Banteay Meanchey Provincial Court releases 13 prisoners who were serving jail time despite having completed sentences.
The United States is considering a range of actions over the treatment of Rohingya.
Nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees have fled violence in Myanmar, an “untenable situation”.
A declining maternal mortality rate, which was once amongst the highest in the world, has gained the kingdom’s midwives much respect in communities.
The families of four Cambodian peacekeepers killed in the Central African Republic while on a UN peacekeeping mission have each received $70,000 in compensation from the United Nations.
Tehran will stick to its nuclear accord with world powers as long as the other signatories respect it.
Some 582,000 Rohingya refugees have now fled Myanmar for Bangladesh since late August, warning thousands more are still stranded.
Unesco is committed to facilitating dialogue among different civilisations, cultures and nationalities on the basis of respecting common values. It has gained wide recognition around the world.
A Court of Appeal prosecutor asks the Banteay Meanchey Court to determine how many prisoners may be serving time in jail after being transferred from Thailand.
Rohingya Muslims are not native to Myanmar, the army chief told the US ambassador.
The United States is withdrawing from Unesco, the United Nation’s cultural and educational agency, citing the need for reform.
Myanmar has torched homes, crops and villages to keep Rohingya from returning.
Malawi President vows a thorough investigation after a vampire scare.
The UN agency vows to continue to assist Cambodian people working abroad.
Move over Superman and Batman. Here comes Pakistan’s superheroine Burka Avenger who might soon be spreading her message of peace and tolerance on behalf of the UN.
Myanmar is committing crimes against humanity, Human Rights Watch.
Dissent surfaces after Malaysia disavows a statement issued by the Philippines.
Trump warns foreign minister and Kim Jong-un they “won’t be around much longer”.
Bangladesh needs “massive international assistance” to feed and shelter Rohingya.
The arrest and detention of opposition leader Kem Sokha has been over politicised.
North Korea condemns the United States and United Nations Security Council over sanctions.
More than three-quarters of children and young adults migrating to Europe are abused.
The top UN human rights official voices concern at the Trump administration’s decision to end the Daca programme.
Two blasts rock a Myanmar area near the Bangladeshi border, accompanied by the sound of gunfire and thick black smoke.
Myanmar must scrap restrictions on movement and citizenship for Rohingya, says UN chief.
Two shipments to a Syrian government agency responsible for the country’s chemical weapons programme are intercepted in six months.
After large rescues in recent days, including 300 off Spain’s southern coast who had attempted to cross the Mediterranean from Morocco, more than 9,000 migrants have arrived by sea in Spain this year.
For tens of thousands of refugees stuck in Greece for the past two years after European states shut their borders in rapid succession, survival is no longer an issue.
Cambodia is on the edge of a precipice, according to UN rights official Rhona Smith.
Japanese delegates meet with the committee to work on a report on a human rights report.