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Another year on the road to a KR tribunal

Another year on the road to a KR tribunal

January 7, 2000
KR trial law sails through Council
January 21, 2000
New magazine of KR tribunal
February 4, 2000
Khieu Samphan wants to go public
February 4, 2000
Debate forgets defense
February 4, 2000
KR trial decision now rests with UN
February 4, 2000
Investigating judge seen as obstacle to justice for KR
February 4, 2000
Cambodians talk about the Khmer Rouge trial
February 18, 2000
PM-UNSG talks agree: more talks
February 18, 2000
The thorny debate of justice for Pol Pot's madness
March 3, 2000
Forum calls for trial - no date yet for UN team
March 17, 2000
UN back in town for last tango
March 17, 2000
UN - Cambodia dispute approaches an honourable resolution
March 17, 2000
The UN must stand firm on principles for KR trial
March 31, 2000
KR tribunal talks inch forward
April 14, 2000
Aging KR living in denial
April 14, 2000
Yet another KR-trial proposal
April 14, 2000
Please explain before you die
April 14, 2000
3.3 million KR dead and still counting - researcher
April 28, 2000
The American role in putting together a KR trial deal
May 26, 2000
Coping with Duch - a lawyer's lonely story
June 9, 2000
Tuol Sleng - the death camp the West chose to ignore
June 23, 2000
UN man to discuss trial
July 7, 2000
Agreement close on KR trial
July 21, 2000
Rin verdict leads to KR tribunal doubts
July 21, 2000
Trial criticized by HR, law and dips
August 4, 2000
UN rep naming held up by trial
August 4, 2000
Ranariddh's hot potato
August 18, 2000
Law banning Khmer Rouge may be illegal
September 15, 2000
KR tribunal drowning in smokescreens and politics
September 29, 2000
The dialectic of a Khmer Rouge trial
October 13, 2000
UN accepts flawed tribunal for KR
October 27, 2000
KR tribunal secrecy denounced
November 10, 2000
US talks tribunal with former Khmer Rouge
November 10, 2000
Devil's advocate: there should be no KR trial
November 24, 2000
Kerry visit raises KR tribunal hopes
November 24, 2000
Dont blame village chiefs for KR leaders' crimes

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