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Cambodia's war crimes court upholds conviction against last surviving Khmer Rouge leader

Summary by Ground News
Khieu Samphan, the last surviving senior leader of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime, has failed in his appeal to overturn his genocide conviction. The final verdict brings a close to a court process stretching 16 years, costing $500 million. The communist movement seized control of Cambodia in April 1975, unleashing a reign of terror lasting almost four years in the South-East Asian nation. An estimated 2 million people died due to mass starvation, political persecution and mass killings, a catastrophic forced evacuation of the capital Phnom Penh.

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