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Council of Ministers and UN Special Expert - continued

By: Norbert Klein Posted: January-29-2012 in
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The following items are added as follow-up to the previous posting here: Council of Ministers Spokesperson Censured UN Special Expert on 26 January 2012.

On Friday, 27 January 2012, The Cambodia Daily reported:

In a letter addressed to Mr. Scheffer dated yesterday, Mr. Siphan said his comments on the meeting were misinterpreted. According to Mr. Siphan, he had only said that Mr. Scheffer "understood" Mr. Sok An's position "that the Royal Government of Cambodia cannot overturn the decision of the Supreme Council of the Magistracy."

Wolves On The Tracks

By: Wayne McCallum Posted: October-24-2014 in
Wayne McCallum

Twenty years ago this month, the bodies of three backpackers murdered by the Khmer Rouge were recovered from the hills of Kampot. Wayne McCallum explores their story and how the fatuity of our youth can go tragically wrong.

Guatemala, September 1993:



‘Shit! Was that a dog?’

Former Tuol Sleng Prison Chief Sentenced to 35 Years in Prison

By: The Mirror Posted: July-28-2010 in
The Mirror

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 675

“Phnom Penh: The former Tuol Sleng Prison chief Kaing Kek Eav was sentenced by the trial chamber of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal to serve 35 years in prison, but this verdict was criticized in the general public, especially by victims of the Tuol Sleng prison.

Just Deny… or Investigate and Clarify?

By: Norbert Klein Posted: July-26-2010 in
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The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 674

After the acting Asia Director of Human Rights Watch had presented a report Off the Streets: Arbitrary Detention and Other Abuses against Sex Workers in Cambodia to the press, and this was reported on 21.7.2010, on the following day of 22.7.2010 t

A Senior Official of the Government Rejects the Summons to Appear at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

By: The Mirror Posted: June-21-2010 in
The Mirror

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 669

“Phnom Penh: The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Deputy Prime Minister Hor Namhong, rejected a warrant from a co-investigating judge of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, Mr. Marcel Lemonde, who called some high ranking officials of the Royal Government to appear as witnesses. The rejection was made public on 15 June 2010 during a press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

Disagreement among Co-Investigating Judges at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

By: The Mirror Posted: June-11-2010 in
The Mirror

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 668

“Phnom Penh: The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia [ECCC], called the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, announced that there is disagreement among co-investigating judges after there had been some misinformation, and an international co-investigating judge considers it as disagreement.

Officials of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal Travel to New York to Verify Funding

By: The Mirror Posted: May-19-2010 in
The Mirror

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 665

“Phnom Penh: A delegation of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal will travel to the headquarters of the United Nations in New York in the United States of America late this week again, to verify the funding for the mixed tribunal – according to officials of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.

Former Khmer Rouge minister's request to be released on bail has been rejected

By: KR Tribunal Posted: April-30-2010 in
KR Tribunal

In three decisions rendered on 30 April 2010, the Pre-Trial Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) dismissed appeals lodged by the charged persons Ieng Sary, Khieu Samphan and Ieng Thirith against three orders extending the periods of their respective provisional detention.



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