The plight of 2,200 political detainees languishing in Burma's jails is highlighted to the Red Cross.
Critics call for transparency in a plan to invigorate a local rural Cambodian economy.
The U.N. says Southeast Asia's drug trend is "worrying."
China inks several deals with Cambodia as ties between the two countries grow stronger than ever.
Ordinary people surveyed by Transparency International say corruption levels have increased over the last three years.
Actress Michelle Yeoh has traveled to Burma to prepare for her role in a film about the opposition leader.
Cambodians say that a new anti-corruption law needs better enforcement, and more arrests to follow.
In her third week of freedom, a Burmese democracy icon calls for dialogue to promote a sense of 'security.'
Cambodian officials pledge to conduct a full inquiry into the cause of the tragedy.
In one of Cambodia's worst tragedies in recent years, at least 349 people are killed during a panic on a crowded bridge.
Several of Burma's neighbors welcome the opposition leader's release; others are cautious.
The founder of a HIV/AIDS shelter in Burma says she will challenge a junta eviction order.
Ethnic conflict-ridden areas in Burma are turning into an international nerve center for the illicit tiger trade.
In an exclusive interview with RFA a day after her release, Burma's democracy icon seeks a true dialogue with the ruling military junta and pushes for freedom.
The average Cambodian citizen has yet to see the benefits of the country’s growing tourism industry.
At the end of her latest detention term, Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi is free from being a prisoner in her own home.
Expectations are that Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi will be released this weekend as her detention term ends.
As Burma's military junta-backed party claims big election wins, opposition parties mull joint action.
Post-election clashes between Burma's junta forces and ethnic rebels send tens of thousands into Thailand
Burma's ruling generals come under fire for holding elections seen as not fair or free.
In just-concluded polls in military-ruled Burma, the junta-linked party takes the lead, but the opposition also wins seats.
Ahead of Burma polls, ex-First Lady Laura Bush asks the world to speak up on the absence of reforms in that country.
Ahead of Nov. 7 elections, armed ethnic groups in Burma forge a pact to set up a united force.
In Burma's Nov. 7 polls, two key parties think they can chalk up victories in the Rangoon area.
Ahead of polls, the military junta woos people to vote while activists call for an election boycott.
In Cambodia, controversy surrounds the sale of a woman's kidney to her brother-in-law.
The junta says a democracy icon will be freed following November elections, while the regime's chief pulls out of the polls.
A report on global graft calls for transparency and accountability.
The ancient art of silk weaving is experiencing a revival in Cambodia.
What will happen to Burma's minorities after the national election?