The trial chamber of the Khmer Rouge tribunal issued an order to legal teams on Tuesday, setting deadlines for the provision of lists of proposed witnesses – among other documents – and hinting that Case 002/02, which still has no o
In its order outlining the second phase of Case 002 last week, the Khmer Rouge tribunal left open the fate of leftover crimes that won’t be heard in the coming sub-trial.
The Khmer Rouge tribunal has settled on the scope of the next segment of Case 002, laying a broad foundation for a trial that will see charges of genocide, forced marriage and the persecution of Buddhists – among others – levelled a
While the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s substantially trimmed 2014-2015 budget is intended to put an end to the perennial fiscal woes faced by the court, a source inside the tribunal said yesterday that the deep staffing cuts have left one
After seven years of rising costs and regular funding shortfalls, the Khmer Rouge tribunal is trimming its fiscal sails.
Japan, the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s top international donor, has disbursed another $1.83 million to the court, embassy officials have said, bringing that nation’s total contributions to more than $80 million.
The trial chamber of the Khmer Rouge tribunal has granted former defendant Ieng Thirith – ex-Khmer Rouge minister of social affairs and wife of her late co-defendant Ieng Sary – permission to travel to Thailand for medical treatment
The Khmer Rouge tribunal’s trial chamber has ordered a physical and psychiatric assessment of Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea with the aim of determining whether the octogenarian defendants are fit to stand trial as Case 002 transitions
International civil party lead co-lawyer Elisabeth Simonneau-Fort announced her resignation from her position at the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Friday, saying that she will continue work on Case 002/01 for three more months, but will n
The Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday announced the assignment of a new international defence attorney to a suspect in the court’s government-opposed Case 004, just days after a court monitoring group blasted the tribunal for blocking