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NGOs’ Reports To UN Fault Gov’t on Rights

About two dozen NGOs have condemned the government’s hu­man rights track record in reports sent to the UN before the Khmer New Year, according...

Report Citing Gov’t Meddling in ECCC Taken Off Web

A report by the German parliament’s human rights commission that visited the Khmer Rouge tribunal last year, and which claimed that the tribunal’s UN...

Funding, Graft Talks Acknowledged at ECCC

Cabinet Minister Sok An welcomed in a statement Saturday the latest cash donation to the Khmer Rouge tribunal and asserted that negotiations with the...

Duch Details Theory, Practice of KR Communism

Strict obedience to the rules was the only way to stay safe, and cadres risked being seen as de­viant if they strayed one bit...

792 Families To Receive Land, Cash, Materials

Close to 800 families who used to live around the Preah Vihear temple received land, cash and construction materials to establish a new village...

Hearing on KR Suspects Unlikely Before June

It will likely be no sooner than June before co-prosecutors at the Khmer Rouge tribunal will ap­pear before the court’s Pre-Trial Cham­ber over an...

Interpretation Quality Becomes a Major Issue at KR Tribunal

The poor quality of simultaneous interpretation during Khmer Rouge tribunal proceedings is a pressing issue that could eventually affect the legality of the court’s...

UNDP Responsible if ECCC Cambodian Staff Not Paid: Official

As the end of the month ap­proaches and the Cambodian side of the Khmer Rouge tribunal is once again left without money to pay...

Representatives From 3 NGOs Plan Preah Vihear Visit

Representatives of three NGOs said Thursday they will visit the Preah Vihear temple this weekend to inspect the site of the nearby market that...

Ministry Not Laughing About Political Cartoon Dispute

The government is taking issue with a political cartoon published in a local English-language newspaper, which the Ministry of In­for­­mation claims depicts exiled for­mer...

Gov’t Says it Is Backed By Donors in Tribunal Talks

During this week’s unsuccessful negotiations on the establishment of a mechanism to address kickback allegations at the Khmer Rouge tribunal, foreign donors to the...

ECCC Anti-Corruption Talks Continue

After an agreement was said to be nearing at midday, negotiations between the UN and Cambodian government on anti-corruption mechanisms at the Khmer Rouge...

KR Tribunal To Weigh Role of M-13 As Predecessor of S-21

Before delving into the atrocities of Phnom Penh’s S-21, the Khmer Rouge tribunal will this week debate Kompong Speu province’s M-13, another prison camp...

Joint Border Commission Heads Back to Work

The Joint Border Commission resumed on Monday its task of demarcating the Thai-Cambodian border, with Friday’s armed clashes at the Preah Vihear temple on...

Gov’t; We Have ECCC Donors’ Support EECCC Talks

During this week’s unsuccessful negotiations on the establishment of a mechanism to address kickback allegations at the Khmer Rouge tribunal, foreign donors to the...

Border Commission Announces Breakthrough

Demarcation of the Thai-Cambodian border around the Preah Vihear temple will begin in July, the Joint Border Commission agreed Tuesday. The two-day session of...

Duch Apology Is Heard, But Not All Willing to Accept

In front of the court, Co-Prosecutor Robert Petit read out Wednesday afternoon all the facts concerning the S-21 detention center that Duch confirmed or...

Thai Soldier Loses Leg to Preah Vihear Mine

A Thai soldier had his leg blown off by a landmine Thurs­day at the Preah Vihear temple, as a group of 30 Thai paramilitaries...

Duch Apology Is Heard, But Not All Accept

In front of the court, Co-Prosecutor Robert Petit read out Wednesday afternoon all the facts concerning the S-21 detention center that Duch confirmed or...

For Tribunal Attendees, an Emotional First Day of Duch Trial

The 500 seats of the tribunal’s public room were filled Monday morning as the first trial for the crimes of the Khmer Rouge regime...