Nuon Chea, the deputy leader of the Khmer Rouge regime blamed for 1.7 million deaths in Cambodia's 'killing fields' told the tribunal today that he carried out its policies to protect the country.
11/22/2011 02:20 pm
Critics say political interference and judicial misconduct are tarnishing the UN-backed Khmer Rouge trial, seen as key to justice more than 30 years after the brutal regime was ousted.
11/21/2011 09:44 am
A popular 'adult' advertising website run by the Village Voice should go the way of Craigslist's 'erotic services' site.
10/31/2011 04:44 pm
Some 40,000 Thai Army troops have been deployed to build flood walls, set up sandbags, and help evacuations, but citizens are beginning to express frustration with the government response.
10/21/2011 09:36 am
With the growing number of foreign brides in South Korea – and the rising number of unhappy marriages – South Korean men marrying foreign women now have to take a class to prepare themselves.
10/14/2011 02:14 pm
Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley, create 'empathy driven' curricula, which push design that improves lives.
09/30/2011 12:07 pm
Laurent Jeanneau roams the ethnic minority villages of China recording the 'unofficial' music.
09/12/2011 10:36 am
A report by Human Rights Watch accuses Vietnam of imprisoning hundreds of thousands of drug addicts throughout the past decade without due process and subjecting them to forced labor.
09/08/2011 01:08 pm
As he leaves his post in Bangkok, a correspondent looks at how a rising China has changed the Southeast Asia region after 9/11.
09/03/2011 01:01 pm
Vietnam, once seen as on its way to joining economic tigers Taiwan and South Korea, has seen foreign investment decline sharply amid labor problems, crumbling roads, and the global financial crisis.
08/02/2011 11:56 am