Civil society groups have demanded that the government form a commission to inspect mines that have violated industry regulations.
Authorities are working to alleviate the acute water shortages in Kampong Thom, Stung Treng and Battambang provinces.
CNRP members ask King Norodom Sihamoni to intervene as the political situation grows more difficult.
Hundreds of monks and others marched in Yangon over use of term for western Myanmar’s Muslim nationals.
Religious leaders urge calm in country racked by inter-faith tensions.
The Anti-Corruption Unit interrogates four Adhoc officials about their legal representation of Kem Sokha’s alleged mistress.
The state counselor says she will lead efforts to include armed ethnic groups who have not signed a nationwide cease-fire pact.
Smugglers are now using private vehicles instead of trucks in order to avoid detection, sources say.
The discussions will be the first such peace initiative conducted by the new government.
Prison officials are subjecting Um Sam An to constant surveillance and denying him his right to visitors.
Thousands are paying human traffickers as much as U.S. $100 to transport them illegally across the border to escape dismal job prospects at home.
Lawsuit over comments on motivation behind an opposition party leader's sex scandal raises concern about democracy.
Parliamentary deputies have pledged to help locals who lost land to the building of the capital Naypyidaw and the Letpadaung copper mine project.
Military-backed former ruling party says Shwe Mann and followers were pushed out for 'not obeying party rules.'
Prime Minister Hun Sen says the charges against Um Sam An, who has accused the ruling party of conceding land to Vietnam, are justified.
Government claims early victories, but questions remain about the Hun Sen regime’s effort.
She says the new government will foster better relations with other countries.
Spokesman rejects Bangladeshi border guard assertion that deportations were not obstructed by Myanmar.
About 300 residents of Buthidaung township are seeking shelter in nearby Sithaung village.
Government administrators are working with law enforcement officials to wipe the detainees' slates clean in a matter of days.
U.N. and U.S. express concern over vulnerability of communities in the Rakhine state.
Additional government troops have moved into Rakhine state as tensions continue with armed ethnic rebels.
Building of military outpost leads to a dispute between the two countries as the frontier remains unsettled.
The new government structure will give the country’s ethnic groups greater autonomy and help forge peace, she says.
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom wants the new government to guarantee them freedoms enshrined in international human rights covenants.
The 'spirit of unity' trips up on an altercation with a process server and a novel lawsuit that seeks to put the Cambodian government on trial.
Restrictions on Myanmar's Rohingya minority remained a problem last year, with repression of dissent and freedom of expression seen in Vietnam and Cambodia.
A group from Zaykabar Company Ltd. demolish a building on the grounds after monastery officials file a police report against them.
Um Sam An faces up to five years in prison for accusing the ruling party of conceding land to Vietnam and using improper maps to demarcate the border.