A photo gallery of Kate Webb, war correspondent and Phnom Penh bureau chief for United Press International (UPI) in 1970 after reporting the Vietnam war between 1967 and 1969.
Researcher Sirik Savina writes a reflection article discussing the legacies of Kate Webb and the Cambodian war on the 24th anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement.
New research seeks to understand why Cambodians joined the Khmer Rouge and how people today perceive their roles in the brutal regime.
More needs to be done, they say, to help refugees resettle in order to prevent further suffering and future social problems.
The plans include the preservation of the meeting rooms of Pol Pot and the house of former Khmer Rouge commander Ta Mok, and the installation of information kiosks in town.
Chhang Youk says the center needs at least two years to properly document and file the archive, after which it will be available to researchers.
Commissioned from Indonesian artist I Nyoman Nuarta, the sculpture will depict a woman rising from the earth, carrying a child.
The W3 Award honors “creative excellence on the web,” and are selected by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts.
The program will be a weekly production between tribunal staff and the media center, broadcasting updates on court matters each Thursday, 6 pm to 7 pm, at FM102.
Over the decades, Julio Jeldres amassed a collection of research materials, from videos and photographs, to interviews, papers, and books.
Hearing relates specifically to actions by Khmer Rouge leaders Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea against two minority groups: ethnic Cham Muslims and ethnic Vietnamese
In interviews with VOA Khmer, three suspects, Meas Muth, Ta An and Im Chaem, denied the atrocity crimes charges made against them.