PM defends the presence of Vietnam’s troops in Cambodia in the 1980s.
A song to document peace struggle.
What makes it more special is that ‘Arts4Peace’ is organising to mark the 40th year after the fall of the Khmer Rouge, together with the 20th anniversary of Cambodian Living Arts.
The genocidal Khmer Rouge regime left ‘security offices’ where they had detained, tortured and executed their ‘prisoners’, all over the country.
The Khmer Rouge Tribunal is now slowly wrapping up obligations, leading to concern over where its archives will be stored.
Before Mr Chea died earlier this month, he recounted his life to Mr Phalla.
The recent death of Nuon Chea is a boost to the prospect for peace and reconciliation in this country. The infamous Khmer Rouge ideologue was declared dead from complex illness and diseases at the age of ninety-three at his Phnom Penh hospital on August 4, 2019.
Nuon Chea died this month while serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity.
The body of Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea was cremated on Friday.
SHOWCASING the scars etched into their minds, Kim Hak has brought to life the portrait of Khmer Rouge survivors and their tale in his photographic exhibition called “Alive”, now on show at Bophana Centre from August 1-31.
Daughter of Nuon Chea says her father’s last words were a call for solidarity.
Friends of former Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea continue visiting the pagoda.
Former senior Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea, who was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment over genocide, passed away this evening. He was 93.
Maureen Harding Clark from Ireland will join panel.
The Khmer Rouge regime was not only the darkest age in Cambodia’s history but also a hellish chapter for all Cambodian families who did not flee the country before it fell into the hands of the ultra-Maoist group.
Starkly enough, the plot of the book opens with the Hanoi Radio crackling a broadcast of prominent defectors calling for Vietnamese assistance to liberate their Cambodia – before the Preface, Author’s View, Acknowledgements, Contents (12 chapters)
The Royal University of Phnom Penh on Sunday commemorated two busts, one of a professor
who was killed during the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime and another of a renowned rector.
The int’l co-investigating judge of the UN-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal resigns.
Judge Michael Bohlander from Germany has resigned after conclusion of case 004.
PM Hun Sen and his Singaporean counterpart agree “not to scratch old wounds”.
The pre-trial chamber of the UN-backed Khmer Rouge Tribunal begins.
Singapore affirms it had no sympathy for the Khmer Rouge.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has expressed his ‘regret’ over the comment made by his Singaporean counterpart
Some historical facts such as the liberation day on 7th January has been over-politicised. Two conflicting narratives prevail and dominate the social and political discourses in the Kingdom.
Tea Banh lashes out at Singaporean PM over the Vietnamese intervention.
Tea Banh and a CPP lawmaker have lashed out at Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong for accusing the Vietnamese troops of invading Cambodia
June 19 to 21 to be for the appeal hearing of case 004/2 against Ao An.
To put the fact straight, not only that Singapore has never denounced auto-genocide conducted by the Pol Pot regime, Singapore even recognised the rogue state and killing machine and provided military assistance.
Prime Minister Hun Sen highlights Cambodia’s achievement in ending war.
Thousands mark Day of Remembrance at Choeung Ek Genocide Centre.