A Cambodian lawyer describes his experiences representing defendants against government-backed plaintiffs.
Working in collusion with police, they demand money for permission to load trucks and transport goods.
Churches are raided, believers harassed and jailed, U.S. State Department says.
Boeung Kak Lake residents detail court mistreatment to Rhona Smith during her visit.
The move comes after the party’s president is arrested on charges of insulting the military.
The military has accused Aung Htet of insulting it with a song his music group composed and sang.
Around 2,000 monks and nuns are to be expelled from the complex by year’s end.
The department of justice retrospectively defines their protest as a riot, sending 12 people to jail for more than a year.
Gao Zhisheng, recently under house arrest in the northern province of Shaanxi, hasn't been seen or heard of since Sunday, amid growing fears for his safety.
Hun Sen and Thongloun Sisolith move to ease tensions along the border following talks in Vientiane.
Gomar Choephel had been convicted on charges related to ‘subverting the state.’
Vietnamese bishop from disaster-stricken coastal area visits Taiwan to compare notes with lawyers who have dealt with pollution cases involving Formosa.