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‘Sometimes They Burn The Whole Village’

In apparent violation of the Leahy Law, the U.S. provided training to alleged human rights abusers in Cambodia.

Decades of Leaked Embassy Cables Released

As its founder Julian Assange faced extradition in London yesterday, the anti-secrecy organization WikiLeaks published 20 years of diplomatic correspondence from the US Embassy...

Parties Seeking Victims’ Day of Remembrance

Representing nearly 4,000 people, the two senior attorneys for ci­vil parties told the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday they planned to seek a day of...

Ta Mok’s Shadow Is Cast Over Start of 2nd Khmer Rouge Trial

Mok and his web are missing link in cases 002, 004 As the four top living leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime appear in court...

Shadow of Ta Mok is Cast Over Opening of 2nd Khmer Rouge Trial

As the four top living leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime appear in court together for the first time today, they will be sharing...

UN Claims Clean Hands At Tribunal

In a statement from New York, a spokesman for UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Tues­day denied “media speculation” that that the world body had...

Inquiry Sought for ‘Misconduct’ at Tribunal

Court verges on ‘embracing impunity,’ legal advocacy group says Sounding a note of alarm, the Open Society Justice Initiative, a legal advocacy group that monitors...

UN Legal Team Walk Out on Stymied KR Cases

Judge Blunk sought staff’s dismissal for ‘disloyalty’ UN legal officers have since April deserted the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s investigative office, re­signing or transferring out as...

File on Sou Met, Meas Muth Leaks From Court

For at least the second time since the Khmer Rouge tribunal began operations in 2007, a confidential prosecution record containing allegations against suspects under...

Trials Compete With Everyday Needs, Poll Finds

75% aware of Khmer Rouge tribunal, up from 61% in 2008 As it prepares to start one of the most complex trials in living memory...

Judges Reject Call for More Investigations

The Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday rejected requests made last month by the British prosecutor Andrew Cayley to expand the court’s investigations, saying he had...

OZ Minerals Deal a Windfall for Officials’ Kin

In buying out its partner in a Mondolkiri province gold mine in 2009, the Australian company OZ Minerals paid hundreds of thousands of dollars...

Cayley Pleads For Victims, Public Trust

Arguing for principle and fairness, the British prosecutor An­drew Cayley on Friday said public trust in the Khmer Rouge tribunal had been “seriously undermined”...

Dissent Reported Among Tribunal Investigators

UN sending delegation of human resources officers Between UN and Cambodian officers at the Khmer Rouge tribunal, disagreements over whom to prosecute and which allegations...

Cayley Ordered To Retract His 003 Statement

Investigating judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday jointly ordered the British prosecutor Andrew Ca­y­ley to retract a public statement he released this month,...

Judges Consider Contempt Action Over Case 003

With denunciations mounting against their apparently premature decision to conclude a case last month, investigating judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal have begun considering...

Trial of Regime Leaders to Begin Next Month

With four defendants, thousands of civil parties, millions of victims and subject matter spanning much of the country over nearly four years, the trial...

OZ Minerals Deal Was Windfall for Officials’ Kin

In buying out its partner in a Mondolkiri province gold mine in 2009, the Australian company OZ Minerals paid hundreds of thousands of dollars...

UN Prosecutor Seeks Charges, Names Crimes

Statement exposes inactivity of investigating judges British prosecutor Andrew Cayley yesterday said the Khmer Rouge tribunal had not been diligent in an investigation that was...

Activist Names 3 Suspects in Case 004

Civil party suit planned in politically charged case   Human rights activist Theary Seng announced yesterday she would file a complaint at the Khmer Rouge tribunal...

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Cambodian Political Commentator Hit With New Charges, Goes Into Hiding

A Cambodian political commentator and critic of Hun Sen has been hit with new criminal charges a month after completing a prison sentence for defamation, and has gone into hiding, fearing arrest, sources say.

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