She says the government is working hard to get armed ethnic groups that did not sign a cease-fire agreement with the previous administration to agree to peace.
The government appears to be ratcheting up the pressure on opponents as voter registration is set to open.
The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party official looks to the U.S. as it seeks justice.
The companies that run the mines must complete environmental impact studies before the government renews their licenses.
Ban Ki-moon hails the appointment of former U.N. secretary-general Kofi Annan as chairman of the body.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy discusses the upcoming elections in Cambodia and his desire to return for them.
Three holdout ethnic armies will not be invited to participate in the peace negotiations that begin Wednesday.
Kem Ley’s wife Bou Rachana and her children are now in an undisclosed location.
The Arakan National Party and Union Solidarity and Development Party are concerned about the issues of ethnic sovereignty and inclusion of foreign members.
Htin Kyaw urges officials to conduct careful and systematic restoration work on the country’s main tourist attraction.
Cambodia National Rescue Party lawmakers say the decision to try leader Kem Sokha is an attempt to use the judiciary as a 'political tool.'
Jailed opposition party member Meach Sovannara's lawsuit against Prime Minister Hun Sen's son will have its first hearing in Los Angeles in September.
The 6.8-magnitude temblor strikes the town of Chauk in Magway region and destroys scores of ancient pagodas in nearby Bagan.
Kofi Annan will direct the body to help resolve human rights issues in the western state.
Thwe Thwe Win says he was deliberately struck when he asked why workers had dumped waste soil on the grounds of local Buddhist pagodas and shrines.
The changes comes as the Union Solidarity and Development Party gears up for by-elections in early 2017.
It’s unclear what action the prime minister wants, or what action the U.S. could take over Facebook posts claiming Hun Manet is part Vietnamese.
Supporters of Tep Vanny and Bov Sophea call the 6-day sentences unjust.
He assures Aung San Suu Kyi that China will work with the country to safeguard peace and stability in the tumultuous border areas.
Chum Huor and Chum Huot will resume their work as environmental activists to help villagers affected by the construction of the Don Sahong Dam in neighboring Laos.
Bou Rachana asks the Center for Alliance of Labor and Human Rights for assistance with a lawsuit.
The Arakan Army, Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army, and Ta’ang National Liberation Army are waiting to receive an invitation to the Panglong Conference.
Aung San Suu Kyi says a government investigative committee will find a solution to the Myitsone Dam issue that is in both countries’ interests.
Civil society officials and the ambassador from the U.N. wonder if a free and fair election is possible.
Khet Aung is part of a government commission tasked with reviewing hydropower projects along the Irrawaddy River.
The firms were found to be conducting illegal operations on state forest property.
Tep Vanny and Bov Sophea face prison terms and a Spanish national is deported for ‘Black Monday’ protests while Um Sam An sees bail appeal denied.
Tep Vanny and Bov Sophea are questioned about a demonstration that included headless dummies representing national leaders.
President Htin Kyaw and State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi request the move as part of the new government’s “100-day” reform plan.
The two leaders will talk about bilateral relations and issues of mutual interest, including the controversial Myitsone Dam.