The country will launch its own investigation into ethnic clashes that left dozens dead.
A Cambodian independent radio station head is suffering from breathing difficulties and acute diarrhea in prison.
Burmese authorities release local NGO staff held amid ethnic violence between Rohingyas and Rakhines.
Burma's newly appointed vice president is seen as politically moderate.
Burma’s Lower House of Parliament says a ruling on affairs committees was unlawful.
The surprise resignation of Cambodia’s Prince Norodom Ranariddh paves the way for the merger.
Their third meeting aimed at assessing reforms comes amid tensions in Rakhine state.
Twenty-four Burmese political parties want U.N. human rights envoy Tomas Quintana removed.
Opposition members cannot question him about an agreement between Cambodia and Vietnam.
Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy expects a ‘political solution’ before 2013 elections.
The Burmese government reaches out to a democracy movement the former military regime had crushed.
Recently uncovered remains are thought to be victims of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime.
Cambodian high school students pay bribes, look up answers.
Fatalities are reported in Burma's volatile Rakhine state as villages are torched.
But some Burmese newspapers black out their front pages to express their disgust over censorship.
Cambodia’s health ministry says doctors cannot leave the poor untreated.
The U.N. asks Burma to set up a South African-style panel to probe human rights abuses.
Cambodia sends soldiers to help provide land titles to villagers lacking the documents.
The World Bank and the ADB move to support the once-pariah state’s political reforms with development aid.
Cambodia's prime minister denies accusations of attempts to block free speech.
A new Human Rights Watch report says Burmese authorities ‘colluded’ with Rakhines against the Rohingya in June violence.
The popular magazines land in hot water after speculating on details of an expected cabinet shakeup.
But rights groups and unions fear a crackdown on peaceful protests.
Representatives from Cambodia’s two largest opposition parties meet for the first time inside Cambodia.
A UN expert will visit Burma's volatile Rakhine state to investigate recent violence.
Groups call for electoral reform and more representation for ethnic minorities.
Reports of bribery in Cambodian schools underscore the country's uphill battle against corruption.
Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi focuses on ethnic minority rights in her first address to parliament.
Its industry minister says the country's average income per person could soon eclipse those of its two neighbors.
A mammoth joint port venture gets the nod during Burmese president Thein Sein's visit to Thailand.