Sam Rainsy is ordered to pay thousands of dollars, but says Prime Minister Hun Sen should compensate the Cambodian people for his lies.
Andy Hall was sentenced in September to three years in prison for defaming a fruit company.
Some of those arrested have committed crimes, but others have not, a local Myanmar official says.
Exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy criticizes the courts as he comes to the defense of Senator Hong Sok Hour.
The government warns women to avoid getting pregnant, but finds mosquito control to be a greater challenge.
Three convicted of beatings outside National Assembly are released after serving a year of a four-year sentence, but questions remain.
Aung San Suu Kyi says the government will make public the findings of its investigation of reported atrocities after it collects evidence.
However, Andy Hall still faces imprisonment after being convicted in a separate complaint.
Local police blame ethnic armed insurgents for the explosion.
Renata Lok-Dessallien and other diplomats want a credible investigation of alleged human rights abuses.
Jailed opposition activists urge both parties to put aside their differences, while others urge Western aid freeze over repression.
Civil society organizations seek restrictions on sand exports to Singapore citing concern over the environmental and social impact.
A group of ASEAN parliamentarians is concerned that systems are not in place there to protect the rights of ordinary citizens
Security guards are escorting teachers who fled violence back to village schools.