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Khmer Rouge trial resumes

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President of the Cambodian Senate Chea Sim (C) leaves after a ceremony to mark the 34th anniversary of the toppling of Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge regime
President of the Cambodian Senate Chea Sim (C) leaves after a ceremony to mark the 34th anniversary of the toppling of Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge regime Reuters/Samrang Pring

The hearings of three former Khmer Rouge officials accused of crimes against humanity resumed in Cambodia on Tuesday. They are being heard at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, also known as the ECCC. Former UN ambassador Sichan Siv, Cambodian explains that his family was killed, while he managed to escape from a labour camp and make it to the United States.

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