Extraordinary chambers in the courts of Cambodia

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Nuon Chea obituary
Cambodian politician and member of the Khmer Rouge who was found guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity

David Chandler

04, Aug, 2019 @5:01 PM

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Khmer Rouge leaders appeal life sentences for crimes against humanity

Nuon Chea, 88, and Khieu Samphan, 83, two of the most senior surviving leaders of the Cambodian regime, appeal convictions

Lauren Crothers in Phnom Penh

30, Sep, 2014 @8:39 AM

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The Khmer Rouge and Cambodian genocide: how the Guardian covered it

Former Khmer Rouge senior figures Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan have been found guilty of crimes against humanity and given life imprisonment by a court in Cambodia. Follow how the Guardian covered the brutal regime of the Khmer Rouge as evidence of the killing fields first emerged

Matthew Weaver

07, Aug, 2014 @7:00 AM

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Cambodia court hearing Khmer Rouge trials close to bankruptcy
International prosecutor Andrew Cayley QC says urgent funds needed for hearings of alleged war criminals under Pol Pot

Maya Wolfe-Robinson

04, Dec, 2012 @5:49 PM

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Khmer Rouge survivor's tale helps Cambodia confront its brutal past

Film documenting mother's ordeal under communist regime aims to educate sceptical new generation

Kate Hodal in Phnom Penh

24, Jan, 2012 @6:01 PM

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Khmer Rouge trial is failing Cambodian victims of Pol Pot's regime | Brad Adams
Brad Adams: UN's reputation also at stake amid interference and delays at court where its judges sit with Cambodian counterparts

Brad Adams

23, Nov, 2011 @5:08 PM

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Khmer Rouge leaders go on trial in Cambodia charged with genocide
Three senior regime members appear at UN-backed tribunal accused of playing key part in death of 1.7 million people

Peter Walker and agencies

21, Nov, 2011 @3:39 PM

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Cambodian trial of three Khmer Rouge leaders set to begin

UN-backed tribunal into alleged crimes of Nuon Chea, Ieng Sary and Khieu Samphan faces allegations of interference and misconduct

Dustin Roasa in Phnom Penh

20, Nov, 2011 @1:28 PM

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The truth about the Khmer Rouge is too big for one court case | Thet Sambath
Thet Sambath: Not until all Khmer Rouge leaders of the 70s give frank testimony can Cambodia really bury the past

Thet Sambath

27, Jun, 2011 @11:28 AM

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Cambodia's Khmer Rouge leaders begin war crimes trial - video

The four most senior surviving members of Pop Pot's Khmer Rouge regime appear before a UN-backed court

27, Jun, 2011 @9:05 AM

Cambodia: Burying the past | Editorial

Editorial: It has been 12 years since Hun Sen feted two Khmer Rouge leaders who had given themselves up


24, Jun, 2011 @11:06 PM

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The Khmer Rouge took my family but justice should not be vindictive

Filmmaker Thet Sambath says the UN trial judges were right to take Comrade Duch's remorse into account when deciding his sentence

Thet Sambath

27, Jul, 2010 @11:53 AM

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