A former Burmese military officer describes how children are enticed into the armed forces.
Burmese refugees say more and more youngsters are being press-ganged into working as military porters.
Nearly two years after Burma's Saffron Revolution, an exiled leader of the monks' movement says their ranks are growing.
A dissident leader among Burmese monks tries to uphold his monastic vows in prison.
Two journalists are charged with libel in Cambodia.
The State Department says it is seeking consular access to a U.S. citizen, missing since landing last week in Burma.
A U.S. citizen, the relative of several jailed democracy activists, is unaccounted for after landing in the former Burmese capital, Rangoon.
Ethnic Karen refugees fleeing armed clashes in Burma face grim conditions, and children are the most vulnerable.
But allegations persist of a government role in the 2004 killing of Cambodian labor leader Chea Vichea.
As the Burmese military tightens control over its border regions, Washington voices concern and refugees in neighboring countries debate whether to return home.