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Help Assure Legacy of KRT, Sok An Tells Donors

Addressing an expanded assembly of diplomats from 22 nations and the European Union at the Council of Ministers, Cabinet Minister Sok An yesterday called...

KRT Page-Limit Technicality Challenged by Ieng Sary Team

Anticipating their client’s indictment as early as this month, law­yers for Ieng Sary, the former Khmer Rouge foreign minister, called Mon­day for a stay...

UN Officials Continue Planning for KRT Closure

UN officials are continuing to develop plans to draw the Khmer Rouge tribunal to a close, a UN spokesman for the court said Wednesday....

KR Judges Toss Request for Political Inquest

The Khmer Rouge tribunal's co-investigating judges last week scrapped a defense motion calling on French Judge Marcel Lemonde to investigate his Cambodian colleague You...

KR Tribunal Mum on Investigating Judge’s Future

Judge Marcel Lemonde, one of two investigating judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal, is expected to rule next month on whether to begin one...

KR Tribunal Mum on Investigating Judge’s Future

Judge Marcel Lemonde, one of two investigating judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal, is expected to rule next month on whether to begin one...

Penalties Possible for Publishing Court Secrets, KRT Says

Members of the news media who publish secrets of the Khmer Rouge tribunal may be subject to legal penalties such as fines, the court...

Ire Over Uighurs Persists Among US Lawmakers

As multinational peacekeeping exercises concluded last week in Kom­pong Speu province, lawmakers in Washington threatened to suspend similar military cooperation in the future as...

KRT Ethics Monitor Submits Report to UN, Cambodian Gov’t

The Khmer Rouge tribunal's ethics monitor said yesterday he had submitted his findings this month to the government and UN in a review of...

KRT Ethics Monitor Submits Report to UN, Gov’t

Amount of information to be made public unknown The Khmer Rouge tribunal’s ethics monitor said yesterday that he had submitted his findings this month to...

24 Excluded from Day of Justice at Khmer Rouge Tribunal

The New Zealander Rob Hamill, 46, wept in front of reporters yesterday outside the Khmer Rouge tribunal at the news that the torture and...

24 Are Excluded From Day of Justice at Khmer Rouge Tribunal

New Zealander Rob Hamill, 46, wept in front of reporters yesterday outside the Khmer Rouge tribunal at the news that the torture and murder...

Funding for KRT First Priority, New UN Tribunal Expert Says

With financial support for the Khmer Rouge tribunal too weak to live out the year, fundraising is the first order of business, the UN...

Funding for KRT ‘Priority Number One,’ New UN Expert Says

With financial support for the Khmer Rouge tribunal too weak to live out the year, fundraising is the first order of business, the UN...

Final Pretrial Appeals in Case 002 Decided at ECCC

The Khmer Rouge tribunal said yesterday that all remaining preliminary appeals had been decided in the court's second case against former leaders of the...

All Final Pretrial Appeals in Case 002 Decided at Tribunal

The Khmer Rouge tribunal said yesterday that all remaining preliminary appeals had been decided in the court’s second case against former leaders of the...

KRT Warns All Lawyers Against Information Leaks

The Khmer Rouge tribunal on Friday warned all lawyers at the court against leaking information to the news media after allegations of political interference...

ECCC Warns Lawyers Over Media Leaks

The Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday warned all lawyers at the court against leaking information to the news media after allegations of political interference at...

Nuon Chea Lawyers Renew Call for Political Inquiry

Dutch lawyers for Brother Number Two on Wednesday announced they had lodged a fresh request for the Khmer Rouge tribunal to investigate alleged political...

Local KR Trials Considered at KRT, OSJI Says

In its report on Tuesday alleging political interference at the Khmer Rouge tribunal, the Open Society Justice Initiative said international staff at the court...