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KHMER ROUGE REGIME
WATCH: Khmer Rouge Legacy Still Haunts Cambodia
CNN Hero Aki Ra Disarms Land Mines In Cambodia He Placed Decades Earlier
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Cambodian Thet Sambath, a short man with a big smile, and British co-director Rob Lemkin, in
The Enemies of the People
seek to understand why a horrific orgy of killing happened.
Khmer Rouge Trial: Television Helps Spread Word To Nation
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A burgeoning international interest in the war crimes tribunal of Kaing Guek Eav (aka Duch, who ran Tuol Sleng and other camps like personal fiefdoms) forces attention back to the photographs.
"The Conscience of Nhem En" On HBO: A Review
The premise of the film is powerful because the reality of the Khmer Rouge is horrifying. Do not watch it if the aim is to see something uplifting that makes you think positively about humanity.
Corruption Allegations Could Threaten Khmer Rouge Trials
Khmer Rouge Defendent: US Policies Enabled Cambodian Genocide
Once isolated from the outside world, Cambodia jumps online
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