Human Rights Watch urges President Thein Sein to hold officials accountable for the brutal crackdown.
The announcement follows a breakdown in efforts to independently probe election fraud.
The group calls for broader talks to promote national reconciliation in Myanmar.
The opposition refuses to join the ruling party in any probe without UN participation.
The Cambodian prime minister says he will counter any mass protests by the opposition.
Only 30 percent of villagers near the controversial Chinese-backed copper mine have accepted compensation.
They call for Myanmar to build local infrastructure as China taps natural gas.
Aung San Suu Kyi calls for greater political commitment to push constitutional amendments.
Sam Rainsy insists the UN should participate in investigations into voting irregularities.
MPs expect the new leader will inspire collaboration in the bicameral parliament.
The Cambodian leader addresses the public for the first time following an election setback.
He says the party grabbed at least 63 of the 123 National Assembly seats at stake in weekend polls.
Fears grow that foreign investors may be put off by the persistent space shortage in Yangon.
It calls for an urgent probe on election irregularities.
The Cambodian People's Party's majority in parliament is sliced substantially, according to initial unofficial results.
The shakeup includes a number of non-military scholars as deputy ministers.
Civil society and rights groups slam irregularities as parties hold final rallies.
Some ask whether it is just for show to defuse pressure for change.
Myanmar villagers say they are getting blisters from dust from the Chinese-run mine.
Two last-minute appeals to run in the national election are rejected.
Cambodia's opposition chief makes a new appeal in his desperate bid to contest the elections.
Lahpai Seng Raw is Myanmar's fifth recipient of the prestigious Magsaysay Award.
The Cambodian opposition leader says he should not have to reregister in order to run in next week's polls.
Thein Sein moves closer to fulfilling a pledge to release all jailed dissidents by year-end.
The government says security personnel can campaign for Hun Sen on their own time.
Five supporters are injured by an explosion during Wirathu’s sermon.
The National Election Committee says it is bound by law to keep him off the ballot.
Myanmar's president says he is not preparing to run in the country's next polls.
Cambodian opposition chief says election result will be disputed if he's denied participation in polls.
Sam Rainsy is mobbed by thousands of supporters on his return after a four-year self-imposed exile.