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America's Hidden History -- The Forced March of 1862 in Minnesota

by Chris Mato Nunpa, PhD
retired Associate Professor of History at Southwest Minnesota State University and author of the upcoming (Sept. 2019) The Great Evil: Genocide, the Bible, and the Indigenous People of the United States… 522 more words


Last Khmer Rouge leaders guilty of genocide, get life terms

This is an exciting and long-awaited news for us the genocide survivors globally! For the first time, two leaders of Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia have been convicted of genocide. 136 more words


Cambodia: Khmer Rouge genocide's recognized

The two still living Khmer Rouge leaders have finally been condemned this Friday to life imprisonment for genocide. It is the first time that this term is used by the international court to qualify crimes committed against the Vietnamese, Chams, and other religious minorities. 211 more words


KR Leaders Found Guilty of Genocide

Two ex-Khmer Rouge leaders have been found guilty and sentenced for genocide in what is possibly the last trial by the Khmer Rouge tribunal. The two leaders were Nuon Chea, 92, a former deputy leader under Pol Pot in the Khmer Rouge regime, and Khieu Samphan, 87, ex-Head of State. 155 more words


Former Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide

Two top officials of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge were found guilty of genocide by a U.N.-backed court on Friday, almost four decades after the apocalyptic regime which oversaw the “Killing Fields” was overthrown. 87 more words

Novel Bites: Lizzie from Running Away

Novel Bites is a series of short stories from the perspective of secondary characters in my novels. Sometimes the story is straight from the novel, sometimes it’s not. 694 more words