The Japanese government needs to ensure it's getting a return on its investments in Myanmar by making human rights a priority, Human Rights Watch said.
More than 50 people, believed to be Rohingya Muslims being evacuated ahead of a cyclone, were missing or feared drowned after their boat capsized off Myanmar.
Afghan authorities should investigate the arrest and alleged torture of peaceful protesters by security forces, an international rights group says.
Human rights advocates are calling for an investigation into sectarian violence against Muslims during clashes in which 40 people were killed in Myanmar.
Myanmar is called in to move into the wake of sectarian violence in the country by examining claims of wanton destruction, Human Rights Watch said Monday.
The death of a senior figure from the Khmer Rouge regime suggests a tribunal investigating war crimes in the 1970s isn't efficient, Human Rights Watch said.
The Thai government is called on to grant ethnic Rohingya people refugee status as they flee Myanmar, not shoot them, said Human Rights Watch.
Sri Lankan security forces use sexual violence to torture suspected members or supporters of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, a report indicates.
The conviction and jail sentences of 14 activists by a Vietnamese court marks a sharp escalation of government attacks on its critics, Human Rights Watch said.
Most teachers in southern Thailand returned to school under heavy security a week after two teachers were gunned down by Muslim militants.