The opposition says Burma’s new government only plans to change its 'clothing.'
Appellants at Cambodia’s war crimes tribunal say the former jailer ‘showed no remorse.’
A UN-backed tribunal in Cambodia is reviewing the sentence of a Khmer Rouge warden.
The number of dead and the extent of damage continues to increase in the wake of an earthquake in Burma.
Tremors unnerve residents of Burma and Thailand just two weeks after a devastating quake hits Japan.
A gasoline and diesel black market thrives in Burma, while an illicit border fuel trade haunts Vietnam and Cambodia.
MPs ask Cambodia’s king to pardon Sam Rainsy following a sentence he says was politically motivated.
Two young women travel from the dumps of Cambodia to the White House.
Pro-junta groups are suspected in an attempt to discredit a Burmese exile news site.
A continued emphasis on military spending suggests a slow political transition for Burma.
A panel blames the World Bank for botching a land dispute in Cambodia’s capital.
Junta chief Than Shwe is a big football fan.
Cambodia has provisionally set free a man jailed for the murder of a union official.
Sam Rainsy calls his convictions an attempt to exclude him from Cambodian elections.