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PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia called on U.S. media group VICE to withdraw an article featuring newly colourised photos of the Khmer Rouge "killing fields" victims, saying the images were an insult to the dead because some mugshots had been altered to add smiles.
As political scientist Linn Hammergren lamented more than two decades ago, 'It’s the slipperiest concept in the policy lexicon '.
GENEVA (Reuters) - A U.N. team of investigators on Myanmar appealed on Wednesday for people to collect and preserve documentary evidence of crimes ordered by the military since a Feb. 1 coup, in order to build future cases against its leaders.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia razed a U.S.-built building on its largest naval base to allow for further expansion and will relocate the demolished facility, Cambodia's government said on Sunday, denying reports of Chinese involvement in the redevelopment.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Cambodia has demolished a U.S.-built facility on the country's largest naval base, according to images published by an American think tank on Friday, amid increasing concern in Washington about China's access to military bases in the nation.
TOM Romano, writing in his book Blending Genre, Altering Style, suggested alternative ways of sharing research material. The majority of research application formats came directly from the newspaper.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - The Khmer Rouge commander known as Comrade Duch, Pol Pot's main executioner and security chief who oversaw the murder of at least 14,000 Cambodians at the notorious Tuol Sleng prison, died on Wednesday. He was 77.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - For survivors of Cambodia's brutal Khmer Rouge regime, the death of the group's executioner and security chief, known as Comrade Duch, has brought a further, small sense, of justice for their enduring suffering.
MULTIGENRE writing has become one of the most productive approaches teachers can use to help students write creative, informational research reports.
FOR readers who may have missed our earlier features, The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (Star-NiE) programme has been running weekly lessons in StarEdu since June 28, on how multigenre writing has become one of the most productive approaches teachers can use to help students write creative, informational research reports.