A Burmese lawyer now in exile says authorities tortured evidence out of his clients.
A Burmese social activist wanted for helping the victims of Cyclone Nargis says the authorities have sentenced his pregnant wife to 26 years in jail.
Local groups see no progress this year in human rights in Cambodia.
A brutal assault on two Cambodian women highlights what the government says is an escalating pattern of violence against women.
Burma’s powerful military returns a child soldier to his family.
Burma's military government hands down severe prison sentences to its critics, and more are expected.
Controversy heats up over plans to develop an area of the Cambodian capital and evict its residents.
Two lawyers get six-month jail terms for contempt of court.
A lawyer for six jailed opposition activists vows to appeal their sentences.
Another key figure in Burma's 2007 uprising eludes capture.
Burmese police refuse to summon defense witnesses in the trial of six dissidents, and verdicts are imminent.
Four bombings have occurred in and near Rangoon over the last month.
Dozens of dissidents and activists face closed trials in Burma, including a leading monk.
Thailand and Cambodia take steps to ease tensions after a deadly clash.
Political obstruction and lack of access to affected areas have blocked U.N. efforts to end recruitment of child soldiers in Burma.
The only leader of Burma's 2007 uprising known to have escaped custody says monks have been singled out for rough treatment.
Veteran opposition party member Win Tin has called for substantive talks with Burma's military regime on the future of his country, after his release from a 19-year jail term in Rangoon's Insein prison.
Burmese exile Web sites come under cyber-attack.
Burma arrests a longtime activist, who now faces new risks in prison.
A Burmese court hands down sentences to 10 men in connection with last year's uprising, amid stepped-up security.
A Khmer-American woman launches a new quest to find a sister who disappeared in Cambodia 33 years ago.
Still reeling from a deadly cyclone, Burmese mark 20 years since the start of a 1988 pro-democracy uprising.
Cambodia's ruling party claims an election victory, but the opposition says voting was rigged.
Three Burmese women who went to work legally in Malaysia are now being held in one of the country's notorious immigration jails after they lodged a complaint of mistreatment and sexual harassment against a co-worker.
As Cambodia's election campaign heats up, a journalist linked to the opposition is killed along with his son.
Cambodia's long-lost "jungle girl" makes progress in small steps after 18 years in the forest.
A monk describes the grisly task faced by his team of volunteers in dealing with the bodies of those who died in Cyclone Nargis.
Burmese authorities have detained another noted personality after he aided victims of the devastating Cyclone Nargis.
Burmese cyclone survivors and healthcare workers say the junta is still diverting aid.
A private group run by several prominent Burmese is turning attention to the psychological trauma suffered by the millions of victims of Tropical Cyclone Nargis.