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UN paves way for Khmer Rouge genocide trial
Two former leaders of Pol Pot's regime accused of playing a role in the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s.
Last updated: 30 Jul 2014 17:33 GMT
Khmer Rouge tribunal failing expectations
Tribunal comes up short of its promise to be an example for the domestic courts of Cambodia.
Julia Wallace, Kuch Naren
Last updated: 03 Mar 2014 08:27 GMT
Q&A: Meeting Cambodia's Oscar nominee
Rithy Panh's work tells the story of life under the Khmer Rouge in a dark journey of loss and survival.
Last updated: 01 Mar 2014 19:53 GMT
Cambodia at a crossroads
Do celebrations marking the fall of the Khmer Rouge mask a growing discontent against decades of authoritarian rule?
Last updated: 08 Jan 2014 13:12 GMT
Cambodians remember the 'Killing Fields'
Victory Day marks the January 7, 1979, liberation by Vietnamese forces, but not all are happy.
Last updated: 07 Jan 2014 19:00 GMT
Challenging Cambodia's strongman Hun Sen
PM faces first real test of political strength in 16 years as opposition grows increasingly bold.
Last updated: 01 Jan 2014 13:47 GMT
Cambodia: Genocide on trial
As two senior Khmer Rouge leaders appear in court, we ask if their trial is mere symbolism or if justice will be served.
Last updated: 01 Nov 2013 09:15 GMT
UN gets loan to pay Khmer Rouge court staff
Cambodian employees of cash-strapped court who were on strike over unpaid wages expected to return to work on Thursday.
Last updated: 18 Sep 2013 11:47 GMT
El-Sisi's reign of terror and the propaganda of 'fascism'
Discourses about the legitimacy of the interim government continue to obscure the reality on the ground, writes scholar.
Last updated: 23 Aug 2013 15:19 GMT
Is religion good or evil?
Scientist and atheist Richard Dawkins is challenged on whether religion is a force for good or evil in the world.
Head to Head
Last updated: 20 Jul 2013 11:00 GMT
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