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Genocide charge for Khieu Samphan  A UN-backed tribunal has charged formerly the head of state for the Khmer Rouge with genocide Closing arguments end in K. Rouge trial  Closing argument wrapped up in the trial of Kaing Guek Eav, known as Duch, a former prison chief accused of killing thousands of people Khmer Rouge trial of Duch set to end  The first trial at Khmer Rouge tribunal is entering its final week, with lawyers giving closing arguments after months of testimony Bid to ease Khmer Rouge leader  Attorneys for Kaing Guek Eav lobbied to ease conditions under which the former Khmer Rouge prison chief is being held during his trial War crimes court in corruption probe  2 employees of the court's Office of Administration told CNN of an ongoing kickback scheme involving Cambodian staff Khmer Rouge leader admits crimes  Kaing Guek Eav - also known as Duch - admitted responsibility for crimes committed during the regime's brutal rule Court hears Khmer Rouge testimony  Prosecutors have started to outline the case against a former Khmer Rouge leader, 30 years after the brutal Maoist regime fell First Khmer Rouge trial to begin
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  Former Khmer Rouge leaders begin genocide trial Map of Phnom Penh Cambodia  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 trial   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   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 Khmer Rouge trial hearing opens  A UN-backed tribunal in Cambodia is holding its first hearing in the trial of four former top Khmer Rouge leaders 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 Tribunal indicts 4 ex-Khmer Rouge leaders  Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes tribunal has accused them of genocide, torture and religious persecution Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty
  Top Khmer Rouge leaders guilty of crimes against humanity

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  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

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  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...

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  The long-awaited UN-backed trial of a Kaing Guek Eav - better known as Duch is set to get under way, 30 years after the fall of the regime
Jan.19 First ex-Khmer Rouge faces U.N. trial  Kaing Guek Eav, a former member of genocidal regime, will be the first from the Maoist movement to stand trial before a tribunal

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Jun.29 Top Khmer Rouge diplomat in court  Former foreign minister 82-year-old Ieng Sary has appeared before genocide tribunal to appeal against his detention Apr.22 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

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Dec.3 Bail denied for Khmer Rouge chief Nov.19 Genocide tribunal begins Khmer Rouge jailer to face court Nov.18 Former Khmer Rouge leader arrested
  Khieu Samphan, the former head of state, was arrested by a U.N.-backed genocide tribunal after being taken from a hospital
Nov.14 Arrest talk on ex-Khmer Rouge PM Nov.11 Key Khmer Rouge figures arrested Sep.18 Top Khmer Rouge leader detained
  Officials from a genocide tribunal have detained Nuon Chea, the most senior surviving leader of Khmer Rouge regime Jul.31 First Khmer Rouge leader charged
  An ex-Khmer Rouge prison chief Kang Kek Ieu has been charged with crimes against humanity by a UN-backed tribunal

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Jan.1 Khmer Rouge trial law
  Parliament approves legislation to bring former leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime to trial

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