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Updates at Cambodia Tribunal Monitor

cambodiatribunalmonitor.org, has announced new features that it plans to have in place in time for the July 26 verdict in Case 001. The site, which has recently added RSS and Twitter feeds, will have correspondents on hand to live-blog on the day of the verdict and to post video interviews. " />

Updates at Cambodia Tribunal Monitor

One of the best online sources for those following the proceedings at the ECCC, cambodiatribunalmonitor.org, has announced new features that it plans to have in place in time for the July 26 verdict in Case 001. The site, which has recently added RSS and Twitter feeds, will have correspondents on hand to live-blog on the day of the verdict and to post video interviews. You can also log onto the site to find video archives of proceedings at the court thus far and read expert analysis. The site's managing editors are Youk Chhang, director of DC-Cam, and David Scheffer, a professor at the Northwestern University School of Law and the former US Ambassador at Large for war crimes issues.

 

The verdict against Duch is set to be announced on July 26 (photo: AFP).

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