Thai Leader on Two-Day Diplomatic Visit to Cambodia
Summit, to be held Friday in capital Naypyidaw, will bring together six political parties, including that of longtime democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Communist Party says national day to celebrate document will be held each year and officials will swear allegiance to it when they come into office.
Cambodia launches a UN - backed survey into violence against children.
He died in military custody; had covered clashes between government troops, ethnic fighters.
Authorities offered Dieu Cay choice of leaving or serving out rest of 12-year term.
Hundreds of activists demonstrated in Phnom Penh on Thursday, gathering to protest the government’s failure to fulfill the promises of the Paris Peace Accords.
Chinese state media and pro-Beijing news outlets in Hong Kong have published a series of articles accusing the National Endowment for Democracy of funding, advising protesters.
Mao Monivann, a parliamentarian for the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, told VOA Khmer that Vietnam had built 50 kilometers of road pushing into Cambodia.
Activists on street worry first round of talks has widened gulf between government and pro-democracy protesters.
Political unrest and the murder of two British tourists are keeping visitors away.
Japanese Ambassador Kumamaru Yuji told reporters Japan is willing to help Cambodia restore its voter registries to ensure free and fair elections in the future.
The agreement could bring in refugees currently held on the Micronesian island of Nauru to Cambodia.
Rights workers fear for the safety of Cambodia’s vulnerable children once Asean joins in an economic community next year.
Analysts say Widodo’s emphasis on domestic reform is likely to leave little room for foreign policy concerns.
A few days ago, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said he was seeking ways to resume talks with protest leaders that stalled after the government backed out
Some 300 people, including monks and students, marched through the capital on Friday, protesting a refugee deal between Cambodia and Australia.
Hundreds of Hong Kong police staged a dawn raid on one of the key sites occupied by pro-democracy protesters.
Proposed bill limits foreign ownership of private TV broadcasting in Myanmar, also known as Burma.
Action would show national loyalty in face of assertive Chinese behavior in South China Sea.
The discussions over the Don Sahong Dam will start in Stung Treng province this week, near the Lao border, and continue through early December.
John Kerry speech marked the 30th anniversary of the US-Asean Business Council and comes as Asean is moving toward economic integration in 2015.
Front-page editorial in party-run 'People's Daily' says US government, NGOs, media working to foment a 'color revolution' in semi-autonomous Chinese territory.
Authorities backed out of the talks late Thursday, saying negotiations cannot be held while the protests, which they view as illegal, continue.
Deputy Captain tells VOA Thursday he believes Indonesian pirates carried out the attack on the ship shortly after its departure from a port in Singapore.
Leung received undisclosed payments worth $6.5M from Australian firm UGL in the two years since he took office.
More than 1,000 people marched on the National Assembly on Monday, many of them displaced from land disputes, to mark World Habitat Day.
US-led project will provide satellite imagery to the region's governments documenting changing conditions to help communities more effectively deal with natural disasters.
Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura win for inventing a new energy efficient , environmentally friendly light source, the LED.
Cambodians and Laotians gathered in front of the White House in Washington on Monday, claiming that Vietnamese policies in the region are hurting their respective countries.
Many students and civil servants return to school and work Monday, yet activists vow to keep up their campaign of civil disobedience.
Hong Kong's leader made an apparent concession by offering talks, but Beijing restated its resolute opposition to a completely free vote in the territory.
Some 1,000 asylum seekers are currently being held on Nauru.
Pro-democracy demonstrators give Leung Chun-ying until midnight local time (1600 GMT) to resign, have already begun camping outside his office.
Pro-democracy protesters heckle territory's chief executive during ceremonies to mark the 65th anniversary of founding of communist China.
Territory's leader says Beijing will not be swayed by calls for election reform, even as activists threaten to expand their campaign of civil disobedience.
A young girl has reportedly swallowed detergent and a man cut his own throat after being told they would not be able to apply for TPVs.