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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
13 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
14 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
15 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
16 Oct 2011
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BY JENNIFER LONG ANCHOR EMILY SPAIN The newest chapter in the Iranian murder mystery plot unfolds. Vice President Joe Biden responds to the failed attempt to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the United States on Good Morning America. “Unite the whole world in the moral disapprobation of the Iranian actions so that ... That it's not United States versus Iran, that the isolation of Iran and the attempt to change the behavior is universal not just with us.” Two men have been charged with the alleged murder-for-hire plot. The plan involved paying a Mexican drug cartel to assassinate Suadi ambassador Adel alJubeir by bombing a restaurant in Washington. The U.S. says the Iranian government is behind the conspiracy. Iran says no way. The Washington Post quotes an expert on Iranian affairs who agrees with the administration saying... “... it is definitely from the top; $1.3 million is not by any means a ‘frugal’ amount of money, and it indicates that it has to do with the regime.” So where’s the beef? NBC News terrorism analyst Evan Kohlmann says if the U.S. government plans to unite the world against Iran, there’s gotta be more proof. “Iran often charges the U.S. with fabricating facts and I think it’s up to the U.S. now, particularly the justice department to prove its allegations. I mean we need to prove these allegations and we need to show countries like Russia and china on the Security Council that have been reticent to put more sanctions on Iran, reticent to take more aggressive action against Iran that this is not a conspiracy, this is not just a joke.” So what’s the next step for the United States? A blogger for The Telegraph says... “...Mr. Obama has sought to pursue a policy of reconciliation with Iran, in the hope that the regime can be persuaded to renounce its illegal nuclear programme. And this is the thanks he gets – a plot to carry out terrorist attacks on the American mainland. The president should accept that Iran is a sworn enemy of the US – and act accordingly.” A Huffington Post blogger says this is what it calls a “come to Jesus” moment. It argues that... “...given the history and politics involved, all signs are pointing in the wrong direction. It is often forgotten that in crises like this, it takes greater courage to stand for restraint and de-escalation than to opt for war and confrontation.” A blogger for CNN says despite any uncertainties the U.S. needs to take action. He say... “....the principle must be that such acts are intolerable. If this plot had succeeded, the necessary reaction would be much greater, but in the face of its failure we cannot shrug it off or turn it into a diplomatic issue - or we encourage the perpetrators to try again.”
15 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
17 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
18 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
19 Oct 2011
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Building on the critically-acclaimed browser-based game Rocketbirds: Revolution!, Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken features new characters, missions, puzzles, retro cut scenes, stereoscopic 3D support and more. Play as Hardboiled Chicken, the original Coq of War who sets out on a mission to assassinate the totalitarian penguin leader and take down the evil regime that has taken over Albatropolis. Destroy enemies with a slew of weapons as missions unlock the secrets to Hardboiled's mysterious past and illuminate the truth behind the penguin rule. Ruffle feathers and master fowl play in Co-op Campaign as a pair of Budgie commandos on a separate mission to save the general's daughter. Many lives will be destroyed, countless penguins will die!
19 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
20 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
21 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
22 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
23 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
24 Oct 2011
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One man’s journey to the heart of the Killing Fields. The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. In 'Enemies of the People' the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen. Unprecedented access from top to bottom of the Khmer Rouge has been achieved through a decade of work by one of Cambodia’s best investigative journalists, Thet Sambath.
25 Oct 2011
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BY NICOLE THOMPSON ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource world video analysis from Newsy. The U.S. is one man down in the Middle East-- as U.S. ambassador to Syria Robert Ford is withdrawn from the Middle-Eastern nation. Fox News has more. “Robert Ford is leaving the country, apparently due to major security concerns now in the capitol city of Damascus. Syria has also been dealing with heavy anti-government protests in recent months, which has led to several civilian deaths.” The BBC reports, Ford may have made some enemies in Syria. “The authorities in Damascus have strongly criticized Mr. Ford for meeting with Syrian opposition figures.” The BBC goes on to explain, this isn’t the first time Ford has been threatened... “Last month, Mr. Ford and colleagues were pelted with eggs and tomatoes when visiting an opposition figure. He was then briefly trapped in his office by pro-Assad demonstrators.” Last year, Ford became the first ambassador to Syria in five years- a controversy in itself. His departure has CNN anchor Max Foster asking-- should the U.S. even have an ambassador in Syria? “There are Republicans who didn’t want an ambassador going back into Syria because it didn’t want to seem to be supporting it in any way, and it is, under the state department rules, still seen as a state sponsor of terrorism. But at the same time it’s a crucial player in that region, so a lot of Democrats and other people around the world want to see a U.S. presence there because they say, let’s try to deal with them anyway, let’s try to find out what is their thinking.” So what’s next for the U.S.-- Syria - and Ambassador Ford? Al Jazeera reports - “[U.S. State Department spokesman Mark] Toner said the U.S. embassy will remain open in Damascus and that the threats were specifically directed toward Ford. He added that Ford's return to Damascus would depend on a US ‘assessment of Syrian regime-led incitement and the security situation on the ground.’” CNN reports Ford has been outspoken about Syria’s crackdown on anti-government protesters. According to the UN, more than 3,000 people - mostly unarmed demonstrators - have been killed since those protests began. Transcript by Newsy.
25 Oct 2011
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