The baby was one of 16 people in an extended family who contract the virus from an unlicensed medical practitioner.
They bring to 32 the total number hiding in Cambodia’s jungles.
They say the proposed laws threaten stability in the newly-democratic nation.
The four-way talks among students, lawmakers, government delegates and education advocates will take place on Feb. 1.
Her words come as the students continue their march across the country protesting the National Education Bill.
The group of 14 includes two young children and an infant.
The announcement follows a mass HIV infection linked to an unofficial health worker.
The head of the country’s paramilitary says his comments about learning from tactics used by Adolf Hitler were misinterpreted.
He says talks with the government next month could pave the way for a deal.
The reclusive nation says the film insults its leader and could damage bilateral relations.
The physician says he is seeking ways to heal communal conflict in Rakhine state.
Extended farming family of 50 faces discrimination and financial uncertainty.
They want their land disputes resolved and a group of jailed activists freed.
Armed ethnic rebels and the government must hold more discussions before a deal can be finalized, he says.
He says dialogue must continue to usher in much needed reforms.
They say the government did not respond to calls for talks over the proposed legislation.
Rights groups have called on Cambodian authorities to assess the asylum seekers’ claims to refugee status.
The rally coincides with a visiting U.S. delegation’s warnings about growing signs of racial and religious intolerance in the country.
He says it is forming smaller parties in a bid to split the anti-CPP vote.
The clashes follow the release of a government transport minister who had been detained a day earlier.
But a rights group says his accomplishments don’t excuse abuses under his regime.
The request comes a day after President Thein Sein met with political and ethnic leaders to discuss a nationwide peace accord.
Human Rights Watch calls for strengthened reforms in his thirtieth year of rule.
He says he will create a “third force group” to push for an agreement.
He makes the plea during an opening ceremony for the country’s largest hydropower dam.
Yanghee Lee is visiting Rakhine and the Northern Shan states to assess the human rights situations there.
But an election watchdog says it would give the CPP an advantage over the opposition.
The committee rejects claims it failed to follow a probe’s proposals.
He says all faiths must cooperate to end sectarian violence threatening democratic reform.
Sources say they fear local authorities will deport them home.