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Uptick in Embassy’s Military Talk, Cables Show

A third of all diplomatic cables emanating from the US Embassy in Phnom Penh last year touched upon military matters, according to data released...

Little To Fear in WikiLeaks Papers, Gov’t Says

As US officials yesterday continued efforts to control the damage from the release of a quarter million private diplomatic communications, the government spokesman here...

Cambodia Cables Included in WikiLeaks Trove

Over a thousand internal US government communications concerning Cambodia, many of them classified, are to be disclosed in the coming weeks, the whistleblower website...

KRT Graft Motion Yet to Be Considered

The Khmer Rouge tribunal has yet to consider a defense attempt begun two months ago to unseat Judge Nil Nonn, president of the Khmer...

Nuon Chea Team Appeal to UN Rapporteurs on Interference

The defense for Nuon Chea, the senior-most surviving leader of the Khmer Rouge regime, called yesterday on UN human rights rapporteurs to address allegations...

Only Tribunal Can Try Khmer Rouge, OSJI Says

With negotiations approaching on the closure of the Khmer Rouge tribunal, the Open Society Justice Initiative yesterday renewed its call on Cambodia and the...

Wiggle Room Seen in Embassy’s Military Vetting

Under US law, is an RCAF soldier a 'Unit' unto himself? When the US renewed military ties with Cambodia five years ago, it knew well...

Sok An, O’Brien Discuss KRT After Premier’s Veto

In the wake of Wednesday's declarations by Prime Minister Hun Sen on the scope of Khmer Rouge prosecutions, Cabinet Minister Sok An met yesterday...

Search Ongoing For KR Records, VN Officials Say

Eight months after the closure of the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s investigation of the former regime, the Vietnamese Embassy said yesterday that authorities in Vietnam...

Search Continues for KR Records, VN Embassy Says

Eight months after the closure of the Khmer Rouge tribunal's investigation of the former regime, the Vietnamese Embassy said yesterday that authorities in Vietnam...

Roles of Accused in KR Crimes Varied, Judges Say

The case against Nuon Chea, the communist party's deputy secretary, appeared virtually open and shut yesterday as the Khmer Rouge tribunal published the findings...

French Weekly to Print Final Edition on Thurs

Cambodge Soir Hebdo, Cambodia's only French-language newspaper, will print its final edition on Thursday due to falling revenues in hard financial times, the newspaper's...

Rainsy Accusing Hun Sen of Lying in ’97 Probe

In an attempt to embarrass Prime Minister Hun Sen during his visit to New York today, self-exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy has announced plans...

Rainsy Accuses Hun Sen of Cover-Up in ’97 Probe

In an attempt to embarrass Prime Minister Hun Sen during his visit to New York today, self-exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy has announ­ced plans...

KR Judge’s Removal Sought over Bribery Claims

Lawyers for Khmer Rouge Foreign Minister Ieng Sary announced Friday they were seeking the disqualification of Judge Nil Nonn, president of the Khmer Rouge...

You Bunleng Survives Defense Bid for Disqualification

Pretrial judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Friday unanimously dismissed a defense mo­tion seeking to disqualify Co-In­vestigating Judge You Bunleng, whom defense lawyers...

Gov’t Contempt Ruling Divides KRT Judges

Two international judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Thurs­day became the first at the court to acknowledge the potential for outside interference, saying...

You Bunleng Survives Defense Bid for Disqualification

Pretrial judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Friday unanimously dismissed a defense motion seeking to disqualify Co-Investigating Judge You Bunleng, whom defense lawyers...

Gov’t Contempt Evidence Splits KR Judges

Two international judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Thursday became the first at the court to acknowledge the potential for outside interference, saying...

KRT Again Warns Press, Lawyers on Secrecy

For the second time in as many months, pretrial judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday warned of sanctions for publishing or leaking confidential...

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