The two sides are expected to meet in Myitkyina before May 19.
Following a trip to the EU, the opposition seeks a ‘peaceful’ end to the standoff.
The government threatens action if unions proceed with a mass rally at the capital’s designated protest site.
But they say several differences threaten to derail a ceasefire plan.
Those from Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, China, and Tibet are included in the list of ‘Information Heroes.’
Cambodia's prime minister says he is not obligated to consult civil society groups over the draft laws.
They say any ceasefire must provide equal benefits.
They are convicted of negligence over a blaze police say was caused by an electrical fault.
A judge says more time is needed to review the evidence against them.
Some Buddhist monks are confronting extremist anti-Islamic messages that are fueling hate, they say.
They skip the first meeting since strikes were crushed in January.
The rare charges against a high-ranking official highlight changes in the reforming country.
Returning international humanitarian groups will need to get approval for their activities from a government-led body.
The detainees are transferred to a Phnom Penh prison ahead of their hearing on Friday.
Gwan Maw claims the government is bent on weakening the rebels before a cease-fire agreement is forged.
The hard-nosed reporter was once the country’s longest-serving political prisoner.
The scuffle breaks out after opposition lawmaker-elect Mu Sochua attempts a solo sit-in.
Rebel leaders warn the clashes signal a ‘loss of trust’ in peace talks with the government.
The government should incorporate feedback from stakeholders, it says.
Kem Sokha says the CNRP will stand firm in negotiations with the ruling party.
She hits out at its lack of support for charter reform.
The KIA's General Gwan Maw meets with officials in Washington.
Sam Rainsy expresses hope that an agreement will end the political stalemate.
Rights groups claim the charges are baseless and politically motivated.
The campaign follows the sentencing of a local video journalist.
But the opposition says agreement is only 80 percent complete.
The move is to include those who were not covered in the 12-day survey.
The talks mark the first top-level negotiations in seven months.
Negotiators agree to meet again in May to discuss the text.
The decision follows riots targeting the organizations in the state capital.