Khmer Rouge trial enters crucial stage World

Khmer Rouge trial enters crucial stage

The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) on October 16 began the last hearing before giving out its verdict on former Khmer Rouge officials tried on the charge of genocide.
Cambodian court opens Khmer Rouge trial World

Cambodian court opens Khmer Rouge trial

Cambodia 's UN-backed war crimes tribunal on June 27 opened a trial for four top former Khmer Rouge leaders on charges of genocide and atrocities in Cambodia in the 1970s.
Second Khmer Rouge trial to start on June 27 World

Second Khmer Rouge trial to start on June 27

Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes tribunal on May 16 set June 27 as the start date for a trial of four top former Khmer Rouge leaders accused of genocide and other crimes in the 1970s.
Cambodia marks end of Khmer Rouge 32 years ago World

Cambodia marks end of Khmer Rouge 32 years ago

Top Cambodian leaders were all present at a big meeting held in Phnom Penh on January 7 to mark the collapse of the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime 32 years ago, recalling Vietnamese sacrifice of many lives to secure victory.
UN Secretary General visits Cambodia World

UN Secretary General visits Cambodia

The United Nations’ Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Oct. 27 had a working session with Prime Minister Hun Sen in the framework of his three-day visiting to Cambodia (Oct. 26-28).
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UN nominates new co-prosecutor for ECCC

The UN has submitted a list of two nominations for outgoing international co-prosecutor Robert Petit at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) to the Cambodian Supreme Council of the Magistracy.