A Burmese man describes how he was forced to beat other illegal workers by a Malaysian trafficking gang to buy his own freedom.
A new report prompts Malaysia to investigate persistent allegations that Burmese migrants have suffered gravely, while traffickers act with impunity.
The Burmese junta tortures 'a lot' of its critics, says a senior U.N. official, who also says he expects human rights monitoring to increase.
Known for their sidesplitting, irreverent comedy, Burma's Moustache Brothers have found a way around the ban that keeps them from performing in public.
A Muslim minority group unrecognized by Burma's military regime has sparked a diplomatic flurry, as they take to the high seas to escape persecution.
Cambodians don't trust their own legal system, and corruption allegations in a high-profile Khmer Rouge trial don't help.
A French scholar takes the stand in Cambodia, becoming the first witness in a landmark trial of ex-Khmer Rouge leaders.
Frustration in the U.S. Senate over ineffective sanctions prompts a new look at Burma policy.
Producers of laphet, a ceremonial dish of pickled green tea leaves, say they are scrambling to recall their products after reports of contamination by textile dyes.
Cambodia’s international tribunal for top Khmer Rouge officials hears arguments over whether to move the one defendant who has voiced remorse to a site away from the others.