A judge says additional evidence must be considered before he can issue a verdict.
The Burmese commission calls for an examination of Rohingyas' citizenship status under current laws.
Villagers say they will not end protests until their demands are met.
Security forces stop the march near the copper mine in northern Burma.
One year after his death, they say authorities tried to cover up his slaying.
The WHO launches a new strategy in Southeast Asia to combat resistance to a key drug.
Security forces shoot at and beat protesters opposed to the copper mine in northern Burma.
Party calls off march after reform proposal accepted for study.
The National Rescue Party plans a demonstration against the National Election Committee.
They are among more than 90 released from prisons across the country.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says a land conflict with Thailand should remain in the courtroom.
The rollback follows accusations of authorities' complicity in crimes against the Rohingya minority.
The Cambodian prime minister says the country risks violence if the opposition wins.
They had joined hundreds in calling for compensation, jobs, and better infrastructure.
Residents demand compensation, jobs and better infrastructure from the project’s Chinese backer.
The opposition leader says differences in the country will take a long time to sort out.
Thailand asks the ICJ not to rule on the Preah Vihear dispute.
During a trip to Japan she says proper negotiation is needed to build a democracy.
The publisher and his family are briefly held in Vietnam while on a trip from Cambodia.
A UN court seeks to end a dispute between Cambodia and Thailand over an ancient temple site.
The Asian giant invests in rice processing plants and makes a rare purchase of the grain.
Hundreds of displaced people have been living in a temporary camp for weeks.
Critics of the current system say wealthy cronies of the former military regime have long ducked payments.
Hun Sen returns from Beijing with billions in loans and investment agreements.
The ICJ is set for a hearing on the Thailand-Cambodia dispute next week.
The men were disguised as Buddhist monks and allegedly sought to travel to Rangoon.
Physicians for Human Rights calls on Burma to investigate an alleged attack on an Islamic school.
Sectarian tensions in Burma spill over beyond the country’s borders.
The two are among dozens detained following the deadly violence.
The campaigner says she hopes the honor will highlight her cause internationally.