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    Emotional Scene Follows Khmer Rouge Guilty Verdictsi
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    08 August 2014
    A United Nations-backed war crimes tribunal in Cambodia has handed down long awaited guilty verdicts against two aging leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime. VOA's Say Mony reports from Phnom Penh in this story narrated by VOA's ​Pin Sisovann.

    Emotional Scene Follows Khmer Rouge Guilty Verdicts

    Published 09.08.2014

    A United Nations-backed war crimes tribunal in Cambodia has handed down long awaited guilty verdicts against two aging leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime. VOA's Say Mony reports from Phnom Penh in this story narrated by VOA's ​Pin Sisovann.


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