The three groups are part of a six-day summit aimed at ending ongoing conflicts.
They say they need the land on higher ground as a refuge for them and their livestock during floods.
He has threatened to end the period of political cooperation with the opposition party.
They say a nationwide cease-fire deal can’t be struck while fighting goes on in Kokang and Rakhine areas.
A United Nations aid agency is providing assistance to some 500 refugees.
But a rights group warns a license might facilitate the illegal harvest of nearby luxury wood.
They call for the return of village land claimed by a company linked to the wife of a government minister.
Cambodia welcomes the new effort by Thai soldiers to avoid deadly jungle confrontations.
He says a final agreement may exclude certain rebel groups.
But the family, fearing mob violence, doesn’t want to return to their village.
They say an operator is destroying people’s livelihoods in the coastal province.
Ongoing battles between armed ethnic rebel groups and government troops have complicated Myanmar’s efforts to seal a nationwide cease-fire deal.
They are gathering support to prevent such companies from operating in Koh Kong province.
She is the eighth Roka commune resident to die of the virus following a widespread outbreak late last year.
Its governor says plan to house patients in pagodas will provide “beauty and order.”
Sam Rainsy says the court should be able to carry out its work free from outside pressure.
More than 40 injured civilians are taken to a hospital in a Chinese border town.
But wary analysts warn the opposition not to give in too easily to the ruling party.
The move comes on the heels of an agreement by the ruling and opposition parties on the composition of the country’s electoral committee.
They allegedly shot at and beat four people who failed to stop at a truck weigh station.
Key government and opposition players discussed amendments and set date for detailed talks in the next round.
Renewed enforcement of dredging curbs had led to a steep hike in sand prices.
Rival villagers burn down their cottages while authorities look on.
The list includes four ruling party members, four from the opposition, and one ‘neutral’ nominee.
The meeting precedes high-level six-party talks later this week.
An analyst calls the court summons a politically motivated attempt by the ruling party to split the opposition.
No injuries or deaths have been reported, and the cause of the blaze remains unknown.
Some minority Rohingya are reluctant to give up “white cards” to begin the process towards citizenship.
The meeting this week will discuss amendments to the 2008 junta-backed charter.
Licenses will not be renewed at year-end if the assessment is not complete.