Activists say up 400,000 Kachins could be left out of the survey.
The violent dispersal leaves at least eight supporters injured.
The party abandons plans to gather in Freedom Park after riot police are deployed to the site.
No aid services are functioning in the riot-torn capital of Rakhine state, one group says.
Hun Sen threatens legal action against the CNRP if they go forward with a planned rally in Freedom Park.
The rioting is sparked by the removal of a Buddhist flag, the government says.
Thein Sein says the armed forces will be a player in the country's democratic transition.
Sam Rainsy says they are preparing for a 'people's congress' in Freedom Park on Sunday.
Human Rights Watch says the restrictions would deepen sectarian divides and threaten women's rights.
Activists go on a two-month walk to talk to the people about the controversial China-backed venture.
The CNRP and CPP fail to find common ground on the composition of the country’s election body.
Ahead of World Water Day, UNICEF urges authorities to improve rural water supplies.
He is accused of trying to stymie the work of the Khmer Rouge tribunal and committing rights abuses against the people.
They will take place in November or December, the country's top polls official says.
Villagers say they have gotten sick from eating fish from the foul-smelling water.
Without identification papers, they are deprived of their most fundamental human rights, a new report says.
Previous government moves to raise power rates have met with protests by residents.
Their plans include discussion on a proposal to overhaul the NEC.
Relocated an hour an a half a way, some women return to the Cambodian capital to work as prostitutes.
An official says reports that the group would receive an ethnic designation are false.
Most unions who planned to participate in the stay-at-home strike decide to postpone the action.
It accuses the CPP of using the negotiations to buy time.
Commission members say their investigation produced no evidence to back U.N. allegations of incidents in Du Chee Yar Tan.
The two parties make little progress in their third week of negotiations.
Ethnic leaders and government negotiators agree to write the text of the accord together.
They say the groups are exacerbating tensions between local communities.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy signals there is still a long way to go to end the seven-month political crisis.
The groups say they bring a critical perspective from outside of parliament.
Watchers say the legislation would safeguard the country’s media.
Fresh offenses on rebel positions threaten to derail peace talks, a UNFC spokesman says.