Governments must do more to implement anti-trafficking laws, according to a new U.S. report on human trafficking.
A UN-backed tribunal in Cambodia begins proceedings against four senior Khmer Rouge members.
An armed ethnic group won’t end fighting until Burma grants greater autonomy.
Explosions occur in two major Burmese urban centers.
The Burmese pro-democracy leader pushes for release of all political prisoners.
Ethnic minorities in Cambodia want a Chinese mining company to end exploratory digs for bauxite.
The democracy icon turns 66 in freedom.
Clashes escalate between Burma's military and ethnic minority armies.
Trip marks a shift in EU policy.
Ethnic nationals scramble to safety after 'civil war' breaks out in northern Burma.
Eight suspected smugglers are held in Thailand, but the whereabouts of 50 other victims are unknown.
Investigating judges' staff quit amid fears court officials are caving in to government pressure.
Cambodian authorities limit debate on a proposed law that would regulate civil groups.
Burmese authorities throw protesting prisoners into special chambers where activists say they could be tortured.
U.S. diplomat meets with Burma’s opposition leader.
Climbing fuel costs are causing Cambodian parents to pull their children out of school.
A pro-democracy party wants Washington to further political reform in Burma.
Partial pardons fail to address concerns regarding Burma’s political prisoners.
A U.N. official says Burma’s new government has pledged ‘concrete steps’ towards reform.
Burma’s opposition wants assistance in pushing for democratic reform from the new government.
Asia suffers a modest decline in an annual media freedom survey.
Missing an arm and a leg, an ex-Burmese soldier wages a battle of a different kind.
The Burmese democracy icon says a reconciliation plan fell apart after the junta refused to release her.
Cambodia and Thailand exchange fire in a border skirmish, scuttling a shaky ceasefire agreement.
Police in Cambodia’s capital beat and detain residents seeking government intervention.
A Cambodian court will try the prime minister’s relative and a high-ranking official on charges of graft.
The Cambodian government says a proposed law regulating NGOs will proceed unchanged.
The region is hit by slow economic growth and rising food and oil prices.
Critics question the transparency of Cambodia’s graft investigation process.
The opposition says Burma’s new government only plans to change its 'clothing.'