Hun Sen's government continues to pressure rival party over petition thumbprints and lawmakers' immunity.
Government representative Tin Myo Win will sit down with leaders from the two rebel groups to get them on board for a major peace conference.
Police let the six land activists and one citizen journalist go after they signed a pledge to not participate in further campaigns or cause ‘social disorder.’
The civilian-led government seeks the cooperation of the armed ethnic groups on a political dialogue framework.
China needs to win over area residents before it can resume construction of the U.S. $3.6 billion hydropower project.
Beleaguered opposition tries to find ways to free jailed activists, prevent arrest of acting leader Kem Sokha.
A gem and jewelry trade association blames the administration of former President Thein Sein for missing money.
A former prisoner talks about how corrections officials charge for legal filings inside the notorious jail.
The government plans to spend nearly U.S. $6 million to develop the impoverished region by financing goods and services that promote human resources.