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Victor Koppe, defence attorney for Nuon Chea (front row, right) at the ECCC in January 2015 (Photo: Flickr/ECCC/Peter Ford)
07 April 2015 by Ate Hoekstra, Phnom Penh (Cambodia)

At the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), case 002/02 against former Khmer Rouge leaders Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan is in full swing [IJT-168]. Defence lawyer Victor Koppe, who represents Nuon Chea, spoke to IJT, noting, among other things, that bias against the accused has been unmatched. 

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25 May 2011 by Jared Ferrie

Cambodia’s troubled tribunal has suffered further setbacks in recent weeks as a series of public disputes pitted officials against one another. The spats escalated quickly and dramatically with co-prosecutors issuing opposing statements and investigative judges reportedly threatening the international co-prosecutor with contempt of court.

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15 April 2014 by Julia Wallace, Phnom Penh (Cambodia)

The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) defined, on April 4, the scope of the second trial of the last two senior Khmer Rouge leaders. The judges have given a go ahead for what should be, on paper, a crucial trial before the ECCC, which finally addresses the most serious crimes of the Khmer Rouge: genocide, forced labour, forced marriage, rape and internal purges. 

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