Cambodian activists hold protests calling for independent radio director Mam Sonando’s release.
Thailand invites Burma's president to inspect a deep-sea port on the first day of his trip to the neighboring nation.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says his country is not taking sides in the South China Sea dispute.
A rights group calls on Burma to address 'systematic discrimination' against the stateless group.
The Southeast Asian grouping is set to make a common position on its maritime row with China.
Burma holds its first state-level commemoration for opposition leader Aung San Su Kyi’s father and eight other independence leaders.
Tensions between Cambodia and Thailand ease at the disputed Preah Vihear site.
The US Congress will present the Burmese opposition leader with its top award during a historic visit.
The two political groups hope to challenge the ruling Cambodian People’s Party.
A Cambodian court orders a radio broadcaster held without bail during his land clash trial.
The director of the station in Phnom Penh is accused of masterminding a land revolt.
The Southeast Asian body vows to monitor the plight of the ethnic group unwanted in Burma and Bangladesh.
The ILO says Cambodia is not doing enough to stem mass fainting incidents in factories.
Americans are now allowed to pump investments into Burma’s contentious energy sector despite opposition warnings.
Observers say the candidate may bridge the gap between hardliners and reformers in Burma.
Cambodian jails grapple with a ballooning inmate population.
Health officials say Hand Foot and Mouth Disease is behind mysterious deaths in Cambodia.
Burma frees two dozen student activists following ceremonies commemorating a military crackdown.
Burmese police crack down on members of a banned student group ahead of a sensitive anniversary.
Four Cambodians trapped in forced labor on fishing boats off the coast of South Africa are repatriated.
The group calls on Burma to rein in its security forces in Rakhine state.
Burma releases 20 more prisoners of conscience.
The democracy icon’s opposition party defends its decision to avoid using the name introduced during the country’s military regime.
Cambodia will bring home four men who were sold as slaves to a South African fishing company.
Activists in Cambodia, downstream from a planned dam, demand an end to its construction.
A Cambodian appeals court reduces the sentences for the ‘Boeung Kak 13.’
Cambodia’s prime minister says his recent decrees do not flout his earlier ban on land grants.
Members of Burma’s democratic movement blame recent ethnic violence in Rakhine state on immigration policies regarding the Rohingya.
A new report condemns China’s inadequate response to ethnic refugees fleeing fighting in Burma.
A group of NGOS call on Cambodia to stop torture in detention.