Three convicted of beatings outside National Assembly are released after serving a year of a four-year sentence, but questions remain.
Aung San Suu Kyi says the government will make public the findings of its investigation of reported atrocities after it collects evidence.
However, Andy Hall still faces imprisonment after being convicted in a separate complaint.
Local police blame ethnic armed insurgents for the explosion.
Renata Lok-Dessallien and other diplomats want a credible investigation of alleged human rights abuses.
Jailed opposition activists urge both parties to put aside their differences, while others urge Western aid freeze over repression.
Civil society organizations seek restrictions on sand exports to Singapore citing concern over the environmental and social impact.
A group of ASEAN parliamentarians is concerned that systems are not in place there to protect the rights of ordinary citizens
Security guards are escorting teachers who fled violence back to village schools.
Government troops’ use of heavy artillery has injured two villagers, the rebel army reports.
While media and outside observers are kept out of a conflict zone, a Rakhine state lawmaker claims residents burned down their own homes.
They were trying a short-cut across Vietnam to a sensitive temple location back inside Cambodia when stopped.
Capture of 8 in Ngasakyu follows arrest of two others based on detained insurgent's testimony.
A spokesman accuses people abroad of circulating old photos to the U.N., rights groups, and international media.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court says it needs more time to find witnesses and evidence, as a U.S. diplomat urges renewed talks.
Myanmar receives an overall ranking of 170 out of 190 economies on the ease of setting up and running a business in the country.
A powerful legislative committee dominated by the Cambodian People’s Party approved draconian new rules for lawmakers.
Bao You Xiang says that the United Wa State Army and the Mongla group can work out their issues.
Some schools open as the area searches for normalcy following the attacks and retaliation.
The outposts are being constructed along the border with Bangladesh to provide additional security for displaced residents when they return home.
The investigation serves as a backdrop to the turmoil that roils the nation as Sam Rainsy may seek to return and Hun Manet gets heckled.
The Rakhine state government will provide them with what they need to return home, official says.
U.N. special rapporteur on human rights in Cambodia says the country needs to move out of the past.
They want military and rebel group leaders to sign a nationwide cease-fire agreement with the government.
Meanwhile, mayhem in the township has driven 3,000 displaced people to nearby areas.
Two local groups have donated bags of rice for the villagers via the military because of the area’s security lockdown.
The asylum seekers say they fear going back to Vietnam, but will go to another country.
Civil society organizations in Myanmar meanwhile urge authorities to set up camps to house those displaced in the fighting.
The slain government critic's 100-day funeral ceremony wraps up as former students produce a compilation of his essays.
The attackers led armed training classes for local extremist youth in Maungdaw township, the government says.