Sam Rainsy had suggested a letter from the king endorsing an upcoming election was ‘legally worthless.’
Destruction after the accident in Sarangani Bay is said to be extensive.
Pyongyang seems to be heading in the direction of economic reforms, for which it will require Beijing's economic aid.
U.N. and World Bank chiefs will visit refugee camps on July 1, foreign ministry official says.
One critic says money could embolden PM Hun Sen in his widening repression of political opponents.
William Nguyen, a graduate student from Texas, apologizes for breaking Vietnam's laws and pledges to keep away from future protests.
The former guards demand severance pay and evidence of claims they shared child pornography.
Aung Ko Htway now faces charges for allegedly desecrating the country’s seal.
The 95 internally displaced families can live in the homes permanently but cannot sell them or the land they are on.
A rights group says courts fail to presume innocence or probe claims of confessions made under duress.
Numbers of those kidnapped differ in North Korean and Japanese statements, and some may still be held.
Regulator wants less 'feudal superstition' on the small screen and more stories about ordinary Chinese people.