Without aid coming along Burma's Asian Highway, Burmese head east to find help.
UN members rejected a proposal Thursday to forgo junta permission and force aid in.
The rice-exporting country has seen a dramatic rebound thanks to years of agricultural research.
Lou Connick was a charming humanitarian who ran aid programs in Indochina in the 1970s – and moonlighted for the CIA. Just how far did he go in fighting communism?
International organizers opened the refuge in Tam Dao National Park on Monday.
Towed by camels and laughed at by pedestrians, the lowly Trabant is a modern-day Marco Polo for a good cause.
Readers write and tell us what they are reading.
In 2003, a violent government antidrug campaign resulted in more than 2,500 deaths.