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Recap: Funko Twitter Q&A (January 4th 2018)

Yesterday, Funko held another Twitter Q&A session with their followers – here’s a recap of everything the said;

  • More ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ pops are on the way…
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Before becoming a museum, these buildings were a school which then became a prison when Khmer rouge reached power and renamed it Security Prison 21 (S-21). 353 more words


ECCC: Pre-Trial Chamber announces it will hear arguments of parties in Case 004/01 before it issues decision on appeal

Today the Pre-Trial Chamber announces it will hear arguments of parties in Case 004/01 on December 11 and 12, 2017, before it issues a decision on appeal.


Khmer Rouge Tribunal

As my first work week is coming to an end, its time to update you dear reader about what I am actually doing in Phnom Penh. 613 more words

ECCC: Japan contributes $1,221,818 to the ECCC for 2017 fiscal year

Japan announces a new contribution of US $1,221,818 to the international component of the ECCC for the fiscal year of 2017, making Japan the single largest donor to the ECCC since its establishment in 2011.


First day of the seminar

The first session of the seminar focused on the question ‘Courts, documents and archives: narratives for or against history?’ In her presentation ‘Just one among 196, primus inter pares or the apex of the security system?’ speaker Helen Jarvis examined what is said about S-21 in courts and testimonies in the context of the Trial of the Pol Pot – Ieng Sary Clique (People’s Revolutionary Tribunal, Phnom Penh, August 1979), Case 001 (the trial of Duch at the ECCC, 2009-2010) and Case 002/01 (the first segment of the trial of Nuon Chea, Khieu Samphan and Ieng Sary, 2011-2014). 317 more words

ECCC: Co-Investigating Judges (CIJs) release official reasoning for the dismissal of case against Im Chaem due to the ECCC’s lack of personal jurisdiction

Today the Co-Investigating Judges (CIJs) release their official reasoning as to why they dismissed the case against Im Chaem for the ECCC’s lack of personal jurisdiction.   77 more words

Crimes Against Humanity