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Tuol Sleng deal inked

Tuol Sleng deal inked

The Documentation Centre of Cambodia has entered into an agreement with the Ministry of Culture to preserve and develop the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. The project will entail the conversion of part of the facility’s cell blocks into a classroom for discussions and screenings of films on the Khmer Rouge period, according to a statement from DC-Cam. The museum will also host photo exhibitions, including one on the four former KR leaders now standing trial at Cambodia’s war crimes tribunal.

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