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20 October 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

Two ECCC accused seek to boycott trial until appeal in earlier conviction concluded: On 18 October 2014, defense attorneys of two former leaders of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime, Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, stated that they would boycott their client’s genocide trial until appeals were filed on earlier convictions.  414 more words

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Khmer Rouge Tribunal Starts New Trial

The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (the “ECCC”) – more commonly known as the Khmer Rouge Tribunal – conjures a conflicted image of both justice and injustice. 416 more words

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1 October 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

ICTY Karadzic trail closing statements: The ICTY heard closing arguments in the case against former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic this week.  UN prosecutor Alan Tieger stated Karadzic was responsible, along with others, for cleansing Bosnia’s Muslims and Croats from Serb-claimed territories. 340 more words

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Top 10 Comic Book Covers – Week 9/10/2014

Top 10 Comic Book Covers – Week 9/10/2014

Here are my choices for top comic book covers.  As always there are way to many to pick from but these definitely got my attention! 342 more words


Facing Justice, Episode 49

‘Facing Justice’ has returned to Cambodian TV screens after a break of several months.

This is the 49th episode of a series of weekly TV reports about the proceedings in the second Khmer Rouge trial. 409 more words


Plans for Cambodian Genocide Institute Move Forward

The Documentation Center of Cambodia, a key research facility for the atrocity crimes of the Khmer Rouge, says it is ready to move forward with plans to build a genocide institute that will be the first of its kind in Asia. 290 more words


International Justice Tribune (IJT), No. 165

After a brief summer break, the International Justice Tribune (IJT) published its 165th edition. It contains one free article about the military court trial of Colonel Bedi Mobuli Engangela in the Democratic Republic of Congo. 118 more words

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