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  Former Khmer Rouge leaders begin genocide trial   Khieu Samphan, the former head of state, and Nuon Chea, Pol Pot's deputy, the last surviving leaders of the regime are to begin their second... Japan lawmakers in shrine visit   Almost 150 Japanese lawmakers have visited the Yasukuni Shrine, in a move likely to further sour ties with regional neighbours S Korea warns Japan over sex slaves  President Park Geun-hye has warned Japan it will only bring isolation on itself if it reviews a statement acknowledging its wartime use of sex...   Japan PM visits Yasukuni shrine Map of Yasukuni Tokyo Japan
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1. 2015-12-28 'Comfort women': Japan and South Korea hail agreement South Korea
2. 2015-12-27 Japan and South Korea to discuss 'comfort women' issue South Korea
D. 2015-07-19 Mitsubishi to make prisoners of war apology Japan
E. 2014-12-12 China commemorates Nanjing massacre Nanjing, China
2014-08-06 Top Khmer Rouge leaders guilty of crimes against humanity Cambodia
6. 2014-07-29 Former Khmer Rouge leaders begin genocide trial Phnom Penh, Cambodia
H. 2014-04-21 Japan lawmakers in shrine visit Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo
8. 2014-02-28 S Korea warns Japan over sex slaves South Korea
J. 2013-12-25 Japan PM visits Yasukuni shrine

  Japan and South Korea to discuss 'comfort women' issue  Foreign ministers are set to discuss the fraught issue of women, forced to work in Japanese brothels during World War Two   Mitsubishi to make prisoners of war apology  The Mitsubishi corporation is to make a landmark apology for using American prisoners of war (POWs) as forced labour during World War Two China commemorates Nanjing massacre   Chinese President Xi Jinping has presided over a ceremony marking the 77th anniversary of the Nanjing massacre   Top Khmer Rouge leaders guilty of crimes against humanity
  'Comfort women': Japan and South Korea hail agreement


year 2015 Top ^

Dec.28   South Korea
  The leaders have welcomed the agreement between their two countries to settle the issue of women forced to work in Japanese brothels during WWII
Dec.27   South Korea
Jul.19   Japan


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.12   China
Aug.6   Cambodia
  Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan have been jailed for life after being convicted by Cambodia's UN-backed tribunal of crimes against humanity
 Nuon Chea served as leader Pol Pot's deputy and Khieu Samphan was the Maoist regime's head of state

Jul.29   Cambodia
Apr.21   Tokyo
Feb.28   South Korea


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.25   Tokyo
  Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited a controversial shrine to World War Two dead, exactly one year after he took office
May.13   Japan   Japan's WWII sex slaves 'necessary'   Osaka Mayor Toru Hashimoto has described as 'necessary' the system by which women were forced to become prostitutes for World War II troops Apr.22   Tokyo Japan MPs visit Yasukuni Shrine   Dozens of MPs have visited a war-linked shrine, as multiple vessels from China and Japan sailed in waters near disputed East China Sea islan...

year 2012 Top ^

Feb.2   Cambodia   Life term for Khmer Rouge jailer
  Cambodia's UN-backed genocide court has rejected an appeal by Khmer Rouge jailer Duch and increased his sentence to life imprisonment

year 2011 Top ^

Nov.20   Cambodia   Trial of Khmer Rouge trio begins
  The three most senior surviving leaders of genocidal regime have gone on trial. They include Nuon Chea, also known as Brother #2 Jan.30   Cambodia Khmer Rouge duo appear in court  Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, two of the most senior surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge, are appearing in court

year 2010 Top ^

Sep.15   Cambodia Tribunal indicts 4 ex-Khmer Rouge leaders  Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes tribunal has accused them of genocide, torture and religious persecution Jul.25   Cambodia Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty
  Former Khmer Rouge prison chief, 67, has been found guilty of crimes against humanity by Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes tribunal.    Kaing Guek Eav, was sentenced to 35 yea...


year 2009 Top ^

Dec.17   Cambodia Genocide charge for Khieu Samphan  A UN-backed tribunal has charged formerly the head of state for the Khmer Rouge with genocide

year 2008 Top ^

Jul.14   Bali Leaders to admit E Timor abuses  The leaders of Indonesia and East Timor are to acknowledge the crimes against humanity committed during East Timor's vote for independence Apr.22   Cambodia Former Khmer Rouge leader in court  Khieu Samphan, 76, the former Khmer Rouge head of state appeared at U.N.-assisted genocide tribunal for a pretrial hearing Mar.5   Japan U.S. Marines face courts-martial  The U.S. military will court-martial 4 Marines in Japan for the alleged rape of 19-year-old Japanese woman Feb.19   Japan Marine suspected of rape
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  The U.S. military imposed tight restrictions on all personnel in Okinawa amid a furor over the arrest of Staff Sgt. Tyrone Luther Hadnott, 38.    Japanese authorities released an American Marine accused of rap...


year 2006 Top ^

Jul.20   Cambodia Khmer Rouge 'butcher' dies at 80
  Ta Mok, a former army chief of the Khmer Rouge who was accused of genocide, has died at the age of 80

year 2005 Top ^

Oct.16   Tokyo   PM visits Yasukuni shrine
  Junichiro Koizumi has visited a controversial war shrine in Tokyo for the 5th time since taking office in 2001


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