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UN Acknowledges Aiding Khmer Rouge

A UN delegation sent to Cam­bodia to discuss trying former leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime visited the “killing fields” at Choeung Ek on...

KR Tribunal Negotiators Wax Optimistic

Government and UN officials on Friday uttered some of the most upbeat language to date in the negotiating process on how to try former...

Gov’t, UN Set Agenda for KR Trial Talks

As a UN delegation on Thurs­day arrived with what they called a “positive spirit” that a deal could be reached on how to try...

KR Tribunal Deal Looms as UN Team Arrives in Capitol

A UN negotiating team arrives in Cambodia’s capitol today for what could be the last round of talks on how to resolve two decades...

Free Vietnam Suspect to Stay in Cambodia, Officials Say

A man arrested in late Feb­ruary for carrying explosives and leaflets touting anti-Viet­namese sentiments in connection with the group known as Free Viet­nam is...

Long-Term Court Reform Remains Elusive, Officials Attest

Uk Savuth has his work cut out for him. The newly appointed head prosecutor of the Municipal Court, his office is in complete disarray: There...

Long-Term Court Reform Elusive, Officials Say

This is the second in an occasional series on judicial reform.Uk Savuth has his work cut out for him. The newly appointed head prosecutor...

Ieng Sary Now Staying at Residence in Capital

Notorious former Khmer Rouge leader Ieng Sary is staying in Phnom Penh, according to a bodyguard stationed at his residence in Chamkarmon district. The...

Magazine Chronicles Evidence of Khmer Rouge Genocide

Although the cover is sleek and the photograph of black-clad Khmer Rouge leaders provocative, Cambodia’s newest magazine reads more like a “textbook or a...

PM’s Order Keeps Acquitted Man Jailed

This is the first in an occasional series on judicial reform. At the new T3 prison, Gha­naian inmate Eugene Okyebe tells guards he should be...

Prime Minister’s Order Keeps Acquitted Man in Jail

This is the first in an occasional series on judicial reform. At the new T3 prison, Gha­naian inmate Eugene Okyebe tells guards he should be...

Hun Sen Plans to Discuss Trial Plans With Annan

UN Gets Heat for Not Sending Team Of Experts Sooner Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday confirmed he would meet UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan to...

Hun Sen Plans to Discuss Trial Plans With Kofi Annan

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday confirmed he would meet UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan to discuss a trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders at...

Hun Sen Refutes Military Reshuffle Reports

Prime Minister Hun Sen in a Tuesday statement denied that he would rearrange top posts in the army and the Defense Min­istry, dispelling reports...

CPP President Says KR Trial An Open Issue

Leading CPP members on Monday tried to water down reports that they would consider softening their stance on the Khmer Rouge trial at the...

Justice Minister Draws Fire

Justice Minister Uk Vithun has informed Cambodia’s judges and prosecutors that they should apply the “maximum penalty” to those convicted of certain crimes, a...

Trial High on Agenda at CPP Meeting

Prime Minister Hun Sen today is expected to present a “softened” version of the government’s plan to try former Khmer Rouge leaders at a...

Trial High on CPP’s Agenda

Prime Minister Hun Sen today is expected to present a “softened” version of the government’s plan to try former Khmer Rouge leaders at a...

Warrant Issued, But No Arrest in Sam Bith Case still no arrest

The investigating judge at the municipal court on Thursday confirmed an warrant has been issued to arrest Sam Bith for his involvement in the...

Prince Says Gov’t is Flexible on KR Trial

National Assembly President Prince Norodom Ranariddh said Thursday the government, namely Prime Minister Hun Sen, is “willing to change” its draft law on how...