Long search seemed to have a happy ending when a donor stepped forward; complications set in, but hope is still alive.
The Documentation Center of Cambodia has been the most prominent Cambodian institution to research and record the history and suffering under the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979.
Khemarey Khoeun, who won a hotly contested April vote, is to be sworn in as a park district commissioner in Skokie, Illinois, on May 16
Sokha remained tight-lipped about policy discussions, saying he does not want to give away his position to the ruling Cambodian People’s Party of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Huot Vuthy and Radio Free Asia have denied the allegations and said he would not attend legal proceedings in Cambodia.
A justice spokesman said this week that Chun Chanboth would be arrested at the May hearing if he was found guilty.
But more than four decades later Kung’s eldest son, Chap Sokunthea has been promoted to the rank of commander in the U.S. Navy Reserve’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command in Hawaii, bringing pride to the family, says Kung.
In new radio documentary, Greg Barron explores experiences of Cambodians who fled Pol Pot, decades after they, and he, spent time in Thai refugee camps.
Some 600 Cambodians have signed up for the meditation retreat in Siem Reap, which is to take place on April 23 to May 2.
Under the new rules, all forms of financial contributions from overseas institutions and foreign-funded groups are banned from donating to political parties in Cambodia.