Ousted leader admits that his regime made mistakes but maintains that only several thousand Cambodians died Pol Pot, the deposed prime minister of Cambodia, is alive and well, according to a group of Japanese correspondents who met him at a ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
Many years ago I met the journalist Nate Thayer at a party. I congratulated him on his reporting on the trial of Pol Pot, one of history’s great monsters. The trial — apparently something of a sham, as it was ... FULL ARTICLE AT Media Nation - Dan Kennedy
The Khmer Rouge (Khmer: ខ្មែរក្រហម) was the communist ruling political party of Cambodia — which it renamed Democratic Kampuchea — from 1975 to 1979.
Gradually losing power following a Vietnamese invasion in December 1978, the Khmer Rouge maintained control in some regions until 1998 when their final stronghold, in Anlong Veng District, fell to the government.
The term "Khmer Rouge," French for... Full Article At Wikipedia.org