A representative calls the move unconstitutional and a form of censorship.
The number of internally displaced persons grows to more than 30,000 in the latest outbreak of violence that began last week.
The ruling party has threatened legal action over what it says is incitement.
But he warns that the nationalist movement will pursue further legal action.
A Ministry of Mines and Energy official says the government will consider giving other plots to those who can’t grow crops.
The president of the Senate acting as head of state approved the measure in King Norodom Sihamoni’s absence.
He suggested the monk should be defrocked for praising the assassins of a Muslim attorney.
They say female workers continue to face harassment in the country’s ubiquitous garment factories.
Schools in Yunnan province close, and Chinese troops patrol the border town of Nansan amid ongoing hostilities.
A statement accuses the opposition of ‘incitement’ ahead of local elections.
An alliance of ethnic militias that includes the Kokang army says it will not lay down its arms.
He threatens to release more evidence if Kem Sokha denies the talks took place.
The ethnic armed group assails police stations, military posts, and buildings in northern Shan state in retaliation for an attack on its territory.
From tracking families vulnerable to hunger to protecting children from traffickers, new information tools help aid workers deliver services.
He says the ruling party seeks to prevent the opposition from standing in upcoming elections.
Meanwhile, in China, a new law limits domestic contacts with foreign NGOs, calling them a threat to national security.
They say that Myanmar’s various commissions lack impartiality or have failed to investigate abuses against Rohingya Muslims.
Drug use, gambling, and unhealthy and crowded conditions are common in Prey Sar, he says.
They are demanding the return of more than 270,000 acres expropriated by a Myanmar conglomerate with ties to the former junta-run government.
On trial in Phnom Penh, Oeuth Ang says he shot dead government critic Kem Ley.