The former commandant of an infamous Khmer Rouge torture camp addresses the court and the country.
In the run-up to Burma's first elections in 20 years, the junta is urging loyal businessmen to stand as candidates.
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.