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Amnesty accuses Myanmar military of 'crimes against humanity'  Amnesty International says the actions of military may constitute 'crimes against humanity' after allegations against the Rohingya Muslim minority   Top Khmer Rouge leaders guilty of crimes against humanity
Satellite images of Myanmar village burning Map of Rakhine Myanmar  Amnesty International has released images which it says show an 'orchestrated campaign' to burn Rohingya villages in western Myanmar Rohingya crisis: Civilians 'maimed by landmines'   Myanmar: Some suffered crippling injuries after apparently stepping on army landmines as they fled violence in Myanmar   Aung San Suu Kyi: No ethnic cleansing of Muslim minority Map of Rakhine Myanmar


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  Myanmar: Suu Kyi has denied there is ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar, despite widespread reports of abuses


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Dec.18


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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


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Feb.2


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

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Sep.15 Tribunal indicts 4 ex-Khmer Rouge leaders  Cambodia: Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes tribunal has accused them of genocide, torture and religious persecution Jul.25 Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty
  Cambodia: 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 years in prison, but he will serve only 30


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Dec.17 Genocide charge for Khieu Samphan  Cambodia: A UN-backed tribunal has charged formerly the head of state for the Khmer Rouge with genocide Aug.21 Vietnam massacre soldier 'sorry'   US Georgia: Lt William Calley convicted for his part in the My Lai massacre during the Vietnam War has offered his first public apology

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Jul.14 Leaders to admit E Timor abuses   Bali: The leaders of Indonesia and East Timor are to acknowledge the crimes against humanity committed during East Timor's vote for independence

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Dec.5 Rebels jailed for life  Philippines: A court has jailed 14 Muslim militants for the high-profile abduction of a group of tourists in 2001 that left 5 hostages dead Nov.19 Genocide tribunal begins   Cambodia: The U.N.-backed tribunal opened its first formal hearing in Phnom Penh with the chief torturer of the Khmer Rouge the first to appear Nov.11 Key Khmer Rouge figures arrested   Cambodia: Police have arrested former Foreign Minister Ieng Sary and his wife to face charges of crimes against humanity and war crimes Oct.30   Army 'recruiting children'
  Myanmar: Human Rights Watch: The army is forcibly recruiting children to cover gaps left by a lack of adult recruits
Jul.10 Rebels behead troops  Philippines: 8 Philippine marines have been killed, 4 of them beheaded, by Islamic rebels in the south of the country

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Jul.20 Khmer Rouge 'butcher' dies at 80
  Cambodia: Ta Mok, a former army chief of the Khmer Rouge who was accused of genocide, has died at the age of 80 Jul.14 Top Khmer Rouge leader 'in coma'  Cambodia: Ta Mok, 80, the former Khmer Rouge army chief, is facing trial for crimes against humanity May.26 Militias torch homes. East Timor

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Apr.21   PM Koizumi apologises over war
  Indonesia: Japanese Prime Minister has expressed 'deep remorse' over Japan's wartime aggression at the Asia-Africa summit Apr.20 Burma 'used chemicals on rebels'  Myanmar: An international human rights group has accused the army of using chemical weapons in an attack on rebel groups

year 2004 Top ^

Apr.20 Tainted general run for president
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B. 2017-09-14 Satellite images of Myanmar village burning Rakhine, Myanmar
C. 2017-09-11 Rohingya crisis: Civilians 'maimed by landmines' Myanmar
D. 2017-04-05 Aung San Suu Kyi: No ethnic cleansing of Muslim minority Rakhine, Myanmar
E. 2016-12-18 Amnesty accuses Myanmar military of 'crimes against humanity' Myanmar
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
7. 2012-02-02 Life term for Khmer Rouge jailer Cambodia
8. 2011-11-20 Trial of Khmer Rouge trio begins Cambodia
9. 2011-01-30 Khmer Rouge duo appear in court Cambodia


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