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
The lone survivor of the execution of a Vietnamese family recounted his experiences at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday as parties continued to probe the treatment of the ethnic minority under the Democratic Kampuchea regime.
A civil party and a witness described the Khmer Rouge’s institution of forced marriages and the disappearances of ethnic Vietnamese, respectively, in testimony at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday.
Civil party Prak Doeun described the segregation, deportation and at times murder of ethnic Vietnamese – including his own wife and children – at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday.
Purges and alleged rifts between units at the Trapeang Thma dam were raised in testimony at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday, as an anonymous witness was probed on the arrests of senior figures and civilians at the worksite in his
Conflicting accounts of conditions at the Trapeang Thma dam worksite from a former mobile work unit “commander” testifying anonymously were heard at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday, as evidence hearings for Case 002/02 resumed af
Nuon Chea defender Victor Koppe, responding to a request by the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s Supreme Court Chamber, explained his absence from appeal heari
Just as parties prepare to resume the contentious appeal of the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s landmark guilty verdict in its Case 002/01 later this month, a new report by three leading research organisations has painted a damning portrait
Sien Sung, witness to an alleged 1978 massacre of ethnic Vietnamese at Wat Khsach pagoda in Siem Reap’s Chi Kraeng district, concluded his testimony yesterday, providing vivid details of the disembowelment of a girl he knew.
The first testimony relating to charges of the alleged genocide of ethnic Vietnamese were heard yesterday at the Khmer Rouge tribunal, with witness Sien Sung telling the court of atrocities he witnessed in Siem Reap’s Chi Kraeng dis
The Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday resumed trial hearings following a Pchum Ben break with closed-chamber witness testimony in the current Case 002/02 against Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, who stand accused of genocide and crimes aga