Rare photos taken by American journalist Elizabeth Becker are now on display in Phnom Penh.
The renovation will lead to thousands of families to be moved from their homes along the railway in the process.
A meeting on funding is scheduled at the UN for Feb. 24, according to a donor country diplomat who spoke on condition of anonymity.
Nuon Chea has so far been the only one of three leaders on trial for atrocity crimes to repeatedly address the court in his defense.
Var Kimhong, head of Cambodia’s border committee, said obstacles to border agreements were “annihilated” in talks Feb. 13 and Feb. 14.
Police seized weapons and ammunition in an Aug. 13 raid last year in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district.
Nai Nep and Thim Thos, a 49-year-old commune official for the party, were questioned for two hours on Tuesday.
The three leaders—Noun Chea, Khieu Samphan and Ieng Sary—are charged with atrocity crimes that include genocide.
Citizens have the right to participate in politics, economics, society, culture—including peaceful protests, Lao Monghay said.
Son Chhay is drafting a bill to provide freedom of information that he hopes to put before the National Assembly soon.
Cambodian deputy prosecutor Veng Huot said Khieu Samphan had attained the movement’s highest rank through two decades of resistance.
The life sentence for Khmer Rouge torture chief Duch is a “good example” to society, a researcher said this week.