Cambodia News: Ieng Thirith

Finding Justice in Cambodia: Too Little, Too Late? - Diplomatic Courier


Diplomatic Courier

Finding Justice in Cambodia: Too Little, Too Late?
Diplomatic Courier
So far, five senior regime figures have been tried: Kaing Guek Eav, also known as Duch, who ran the infamous S-21 security center; Nuon Chea, the regime's second-in-command; Ieng Sary, its foreign minister; Ieng Thirith, social affairs minister; and ...

25 Mar 2017 | 6:26 am

Sary's lawyers challenge genocide court | IOL - Independent Online


Sary's lawyers challenge genocide court | IOL
Independent Online
Former Khmer Rouge foreign minister Ieng Sary has appeared in court again, seeking his release from detention.

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11 Mar 2017 | 5:37 pm

A Mother Remembers Ieng Thirith's Brutal Gender Policy | Khmer ... - Khmer Times


Khmer Times

A Mother Remembers Ieng Thirith's Brutal Gender Policy | Khmer ...
Khmer Times
Mey Ran worked as a medic for Khmer Rouge fighters in Pailin during the civil war, up until the detente in 1996. Khmer Rouge policies kept her separate from ...

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30 Aug 2015 | 10:12 am

Ieng Thirith: Scholar who became the highest-ranked woman in the Khmer Rouge and was later charged with genocide - The Independent


The Independent

Ieng Thirith: Scholar who became the highest-ranked woman in the Khmer Rouge and was later charged with genocide
The Independent
Ieng Thirith was the highest-ranking woman in the Khmer Rouge, the genocidal regime that oversaw the death of nearly 2m Cambodians. Sister-in-law of the movement's leader, Pol Pot, she was a Sorbonne-educated Shakespeare scholar but went on to ...
Ieng Thirith, 'First Lady' of the Khmer Rouge, Dies at 83TIME
Hundreds Bid Farewell to Ieng Thirith in PailinThe Cambodia Daily
Ieng Thirith dies at 83; accused in brutal Khmer Rouge regimeLos Angeles Times
The Phnom Penh Post -Radio Free Asia -Asian Correspondent
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24 Aug 2015 | 2:11 pm

Ieng Thirith dead: Former 'first lady' of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime dies aged 83 - The Independent


The Independent

Ieng Thirith dead: Former 'first lady' of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime dies aged 83
The Independent
Ieng Thirith, the former 'first lady' of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime, has died aged 83 on Saturday without victims ever seeing her face trial on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity. Thirith was the highest-ranking woman in the genocidal ...
Ieng Thirith, Khmer Rouge Minister in Cambodia, Dies at 83New York Times
Ieng Thirith, Khmer Rouge 'First Lady,' Dies at 83The Cambodia Daily
Ieng Thirith: 'First Lady' of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge dies while facing charges of genocide, crimes against humanityABC Online
Daily Mail -Washington Post
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22 Aug 2015 | 10:39 am

Khmer Rouge's 'first lady' Ieng Thirith dies - Aljazeera.com (blog)


Aljazeera.com (blog)

Khmer Rouge's 'first lady' Ieng Thirith dies
Aljazeera.com (blog)
Ieng Thirith - the sister-in-law of Pol Pot - has died in her home in Pailin province, one of the last strongholds of the Khmer Rouge. She was 83. She died at 10:30am local time on Saturday, her lawyer Phat Pouv Seang told Al Jazeera. She had been ...

22 Aug 2015 | 4:48 am

Ieng Thirith dependent on feeding tube: son - The Phnom Penh Post


The Phnom Penh Post

Ieng Thirith dependent on feeding tube: son
The Phnom Penh Post
The health of former Khmer Rouge minister of social affairs and former war crimes tribunal defendant Ieng Thirith has deteriorated to the point that she requires oxygen and a feeding tube just to stay alive, her son said on Wednesday. Thirith, 82, has ...

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22 May 2014 | 7:30 pm

Khmer Rouge's Ieng Thirith released - Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

Khmer Rouge's Ieng Thirith released
Telegraph.co.uk
The tribunal said earlier that Ieng Thirith's release does not mean the charges against her are being withdrawn and is not a finding of guilt or innocence. It plans to consult annually with experts to see whether future medical advances could render ...

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16 Sep 2012 | 8:13 am

Khmer Rouge leaders facing trial - BBC News


New York Times

Khmer Rouge leaders facing trial
BBC News
Three main leaders - Nuon Chea, Khieu Samphan and Ieng Sary - will be in court. Another, Ieng Thirith, has been found incapable of standing trial because of ill health. Former Khmer Rouge prison chief Kaing Guek Eav, better known as Comrade Duch, was ...
UN Court in Cambodia Recommends Freeing Defendant Ill With DementiaNew York Times
Only female Khmer Rouge defendant freedTelegraph.co.uk
At Cambodia War-Crimes Trial, Defendants Are Not All ThereTIME
Daily Mail -The Independent -UN News Centre
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18 Nov 2011 | 7:31 am