Sam Rainsy sees another defamation case upheld in Cambodia as legal battle rages on.
The opposition party leader is collecting evidence on the ‘K5’ border project for the suit.
Reports of abuses spark reactions from Pope Francis and the United Nations.
Bangladesh has asked the international community to help it move 400,000 refugees off-shore.
Children of unregistered refugees are not allowed to attend local public schools.
An election commission official threatens to resign if the ‘culprit law’ passes.
The Arakan Liberation Party has objected to a decision by a joint committee to not allow it to hold regional talks before the national-level summit.
Another man was wounded in incident on the Naaf River, Bangladeshi police say.
No reason is given as Rakhine and Chin political parties are refused permission to hold pre-conference talks in their regions.
Hun Sen bans the flying of Taiwan’s standard inside the country as he continues to back Beijing.
Report outlines 'devastating cruelty' directed at children, families in Rakhine state.
The Nautical Aliya is carrying 2,200 tons of food and medical supplies.
The President’s Office says police have arrested Aung Win Zaw in connection with the killing.
The prime minister dismisses charges over a failed plan to fortify the border following the collapse of the Khmer Rouge.
The Kachin army’s political wing is eager to meet with government officials to iron out misunderstandings, its chairman says.
By preventing some of his closest advisers from testifying before the National Assembly, the prime minister could be violating the constitution.
Major General Zaw Win says the media should only trust what police officials confirm about the killing of Ko Ni.