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Life behind the lines of Kachin state’s bloody ethnic conflict.
Despite reforms elsewhere in the country, Kachin Independence Army troops maintain their tense daily vigil, eyeing off a Myanmar army post across the valley.
In Kachin State, 'reform' remains a distant concept.
Many of Aung San Suu Kyi’s supporters view her as a national messiah able to overcome any obstacle.
According to a government tourism plan, 14 Khmer Rouge sites are set for a makeover.
Twenty of Song Byeok’s colorful acrylic paintings will be shown from Feb. 17 to 26 in Atlanta.
A new law legalizes the use of prison labor by private companies, putting Cambodia's "sweatshop-free" reputation on the line.
After four decades, the country’s war-crimes tribunal is finally set to open.
Bangladeshis have been protesting since the main stock market imploded late last year.
In what is supposed to be a microfinance mecca, many go to extreme measures to pay off debts.
A harrowing story of escape to the South, Song Byeok's journey took him from propaganda to pop art.
Many former Khmer Rouge fighters say they are worried that the U.N.-backed tribunal will start to cast a wider net.