A date has been set for a hearing on the international co-prosecutor’s appeal challenging the dismissal of charges against alleged Khmer Rouge leader Im Chaem, who was accused of crimes against humani
In the last words the Khmer Rouge tribunal will hear before a verdict is issued in Case 002/02, former Khmer Rouge head of state Khieu Samphan said
Former Khmer Rouge leader Khieu Samphan’s final words at the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Friday were peppered with admissions and excuses, but he made no
Parties at the Khmer Rouge tribunal sought to hammer out disputes over scheduling yesterday, after the Supreme Court Chamber announced dates for hearings in the Case 002/01 appeal.
Under cross-examination by the defence, former district cadre Ban Seak told the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday that he had no knowledge of any targeted persecution of the Cham ethnic minority, whose alleged genocide at the hands of
A former sector and district cadre in Kroch Chmmar implicated defendant Nuon Chea in the purges of cadres and ethnic Vietnamese in present-day Kampong Cham and Tbong Khmum provinces in his testimony before the Khmer Rouge tribunal y
Witness Sot Sophal recounted executions and torture at the Trapeang Thma dam worksite yesterday at the Khmer Rouge tribunal.
Cvil party No Sates finished her testimony at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday, telling the court of the aftermath of a crushed Cham rebellion in 1975.
Following a one-week hiatus to give the defence time to prepare for additional witnesses, proceedings resumed yesterday at the Khmer Rouge tribunal with vivid accounts by civil parties on the persecution of the predominantly Muslim
The survivor of a massacre of Cham Muslims at the Au Trakuon pagoda told the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday of his escape from the slaughter and subsequent time in hiding, insinuating that he even resorted to cannibalism to survive.
Conflicting accounts and contradictions marked the testimony of witness Tay Koemhun yesterday, as the Khmer Rouge tribunal continued to hear evidence on the alleged genocide of Cham Muslims under the regime.
The Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday continued hearing evidence of the alleged targeted persecution of the Cham Muslim minority under the Pol Pot regime, though witness Seng Kuy’s testimony was at times marked by apparent speculation.
Undeterred by numerous objections at the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Tuesday, Nuon Chea defender Victor Koppe yesterday continued to call attention to the alleged connection between current government figures – former East Zone cadres,