Người Trung Quốc viết về nạn diệt chủng của Khmer Đỏ

 
Posted on 23/02/2015 by The Observer
Khmer Đỏ tiếp quản Phnom PenhBiên dịch và ghi chú: Nguyễn Hải Hoành

Bài liên quan: Đọc “Pol Pot: Mổ xẻ một cơn ác mộng”;  Ảnh hưởng của Trung Quốc đối với chế độ Pol Pot

Lời giới thiệu của Dịch giả: Trong dịp kỷ niệm 30 năm ngày chính quyền Campuchia Dân chủ của Khmer Đỏ sụp đổ (4-1978), nhiều báo mạng Trung Quốc đăng bài viết về cuộc diệt chủng xảy ra dưới chính quyền này. Sau đây chúng tôi xin giới thiệu một bài có đầu đề “Vén bức màn bí mật về cuộc đại tàn sát do Khmer Đỏ tiến hành nhân danh cách mạng” (không thấy ghi tên tác giả). Vì bài rất dài nên chúng tôi lược bỏ một số đoạn không cần thiết lắm nhưng có chú thích, các đoạn còn lại thì dịch nguyên văn để bạn đọc hiểu chính xác ý tác giả. Continue reading “Người Trung Quốc viết về nạn diệt chủng của Khmer Đỏ”

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Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in landmark ruling

(CNN) Almost four decades on from the collapse of Pol Pot’s tyrannical communist regime, an international tribunal has ruled that the Khmer Rouge committed genocide, a landmark verdict that is hoped will bring closure to millions of Cambodians.

More than 1.7 million people, or approximately a fifth of Cambodia’s population, are believed to have died from forced labor, starvation and execution under the Khmer Rouge which ruled the country between 1975 and 1979.

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One journalist killed every four days: United Nations

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More than 100 journalists were killed last year while doing their jobs, according to the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom.

More than 100 journalists were killed last year while doing their jobs, according to the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom.

The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) said 101 journalists were killed in 2016, the equivalent of one journalist every four days.
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Canada strips Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi of honorary citizenship

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Canadian lawmakers vote unanimously to revoke symbolic honour from Myanmar leader over her handling of Rohingya crisis.

U.N. calls for Myanmar generals to be tried for genocide, blames Facebook for incitement

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GENEVA (Reuters) – Myanmar’s military carried out mass killings and gang rapes of Muslim Rohingya with “genocidal intent”, and the commander-in-chief and five generals should be prosecuted for the gravest crimes under international law, United Nations investigators said.

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A report by investigators was the first time the United Nations has explicitly called for Myanmar officials to face genocide charges over their campaign against the Rohingya, and is likely to deepen the country’s isolation. Continue reading “U.N. calls for Myanmar generals to be tried for genocide, blames Facebook for incitement”

UN chief and rights groups raise concerns over Rohingya deal

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First group of refugees to be sent back to Myanmar next week but critics say details are unclear

Rohingya Hindu refugees stand outside their make shift shelters at a refugee camp near Cox’s bazar, Bangladesh.

 

Concerns are growing among United Nations agencies and humanitarian groups over an agreement between the Bangladesh and Myanmar governments to repatriate several hundred thousand Rohingya refugees within two years.

Bangladesh state media reported on Wednesday that the first batch of Rohingya would be sent back to Myanmar next week. Rights groups said it remained unclear whether refugees would be forced to return against their will. Continue reading “UN chief and rights groups raise concerns over Rohingya deal”

Despite global criticism, Myanmar’s Rakhine strategy retains strong domestic support

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As the global community continues to put pressure on Myanmar to stop the violence in Rakhine State, Channel NewsAsia speaks to ordinary Myanmar citizens about their take on the situation.

 

 
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YANGON: While there has been widespread global condemnation of the violence taking place in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, many ordinary people in the country are standing solidly behind the government and State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi. Continue reading “Despite global criticism, Myanmar’s Rakhine strategy retains strong domestic support”

U.S. Push to Halt Genocide in South Sudan Unravels at United Nations

U.S. Push to Halt Genocide in South Sudan Unravels at United Nations

Faced with a dire U.N. warning of a possible genocide in South Sudan, the United States was set this week to finally embrace an arms embargo against the world’s newest country to ratchet down the military might of its warring parties and, potentially, help spare the lives of hundreds of thousands of civilians caught in the crossfire of worsening civil war. Continue reading “U.S. Push to Halt Genocide in South Sudan Unravels at United Nations”

Central African Republic: the fight against impunity

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A country that does not investigate or hold to account those who are responsible for crimes and violence risks continued and future fighting because the rage, injustice and fear felt by victims festers, gets passed on to future generations and eventually can explode, said UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein.

“There must be judicial accountability,” he said. “This individual accountability is an important factor in eroding the dangerous perception that a whole community is collectively responsible for the violence that has taken place. Lack of accountability will generate feelings of cynicism and distrust…and breed the idea that people need to arm to prevent atrocities from happening again.”

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