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Khmer Rouge tribunal to hand down verdicts
A verdict is expected tomorrow for senior Khmer Rouge officials who face charges for crimes against humanity.
Last updated: 07 Aug 2014 06:30 GMT
Time running out for Khmer Rouge tribunals
After death of 'Brother No.3', calls are made to speed up trials of remaining leaders behind Cambodia's killing fields.
Last updated: 22 Apr 2013 07:26 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
UN judge quits Cambodia war crimes tribunal
Second judge quits in six months, citing political interference over investigations into Khmer Rouge atrocities.
Last updated: 19 Mar 2012 16:40 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
Khmer Rouge trio face trial in Cambodia
Survivors recall torture and executions as former "Brother Number Two" and two other Pol Pot-era officials face justice.
Last updated: 20 Nov 2011 12:16 GMT
Cambodia war crimes tribunal judge quits
Senior official responsible for indictments at UN-backed tribunal resigns, citing government interference.
Last updated: 10 Oct 2011 10:09 GMT
Cambodia's 'Killing Fields' painter dies
Vann Nath, whose life and art were powerful symbols of Cambodia's struggle to overcome the Khmer Rouge era, dies at 66.
Last updated: 05 Sep 2011 15:14 GMT
Court indicts Khmer Rouge leaders
A UN-backed court in Cambodia has accused four Khmer Rouge leaders of war crimes, including genocide and torture.
Last updated: 16 Sep 2010 06:33 GMT
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