclone relief efforts.
A Burmese journalist is honored for bravery but may not have heard about it in prison.
A Burmese dissident freed after serving more than 18 years in jail says he and many others outside the prison walls are now struggling to survive.
Lawyers clash over evidence at pretrial hearings in Cambodia's long-awaited Khmer Rouge trial.
Three decades after the atrocities of Cambodia's "Killing Fields," the Khmer Rouge's lead torturer appears in court.
A Burmese appeal court reduces two prison terms as a senior U.N. envoy visits.
Times are likely to get tougher for Cambodia’s already impoverished workers.
Burmese nationals and other foreigners in Chinese prisons face forced labor under brutal conditions.
A Cambodian property developer forcefully evicts residents to develop a commercial site in the capital Phnom Penh. Talk of compensation ends in the midst of confusion over land rights.
Burmese guards beat prisoners and deprived them of food after a riot following last year’s cyclone. A group of survivors was sentenced on Jan. 11 to additional terms of 2-12 years.
Rangoon police tell reporters they seized 89 kilograms of heroin bound for Singapore.
Burmese authorities made several cuts to U.S. President Barack Obama's inauguration speech, in particular the sections dealing with authoritarian regimes.
Economic hardship is pushing young Cambodian girls into the sex trade while legislation drives the trade underground.
Burmese groups condemn the lack of health care for political prisoners after the wife of a young activist suffers a miscarriage in jail.
A Burmese labor activist in Malaysia describes how he was kidnapped and intimidated for speaking out against human trafficking.
An American academic couple abandons a visit to Burma because one of them is blacklisted.
Cambodia's highest court orders a retrial in the 2004 killing of a top labor leader.