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Khmer Rouge Genocide: Court rules former leaders committed genocide

The harsh rule of the Khmer Rouge killed about 25 percent of Cambodia's population. Now, the regime's two surviving senior leaders are being held to account. A UN-backed tribunal has found them guilty of genocide. The communist movement's deputy leader and its former head of state have been sentenced to life in prison. Reagan Des Vignes reports. #Cambodia #Genocide #KhmerRouge

Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in Cambodia

Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in Cambodia

24 Years After The Srebrenica Genocide | Picture This

24 Years After The Srebrenica Genocide | Picture This

Rwandans embrace Islam after the 1994 genocide

Rwandans embrace Islam after the 1994 genocide

Rohingya Genocide Case - Court: Myanmar must abide by UN genocide convention

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