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29 August 2011 by -

The only female Khmer Rouge leader on trial for genocide at Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal is suffering from dementia and memory loss, a health expert said on Monday.

The medical assessment added to speculation that former social affairs minister Ieng Thirith, 79, could be deemed unfit to answer charges over the deaths of up to two million people during the regime's 1975-79 rule of terror.

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06 April 2011 by -

Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal is expected to dismiss two new cases against Khmer Rouge suspects in the face of ongoing political pressure, court observers say.

The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), dogged by allegations of political interference and strapped for cash, has yet to announce whether it will go ahead with a third and fourth case against five unnamed members of the brutal 1975-1979 regime. 

But court monitors say a decision is expected in the next few weeks.

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28 March 2011 by -

Lawyers for former Khmer Rouge prison chief Duch called for his release on Monday, arguing at an appeal that he was only following orders when he oversaw the deaths of some 15,000 people.

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09 May 2011 by -

The international co-prosecutor at Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia on Monday called for the unnamed suspects in a politically sensitive new Khmer Rouge case to face questioning.

In a written statement, Andrew Cayley urged the co-investigating judges to examine more crime sites and "summon and question the suspects", adding that he felt their alleged crimes "have not been fully investigated".

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27 May 2011 by -

Two investigating judges at the Khmer Rouge genocide tribunal on Thursday issued a strong denial the UN-backed court was heading for a “crash,” as they faced increasing criticism for their work on controversial Case 003.

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31 August 2011 by Jared Ferrie

Judges will announce “sometime next year” if two politically sensitive cases will be heard at Cambodia’s tribunal, according to the court’s international co-prosecutor. The decision will hinge on whether the suspects can be considered “senior leaders or those most responsible” for crimes committed by the Khmer Rouge regime.

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