Testimony did not fit charges made against them, their lawyer says.
Cambodia’s opposition head says his party is in talks for his return.
They say a delay in candidates' list is meant to push for electoral reform.
After half a century of stagnation, customers are lining up to buy from the former pariah nation.
He is asked to serve six years from a previous conviction.
Sam Rainsy says irregularities with voter lists and ballot monitoring must be fixed.
But he will not intervene in jailed land activist Yorm Bopha’s case, his spokesman says.
Six of them face the death penalty if convicted while the seventh is produced in a juvenile court.
The Burmese president's assurance comes after a spate of attacks on minority Muslims.
Cambodia's ruling party puts 14 of its progeny up for contest in upcoming national polls.
But Chea Vichea's brother is still calling for justice in the trade unionist's assassination.
Burmese President Thein Sein relinquishes his role as USDP chairman.
Watchdog groups will seek global support if the demands are ignored.
Burma's president remains the ruling party's chairman, a lawmaker says.
More than 20 people have been arrested in connection with the religious violence.
A Freedom House poll shows slight improvement in scores by mainland China and North Korea.
Burmese authorities arrest 18 over the latest Buddhist-Muslim violence.
The factory employees demand better pay and improved benefits.
The United Wa State Army gets missile-equipped helicopters.
Buddhists and Muslims clash in the latest unrest in the region.