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Chilling Evidence in Khmer Rouge Trial
August 29, 2012
Chilling Evidence in Khmer Rouge Trial
“He described how, as a trainee, he was forced to stand and watch…”
Chilling Evidence in Khmer Rouge Trial
A Bitter-Sweet Duch Ruling
February 07, 2012
A Bitter-Sweet Duch Ruling
The extension of the sentence of Kaing Guek Eav, known as Duch, to life is welcome. But it’s a hollow victory.
A Bitter-Sweet Duch Ruling
Duch Appeal Nixed
February 04, 2012
Duch Appeal Nixed
Kaing Guek Eav, commandant of the S21 death camp, will now spend the rest of his life in jail.
Duch Appeal Nixed
Khmer Rouge: It was Vietnam!
December 09, 2011
Khmer Rouge: It was Vietnam!
Nuon Chea takes the stand at the trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders – and makes clear his hatred of Vietnam.
Khmer Rouge: It was Vietnam!
Khmer Rouge Horrors Laid Out
November 23, 2011
Khmer Rouge Horrors Laid Out
As the trial of three surviving leaders of Pol Pot’s regime begins, the court hears a long list of alleged horrors.
Khmer Rouge Horrors Laid Out
“Killing Fields” Trial Ready to Go
November 18, 2011
“Killing Fields” Trial Ready to Go
Pol Pot’s surviving lieutenants are about to get their day in court. But will a much-criticized process be able to bring Cambodians the justice they’re searching for?
“Killing Fields” Trial Ready to Go
Death of a Cambodian
September 06, 2011
Death of a Cambodian
The death of Vann Nath, who survived the full horror of Pol Pot’s regime, is a huge loss for Cambodia.
Death of a Cambodian
Khmer Rouge Trial Takes Shape
July 01, 2011
Khmer Rouge Trial Takes Shape
The initial hearings in Cambodia’s Case 002 have closed. The lines of defence to be employed by the four accused of involvement in genocide are becoming clear.
Khmer Rouge Trial Takes Shape
Cambodia Primed for the Main Event
June 25, 2011
Cambodia Primed for the Main Event
Decades after the horrors of the Killing Fields, many Cambodians hope Case 002 can finally offer justice to the memory of those killed by the Khmer Rouge.
Cambodia Primed for the Main Event
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