Khmer Rouge conviction and Cambodia Year Zero

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At the international court convened in Cambodia, two former Khmer Rouge leaders – Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea – have been finally convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity — the genocide that killed up to two million people.

John Pilger's landmark 1979 film, Year Zero: The Silent Death of Cambodia, alerted much of the world to the suffering of the Cambodian people.

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