In other news, the typhoon that caused massive flooding in the Philippines last weekend has advanced through Vietnam and Cambodia, and U.S. forces in Iraq will be able to withdraw faster than originally planned.
Drug-resistant malaria is threatening villages in western Cambodia. NewsHour special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from the border region of Cambodia and Thailand.
Fred De Sam Lazaro reports how Cambodians' proximity to wildlife is sparking new concerns about the spread of avian flu.
OCHRAB, Cambodia | In this reporter's notebook, NewsHour correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro writes about tracking the growing resistance to the malaria drug artemisinin in western Cambodia.
Former Khmer Rouge prison chief Kaing Guek Eav apologized Tuesday for torture and executions committed at the notorious S-21 prison in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. A Cambodian author and an analyst examine the impact of the long-awaited court tribunal.
Amid rising food prices and supply shortages, Cambodia has managed to increase its food production by turning the war-ravaged country's former "killing fields" into rice fields. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the transformation.
Dith Pran, the Cambodian journalist for the New York Times who documented and barely escaped the Khmer Rouge's "killing fields" in the 1970s, died Sunday. He was 65.
The parents of Peter Alderman, a 25-year-old victim of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, have developed a foundation to provide mental health services to international victims of violence. They discuss their efforts to honor their son's memory with Gwen Ifill.
China announced Tuesday its chief food and drug official has been executed for accepting bribes. Independent Television News reports from the region on the investigation that led to his execution.
The people of Cambodia are still searching for justice three decades after former dictator Pol Pot's regime accused of forced labor, starvation and mass executions. The Bureau for International Reporting gives an update.
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