Cambodia's Ministry of Health is concealing information and putting lives at risk, she says.
Information Minister Ye Htut says an opposition lawmaker’s request for more information about the sell-offs seems like an accusation.
Protesters deliver petition pushing company to sever ties, but brewer says it has no stake in controversial project on the Mekong.
But critics say the leader has failed to address the root causes of the trade.
Unknown vigilantes attack members of the Pat Jasan group as they try to clear opium poppy fields.
While the exercise is billed as a way to practice rescue missions, Beijing also comes bearing a gift of ships.
The two sides will hold another session in March before the National League for Democracy takes over on April 1.
Amnesty report says restrictions on freedom of expression also led to the drop.
Supporters say arrest in a demonstration that became a clash with an organization linked to tuk tuk drivers is a miscarriage of justice.
Retired Lieutenant General Kin Zaw Oo says the government army will move into restive Shan state to ensure security.
Villagers blame contagious disease flare-up on local doctor who trained others in controlling the infection, but the physician says he observed proper protocols.
Minister Aung Min is hoping to strike a deal with the non-signatories of the government’s nationwide peace agreement.
The chairwoman of the National League for Democracy urges the lawmakers to avoid corruption.
Wanbao Mining Copper Ltd. says it will begin mining activities in the town of Letpadaung in May.
Pirate logging outfits backed by Cambodian 'oknhas' get cover from local authorities as villagers who voice concerns say they face threats.
They confiscated nearly 10,600 metric tons in 2014-2015 before it was transported to China.
The United Nationalities Federal Council is holding a three-day emergency meeting to forge an all-inclusive peace process.
The meeting comes after reports that Senior General Min Aung Hlaing secured his position for another five-year term.
They have reached a temporary agreement with the firms not to block their trucks from passing on roads to sites where they dump soil waste.
The announcement comes after a spokesman said the country would return the group to Vietnam because they failed to qualify as refugees.
Shelling in Lotnaw village in Namhkam township has injured one resident.
Rules should be lifted by the time a new government takes over, they say.
They accuse the villagers of illegally inhabiting community land.
The move comes amid local media reports that the National League for Democracy is moving to suspend an article preventing Aung San Suu Kyi from becoming president.
Cambodia National Rescue Party chief Sam Rainsy discusses his Facebook war with Prime Minister Hun Sen and what the country faces as it prepares for national elections in 2018.
Shwe Mann will oversee the commission that provides support to committees in Myanmar’s parliament as they work on legislation.
Health officials urge people to take precautions against possible infections by eliminating places where mosquitoes breed.
The newly-appointed Chairman of Parliamentary Bills Committee, Tun Tun Hein discusses the NLD's legislative agenda.
Information Minister Ye Htut discusses the upcoming transition in government and the possibility of constitutional change.
The two sisters are in jail in Malaysia where authorities arrested them for trying to escape from the Cambodian employment firm that recruited them.