Locals celebrate the anniversary of Myanmar President Thein Sein's suspension of the Chinese-backed project.
The CNRP will lead a mass protest on the anniversary of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements.
The buildings will be protected until parliament rules on the structures.
The ILO is to publicize companies' compliance with worker rights and other standards.
Myanmar’s opposition leader marks her party's 25th anniversary with a fresh call for charter amendments.
Hundreds of angry villagers mob a court to demand their release.
He says he has recorded evidence to back his claim.
Sam Rainsy proposes a general strike to oppose Prime Minister Hun Sen’s new government.
The country’s Supreme Court cites a lack of evidence in setting the men free.
Tensions run high in villages around the Chinese-backed copper mine in northern Myanmar.
He becomes prime minister and forms a government despite an opposition parliament boycott.
They cite land loss and a lack of compensation as negatively affecting villagers.
The talks are held ahead of a government plan for a nationwide cease-fire.
An ongoing dispute over election results prompts the opposition to shun the meeting.
Officials deny that the World Bank refused to cancel debt based on a reportedly larger sum.
The Cambodian opposition leader says his party and Hun Sen's can share power.
NGOs and monks want the opening session delayed due to political deadlock.
More than 100,000 workers and volunteers will carry out the survey next March and April.
They will not end a boycott of the military until the government admits wrongdoing.
The government is scrambling to achieve a nationwide cease-fire agreement by October.
The opposition leader says his party is seeking a 'balance of power.'
Authorities will also focus on victim-oriented preventative measures.
But the two sides fail to break a deadlock on probing vote fraud.
One protester is shot dead and several others are injured as Cambodia's opposition challenges poll results.
The Cambodian leaders are scheduled to meet again, but the opposition says it will continue with mass protest.
Officials believe suspects planted bomb and grenades to instill fear and create chaos.
Villagers are asked to accept financial compensation by Chinese company.
The opposition and ruling party leaders readily accept.
Cautious optimism ahead of talks with the Kachin rebel group next week.
They want the number of protesters to be cut drastically from 20,000 to 200.