Witness Sao Van, a commune official during the Khmer Rouge regime who attended meetings presided over by the Southwest Zone’s Sector 13 chief Ta Saom, denied the existence of policies to harm Lon Nol officials and other allegedly ta
Former Khmer Rouge military officer Prum Sarat continued testifying before the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday, providing details on how orde
Civil party Lach Kry recounted his survival in the last days of Democratic Kampuchea in his statement of suffering yesterday at the Khmer Rouge tribunal, following closed sessions that extended into the afternoon.
Witness Ahmad Sofiyah, also known as “Mad So”, recounted in chilling detail the detention and execution of some 20 ethnic Cham women in Kampong Cham’s Kroch Chhmar district before the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday.
Witness Muy Vanny described the roundup and disappearance of ethnic Cham villagers at the Wat Au Trakuon security centre at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal yesterday, telling the court he had later heard that those taken away were killed.
The Khmer Rouge tribunal has set a new date for the resumption of appeal hearings in Case 002/01 following a contentious walkout by defence
The Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday heard about both the persecution of ethnic Vietnamese under the Democratic Kampuchea regime and the beginnings of that regime’s fall at the hands of Vietnamese invaders in 1978.
Massacres of Vietnamese in Battambang and Siem Reap provinces were recounted yesterday at the Khmer Rouge tribunal, as the court continued to hear evidence on the alleged genocide of the ethnic group under Democratic Kampuchea.
Charges of genocide, crimes against humanity, grave breaches of the Geneva Convention and homicide were brought against Yim Tith, alias “Ta Tith”, by international co-investigating judge Michael Bohlander at the Khmer Rouge tribunal
Parties continued to explore the alleged existence of a Khmer Rouge policy to target the ethnic Vietnamese as testimony continued in the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s Case 002/02 yesterday.