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Vuth on the site where Khmer Rouge cannons were once stationed

The Memoria Palace & Resort: How Human Decency Calms the Thunderous Cannon

By: Tommy Boukhris There is a peaceful softness that accompanies the sunrise in the Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia.  The stillness and calm of the Memoria resort...

Cambodian woman praying, By: Paul Stocker

Pchum Ben

Pchum Ben, which is also known as Ancestors’ day and the Khmer Festival of the death, encourages the Khmers in Cambodia to make offerings to dead ancestors, visit...

Skulls found on the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, By: Bruno Ideriha

Cambodia’s Elusive Justice: How the Khmer Rouge Tribunal Finds Itself in a Loaded Minefield

By: Olesia Plokhii PHNOM PENH, Cambodia—Like those lush green pastures with roaming cows and floating pink water lilies in rural Cambodia, where children still lose...

Vann Nath in more recent years. Photo courtesy Melisa Fernandez

Victims of Khmer Rouge Worry Justice Won’t Stand Test of Time

By: Olesia Plokhii PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - As comatose Vann Nath’s lungs filled with water and family members pled for more donations to pay his $300 a day medical...