Cambodian staff are to get back pay within two to three weeks.
Ethnic minorities march against the construction of a hydroelectric dam in northeastern Cambodia.
A newly leaked letter suggests that a high-ranking Cambodian official seeks to influence a court decision.
A Human Rights Watch researcher returns from Burma unimpressed with the rights situation in the country.
Thousands of Cambodian textile workers attack a factory in a fourth straight day of protests.
Thousands of Burmese refugees are left homeless after a blaze ignites at a camp in Thailand.
Garment workers say their factory has ignored orders from Cambodia’s labor resolution body.
Police in Cambodia are searching for a man who fired on factory workers demanding higher wages.
A key leader of Burma's 2007 pro-democracy Saffron Revolution faces new legal action a month after his prison release.
Donor countries and Khmer Rouge Tribunal officials to discuss urgent funding needs.
Factory workers in Cambodia have been forced to work overtime beyond the limits allowed by law, says a government official.
Thousands flee Burma to escape fighting between government and ethnic armies.
A senior U.S. lawmaker wants the Burmese government to invite foreign observers to elections.
NGOs are concerned by the growing numbers of Cambodians enslaved on Thai fishing boats.
Forced Cambodian laborers on Thai fishing vessels manage to flee to Indonesia.
Employees at a Burmese shoe factory demand salary for holiday closures.
A top U.N. envoy warns Burma against backsliding on recent reforms.
But prodemocracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi insists constitutional changes are critical.
A court in Cambodia hands the former prison head the stiffest penalty allowed under international law.
The Burmese government and the Mon armed ethnic group sign a preliminary ceasefire pact.
Two women remove their clothes to highlight the plight of evicted villagers in Cambodia’s capital.