Four months after violence hit western Burma, people still flee their homes and the situation remains tense, the U.N. says.
Rights groups want accountability and transparency for U.S. firms entering Burma.
Rights groups and the wife of Cambodian environmentalist Chut Wutty say the court trial ended without a full probe of his death.
The firings suggest an internal rift in eastern Burma’s Karen state.
He swiftly assumes the lead role in Cambodia's opposition alliance.
The Burmese opposition chief received accolades throughout her two-week visit.
A minister in the president's office says laws should be changed to allocate more wealth to ethnic states.
A Cambodian court comes under fire for giving lenient sentences to two Frenchmen convicted of child sex.
The Cambodian government approves registration of the united party with Sam Rainsy as its leader.
Rights groups condemn the conviction of Cambodian activist Mam Sonando as politically motivated.
The son of ousted Chinese politician Bo Xilai speaks out in defense of his father.