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Khmer Rouge figure deemed fit to stand trial
War-crimes court rules Nuon Chea, most senior surviving member of ex-Cambodian regime, "capable" of defending himself.
Last updated: 29 Mar 2013 16:19 GMT
Cambodia rules Pol Pot's deputy fit for trial
Tribunal rules that surviving Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea, 86, fit to stand trial for war crimes despite poor health.
Central & South Asia
Last updated: 29 Mar 2013 06:46 GMT
Khmer Rouge 'Brother Number 3' dies
Human rights groups and Cambodian victims call for justice at UN-backed court hampered by corruption claims and delays.
Last updated: 14 Mar 2013 12:38 GMT
Justice in the dock at Khmer Rouge trials
Prospect of convicting ex-Cambodian officials on serious charges grow dim even as tribunal spends $45m a year.
Last updated: 30 Sep 2012 08:53 GMT
Khmer Rouge figure escapes prosecution
Ieng Thirith, wife of ex-foreign minister Ieng Sary, to be freed after war-crimes court rules her unfit to stand trial.
Last updated: 16 Sep 2012 08:45 GMT
Cambodia to free Khmer Rouge 'first lady'
Un-backed court rules Ieng Thirith, the Khmer Rouge regime's highest-ranking woman, unfit to stand trial for genocide.
Last updated: 13 Sep 2012 12:24 GMT
Key facts on the Khmer Rouge
Upon seizing power in 1975, the Khmer Rouge and their leader Pol Pot began a murderous regime that lasted until 1979.
Al Jazeera staff
Last updated: 03 Feb 2012 17:54 GMT
Timeline: The Khmer Rouge
Below is an an overview of the rise and fall of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.
Last updated: 03 Feb 2012 16:14 GMT
Ex-leader: Khmer Rouge not 'bad people'
Pol Pot's former deputy denies regime's responsibility for mass killings as Khmer Rouge trio face courtroom questions.
Last updated: 05 Dec 2011 10:13 GMT
Cambodia begins trial of Khmer Rouge leaders
Three top deputies of Pol Pot face genocide and crimes against humanity charges for massacres carried out in 1970s.
Last updated: 21 Nov 2011 13:18 GMT
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