Pol Pot News
Final Presidential Debate 2012 Preview: The Candidates Debate
Preview coverage of the final presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in Florida.
Jan. 7, 1979: Fall of Phnom Penh
Cambodian rebels backed by Vietnamese troops take over the Cambodian capital.
The Tuberculosis War: Fighting the Spread of TB
Few Resources and Poverty Fuel Tuberculosis in India and Cambodia but Experts Say the Epidemic Can Be Stopped
Exploring 10 Popular Sleep Myths
Every day almost every person on earth sleeps, yet many questions remain about this state of suspended consciousness and what it actually accomplishes. We still don't know why we need shut-eye every night , just that we do. Different myths and explanations have sprung up about all aspects of sleep
Tracking Suspected American Pedophiles in Cambodia
Reporter Goes Inside 'Operation Twisted Traveler': Coordinated International Crackdown on Alleged Sex Predators
Quick Fix: Cambodia's Killing Fields to Kiddy Porn
ABC's Dan Harris connects Cambodia's child sex rings to genocide under Pol Pot.
Jewish Groups Assail Nazi Comparisons Made by Conservatives in Health Care Debate
“Regardless of the political differences and the substantive differences in the debate over health care, the use of Nazi symbolism is outrageous, offensive and inappropriate,” said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director and a Holocaust survivor. “Americans should be able...
Cambodian 'Killing Fields' Trial Opens; the Chief Accused Expresses Remorse
30 Years After Millions Were Killed in Cambodia, the Genocide Trial Began Today
Cambodia's boom depends on USA
The streets of this riverside capital are thick with traffic, sport-utility vehicles favored by foreign aid workers as well as the more modest cars piloted by locals. Scaffolded construction sites dot the dusty downtown and locals spy Western investment bankers with the enthusiasm reserved
Report about Osama's Son Viewed as Not Credible by Analysts
AL QAEDA Report about Osama's Son Viewed as Not Credible by Analysts Terrorism analysts and counter-terrorism officials voiced extreme skepticism today in reaction to the report that Osama bin Laden's oldest son, Saad, has been released from custody in Iran and sent to Syria to recruit Lebanese