A verdict in James Ricketson's trial has been delayed, but two journalists accused of espionage were released on bail, and four jailed land rights activists were pardoned.
Famous land activist Tep Vanny freed in Cambodia as post-election pardons are granted while two former RFA journalists get a sniff of freedom.
Laos is planning to build about 140 hydropower dams but in the wake of the disaster there are increasing calls for a rethink on hydropower.
As Laos finally succumbs to pressure for rethink on hydropower projects, victims count the cost.
Cambodia's ruling party says it has won every seat in parliament, effectively turning the country a one-party state.
Opposition calls on international community to reject results of Sunday's election, which ended with a victory of the ruling party.
Prime Minister Hun Sen aiming to extend his more than three decade long rule, legitimize ballot missing his only real contender.
Thousands displaced by surge operators say would release millions of tons of water.
Thousands displaced by surge down Xe-Pian River officials say would release millions of tons of water.
Kong Vibol could face jail in Australia if pursued over allegations raised by Al Jazeera.
US cybermonitor says National Election Committee, Senate and ministries were breached.
Two candidates in next month’s election amongst those targeted in new report.
Graft Probes into former Malaysian PM and associates building steam.
Cambodian security guards claim they were involuntary added to Facebook Messenger Group.
Pak Lay project notification follows dire findings of MRC study.
James Ricketson says authorities have not given the defense any of the evidence collected against him.
US targets General Hing Bun Hieng, a member of the prime minister’s inner circle, ahead of election.
Media watchdogs nervous following mixed messages from new government.
The party of slain activist Kem Ley vows to win election.