Fighting escalates in northern Burma's resource-rich Kachin state.
The Burmese government seeks legislative approval to abolish the Ministry of Industrial Development.
Burma’s government publishes the names of thousands of people it removed from a ‘no-entry’ list.
Forced labor and other abuses in eastern Burma’s Karen border region are highlighted in a report.
Cambodia’s government rejects a UN report seeking electoral reforms and respect for human rights.
Burma shortens its list of people not welcome in the country, but thousands remain.
UN special envoy Surya Subedi warns of possible unrest in Cambodia if the authorities refuse to embrace election reforms.
Burma frees three local aid workers ordered jailed over ethnic unrest between Rohinygas and Rakhines.
Chinese authorities send at least 1,000 back over the border into Burma.
The brother of two Burmese nationals sentenced to prison last week says they are innocent.
Dams planned for the Mekong River could destroy fish populations and dramatically alter land allocation.
The move is seen as a bid to lift reforms.
Southeast Asian officials meet to address drug-resistant malaria in their cross-border regions.
The Burmese government-appointed group will travel to Rakhine to probe ethnic clashes involving Rohingyas.
Cambodia's tourism ministry will work with an international NGO to help protect children from foreign pedophiles.
Residents of northwestern Myanmar protest inadequate compensation following a forced relocation.
Cambodian authorities say a wanted land rights advocate should face the law.
The heads of two companies linked to human trafficking in Cambodia are likely to have fled the country.
The Cambodian land activist says he did not push villagers to establish a self-governing zone.
But self-censorship concerns remain as work continues on reforms.
Rights watchdogs say the accusation is part of a government attack on Cambodia’s civil society.
The country will launch its own investigation into ethnic clashes that left dozens dead.
A Cambodian independent radio station head is suffering from breathing difficulties and acute diarrhea in prison.
Burmese authorities release local NGO staff held amid ethnic violence between Rohingyas and Rakhines.
Burma's newly appointed vice president is seen as politically moderate.
Burma’s Lower House of Parliament says a ruling on affairs committees was unlawful.
The surprise resignation of Cambodia’s Prince Norodom Ranariddh paves the way for the merger.
Their third meeting aimed at assessing reforms comes amid tensions in Rakhine state.
Twenty-four Burmese political parties want U.N. human rights envoy Tomas Quintana removed.