The committee will investigate the death of Cambodian logging activist Chut Wutty.
As UN chief Ban Ki Moon visits Burma, Aung San Suu Kyi’s opposition party ends a standoff over a parliamentary oath.
Officials say Chhut Wuthy's killer committed suicide.
Aung San Suu Kyi says it will be ‘smoothed out soon’ and her party will attend Burma’s parliament.
He is gunned down while trying to expose illegal logging activities in a forest reserve.
As trade and tourism links with China grow, more Cambodians are seeking Chinese-language education.
Non-governmental organizations say it is too soon to relax restrictions against Burma.
Thai police liberate a group of Burmese trafficking victims forced to work on a fishing vessel.
Freshly elected opposition party legislators skip their first session.
But talks continue between Burmese authorities and Aung San Suu Kyi's party to resolve a dispute over oath-taking by new MPs.
The opposition party negotiates with Burmese officials to reword a parliamentary pledge.
Burmese authorities refuse a request by Aung San Suu Kyi’s party to amend an oath for MPs.
Phnom Penh threatens to take Laos to court if it moves ahead unilaterally with the Xayaburi dam project.
Rights groups accuse prosecutors of playing down the case.
Investors are betting on big gains at significant risk with the new exchange.
The pro-democracy leader, fresh off an election victory, will leave Burma for the first time since 1988.
Analysts say Cambodia’s backing of the former Thai PM’s supporters sends mixed messages.
British PM wants European nations to suspend sanctions against Burma after significant reforms.
Cambodia plans to expand rubber production to beef up its agricultural sector.
The opposition leader and Burma’s president hold their second round of talks.
The two leaders are scheduled to hold their second meeting in eight months.
A group of civil society organizations in Cambodia warn of disorder if the government does not intervene.
The Burmese government and Karen National Union forge a 13-point peace deal.
Critics say plans to proceed with a China-backed dam project infringe on indigenous customs in Cambodia.
Ethnic Khmer who fled Vietnam and built a new life in Cambodia now find themselves disenfranchised.
The top U.S. diplomat says Washington will begin targeted easing of Burma's sanctions.
The leader of Burma's ruling party says Aung San Suu Kyi's election victory stemmed from her father's popularity.
Beijing’s sway in Cambodia causes controversy in the wake of a presidential visit.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s party has won 43 of the 45 seats in Sunday’s by-election, official results confirm.
The head of Burma’s Elections Commission says those who commit voter fraud will face jail time.