Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi discusses media reform, transparency and government reorganization.
Government lawyers say they will look for conflicting evidence, witness testimonies, in the widely criticized case.
Hun Many, a ruling Cambodian People’s Party lawmaker, says he wants to succeed his father as prime minister.
The new filing requests the court to seek the arrest of the masterminds of the Oct. 26 assaults on Nhay Chamreoun and Kong Sophea.
Hundreds protest the men's conviction, calling them scapegoats in the case of two murdered British tourists.
He says that if they oppose development, they should live without power.
The clash comes a day after security forces dispersed striking workers with water cannons and arrested nearly 60 people.
Parliamentary speaker Shwe Mann wants information about the import of heavy machinery to Hpakant, site of a deadly landslide.
Sam Rainsy, president of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, discusses his participation in the 2018 general elections.
Shwe Hmone is ordered to serve 15 days in prison or pay a 10,000-kyat (U.S. $7.70) fine for her involvement in a prayer service for imprisoned reporters.
They say the artist never received permission to paint the portrait.
Villagers, who say they have lost farmland to Vietnam in the move, vow to protest and remove the poles.
A government spokesman says his party will support the incoming administration in its work for reform.
They are demanding full pay for November after being docked for failing to meet targets.
Ministers and deputy ministers will be changed, with other government staff left in place, an NLD spokesman says.
They discussed the transition for a new legislature dominated by MPs from her opposition party.
The opposition leader met Aung Min to prepare her incoming government for cease-fire talks.
The move comes a month after the country’s opposition party swept widely-lauded elections.
The meeting is seen as a crucial step forward in Myanmar's transition to multiparty democracy.
His earlier charge of murder was downgraded to a manslaughter offense.
NLD patron Tin Oo welcomes Myanmar military pledge to transfer power to election victors but wants a clear timetable.
The new charge is the third issued against opposition leader in three weeks.
The two leaders pledge to support a peaceful shift to power for her party.
Cambodia's ruling party is seen as using all means at its disposal to undermine its opposition.
A Ta’ang spokesman says government troops prompted the move.