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30 Years

It took 30 years to get there… Today was the first day of the trial against a Khmer Rouge… (Story VIJ2009013)…

CAMBODIA. Kambol (Phnom Penh). 17/02/2009: Kaing Guek Euv, alias Duch, in front of his judges on the opening of the ECCC tribunal.

CAMBODIA. Kambol (Phnom Penh). 17/02/2009: Vann Nath, painter and Tuol Sleng survivor, at opening of Duch trial at the ECCC.

CAMBODIA. Kambol (Phnom Penh). 17/02/2009: Reach Sambath, ECCC spokesman, talking to the press at opening of Duch trial.

CAMBODIA. Kambol (Phnom Penh). 17/02/2009: Kaing Guek Euv, alias Duch, in front of his judges on the opening of the ECCC tribunal on screen in press room.

CAMBODIA. Kambol (Phnom Penh). 17/02/2009: Journalists during first hearing of Kaing Geuk Euv, Alias Duch, head of S21 interrogation center during the Khmer Rouge regime.

One Response to “30 Years”

  1. its been a long long time coming and this and the ensuing days and months, i eagerly await to see what happens…..

    b

    p.s. again, i love that your story is as much about the coverage of the story itself…an important story in itself….thanks for keeping us open…

    bobblack - February 17th, 2009 at 10:28 pm