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    VOA Khmer
    29 November 2012
    Cambodian-American victims of the Khmer Rouge who filed with the court in Cambodia met in Virginia last week to get updates from the UN-backed trials of three former regime leaders. Among them was Chea Mary, who smiled as she told those gathered that she felt she had become a part of history by seeking justice at the tribunal. (Men Kimseng, Washington)

    Some 'Relief' for Khmer Rouge Victims in US

    VOA Khmer

    Published 30.11.2012

    Cambodian-American victims of the Khmer Rouge who filed with the court in Cambodia met in Virginia last week to get updates from the UN-backed trials of three former regime leaders. Among them was Chea Mary, who smiled as she told those gathered that she felt she had become a part of history by seeking justice at the tribunal. (Men Kimseng, Washington)


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