ECCC lawyer donates 1,400 files to DC-CAM in ‘great step’ for justice

Publication date 11 October 2022 | 20:33 | ICT

A Khmer Rouge Tribunal lawyer has donated hundreds of Civil Party files to the Documentation Centre of Cambodia (DC-Cam), in what was hailed as “the next great step forward” for justice for the victims of the genocidal regime.

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