Prior demands are now talking points for future negotiations.
A company is accused of intimidating residents in the Cambodian capital to move out of their homes in a land grab bid.
Seventeen armed rebel groups launch talks on a government proposed nationwide cease-fire agreement.
The party will not honor agreements made with Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government.
Top representatives arrive in Kachin state to discuss plans for the government-proposed accord.
But chances for negotiations remain slim as the CNRP sets preconditions for joining parliament.
She makes her journey with children to join tens of thousands of protesters.
The party cites gains in freedom of expression, but says justice remains elusive.
Myanmar villagers in the copper mine area demand compensation for their crops.
It is the clearest indication yet that the reformist leader will retire in 2015.
They call on the US, UK, and France to help restore multi-party democracy in Cambodia.
The fighting comes amid moves to coax rebel groups to join a nationwide cease-fire.
Supporters submit a petition to the UN calling for an election probe.
The party is expecting 40,000 participants but the government has limited them to one quarter that number.
Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan expressed 'no remorse' in their war crimes trial, the prosecutors say.
The government is working on the legislation in the midst of a spate of bombings.
The move comes as Cambodia's political opposition announces plans for a three-day 'mass rally' this week.
Villagers and monks demand results of probe into man's death in clashes with police.
The government says Karen ethnic group not to blame.
The opposition leader says more nations want an investigation into election fraud.
Nine explosions have rocked the country over the last week.
Those held so far have provided information that is helping police identify other suspects, an official says.
A UN court plans to decide on a dispute over land surrounding an ancient temple.
The project has restarted without fulfilling a government commission's recommendations, they say.
The arrests come as two new blasts bring the number of related incidents to ten.
But the opposition says the move is aimed at calming voters angry with recent poll results.
The incidents are aimed at smearing the country's image, a presidential spokesman says.
The country's election body says a decision by year-end will give sufficient time for 2015 poll preparations.
A chemical weapons watchdog's Nobel Prize triggers calls for Myanmar to fully commit to the convention.
The bronze statue of the beloved former ruler is located in a Phnom Penh park.