Bangladesh prods Burma over its treatment of a Muslim minority group.
The U.S. commander in chief makes a blunt appeal to Burma's ruling junta: Let her go.
After an international outcry, Burma's ruling generals let diplomats and a handful of reporters into a high-profile trial.
The trial has begun for a pro-democracy leader in Burma accused of violating the terms of her house arrest, amid calls for her release by local activists and global leaders.
Burma's opposition leader, on trial for breaking the terms of her house arrest, has denied any wrongdoing, amid an international outcry over her prosecution.
U.S. officials call for medical access to a Burmese opposition leader who is ill and under house arrest.
In the second installment of an interview, a Burmese migrant describes abuses suffered by himself and other Burmese at the hands of a human trafficking gang.