FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The death of Ieng Sary – one of three Khmer Rouge leaders accused of genocide and war crimes before a tribunal in Phnom Penh – may have also killed off attempts by victims and their families to recover his assets and hidden wealth, including a bank account in Hong Kong.
Luke Hunt reports for World Politics Review PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — Kang Guek Eav, a.k.a. Duch, the notorious commandant of Pol Pot’s S21 death camp where about 16,000 people were sent to their deaths, was […]
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FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Almost 33 years after Pol Pot was driven from power by invading Vietnamese, his surviving lieutenants are about to see their day in court. Prosecutor Andrew Cayley is confident enough evidence exists […]