Khmer Rouge tribunal ending work after 16 years, 3 judgments An international court convened in Cambodia to judge the brutalities of the Khmer Rouge regime that caused the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people in the 1970s is ending its work after taking 16 years to convict just three men of crimes
‘Even their remains should be in handcuffs’: Khmer Rouge vilified
Cambodians reflect after the UN-backed war crimes tribunal issued its final judgement on the regime’s brutal rule.
Former Khmer Rouge leader Khieu Samphan loses genocide appeal
Ruling marks the final decision by the court and ends 16 years of work by the UN-backed war crimes tribunal in Cambodia.
Khmer Rouge tribunal ending work after 16 years, 3 judgments
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — An international court convened in Cambodia to judge the brutalities of the Khmer Rouge regime that caused the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people in the 1970s ends its work Thursday after spending $337 million and 16 y
Khmer Rouge: Cambodia court to rule on genocide appeal of last surviving leader
Judges poised to hand down verdict on appeal by former head of state Khieu Samphan, 91, in UN-backed tribunal’s final case
16 Years, 3 Convictions: The Khmer Rouge Trials Come to an End
The last surviving leader of the regime that killed 1.7 million Cambodians lost his appeal on Thursday. Some victims think the long, expensive tribunal was a hollow exercise.
Cambodia: Closure of Khmer Rouge trial leaves mixed legacy
In its final hearing the court upheld the genocide conviction of the regime's last surviving leader.
‘I lost them all’: a family’s sole survivor recalls their slow death under Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge
As a UN court upholds the conviction of the genocidal regime’s last surviving leader, Seang Seng tells how starvation and forced labour killed 23 people of his family