The Current | Mar 19, 2013 | 16:02

Ex-Khmer Rouge leader dies as tribunal continues

Victims of the Khmer Rouge may live to see the last of their persecutors -- but they may not ever see justice. Key suspect Ieng Sary, one of three elderly defendants standing trial for war crimes, died last week.

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