The Burmese government is asked to end the Kachin conflict through peaceful means instead of military force.
The Burmese government allows privately-owned newspapers to be published in a new reform move.
Rights groups slam the verdicts on two court cases, saying 2012 is the worst year in a decade for rule of law in Cambodia.
Fighting intensifies after a military ultimatum to rebels in Burma's Kachin state is ignored.
A Cambodian land activist is released after a three-month pre-trial detention criticized by rights groups
Burma's president seeks greater transparency in government as a spur to reforms.
The Burmese military want Kachin rebels to stop blocking a key route to be used by government troops.
Rice farmers say they were denied water rights as members of Cambodia’s political opposition.
Rights groups criticize the acquittal of a former governor.
A UN official calls on leaders in Burma’s Rakhine state to accept ethnic differences for peace.
The US Ambassador to Burma expresses concern about Kachin refugees in northern Burma.
Cambodia’s war crimes tribunal says its national component is in dire financial straits.
Members of Parliament from the Cambodian People’s Party won’t meet with villagers over land disputes.
A court refuses Cambodian activist Mam Sonando’s request for release on bail pending his appeal.
The four Burmese protesters refuse to be bailed out in an act of defiance, sources say.
A UN official meets with jailed Cambodian radio station chief Mam Sonando.
Cambodia’s prime minister says he is too busy to meet with the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights.
Burmese monks demand a full official apology to victims of a police raid at a copper mine.
The protesters who campaigned against a copper mine in northern Burma will face trial.
Two Cambodian activists say authorities made them sign false confessions in detention.
He pledges to address villagers’ concerns over an alleged land grab in talks with Cambodia’s government.
The Burmese former monk believes he was held to prevent him from protesting against a police crackdown.
Cambodian authorities arrest a journalist who exposed the illegal smuggling of timber.
Cambodia’s prime minister ignores a land dispute petition from ethnic minority villagers while distributing land titles to others.
Aung San Suu Kyi promises an inquiry into a controversial copper mine in northern Burma will be based on what is best for the people.
Two Cambodian doctors found negligent in a boy’s death are moved to new clinics.
A delegation visits Mandalay to discuss a brutal crackdown by Burmese police with monks and activists.
A commission is set to investigate a controversial copper mine in northern Burma but a crackdown on protesters is no longer under its purview.
A panel investigating a police crackdown on protests against a copper mine is restructured after prominent activists refuse to participate.
A Cambodian physician is sacked for allegedly refusing to treat a patient who died of a snake bite.