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RTRD5CY
April 14, 1998
Soldiers look at Khmer Rouge doctrine written on blackboards in an abandoned school house in the former...
Cambodia
SOLDIERS LOOK AT KHMER ROUGE DOCTRINE IN A ANLONG VENG SCHOOL HOUSE
Soldiers look at Khmer Rouge doctrine written on blackboards in an abandoned school house in the former guerrilla group's stronghold of Anlong Veng April 13. Cambodian government forces and Khmer Rouge defectors are searching for the infamous former guerrilla leader Pol Pot who they believe is holding out in the mountains a few kilometres north of Anlong Veng.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTRD5CP
April 14, 1998
A Cambodian government soldier examines old Khmer Rouge propaganda films found in the abandoned house...
Cambodia
CAMBODIAN SOLDIER EXAMINES KHMER ROUGE PROPAGANDA FILMS
A Cambodian government soldier examines old Khmer Rouge propaganda films found in the abandoned house of Khmer Rouge leader Ta Mok in Anlong Veng April 13. Cambodian government forces and Khmer Rouge defectors are searching for the infamous former guerrilla leader Pol Pot who they believe is holding out in the mountains a few kilometres north of Anlong Veng.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR5SJ0
August 04, 1997
FILE PHOTO 25JULY97 - Notorious Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot (L) along with key Khmer Rouge commanders...
Cambodia
FILE PHOTO OF KHMER ROUGE LEADER POL POT
FILE PHOTO 25JULY97 - Notorious Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot (L) along with key Khmer Rouge commanders Mit San (2nd L), Mit Khorn (2nd R) and Mit Saroeun stand trial July 25 at the Khmer Rouge stronghold of Anlong Veng in northern Cambodia. Pol Pot, architect of the notorious "killing fields" regime of the late 1970's, was unrepentant for the death and suffering during his Maoist-style revolution, the Far Eastern Economic Review magazine said October 22. In excerpts from an article to be published in this week's edition of the magazine, Pol Pot defended his orders to execute political opponents and blamed many of the deaths, including mass starvation, on the work of Vietnamese agents.

CAMBODIA POLPOT INTERVIEW
RTR5SI5
August 04, 1997
FILE PHOTO 25JUL97 - Former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot seen on trial at the Khmer Rouge stronghold of...
Cambodia
FILE PHOTO OF KHMER ROUGE LEADER POL POT
FILE PHOTO 25JUL97 - Former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot seen on trial at the Khmer Rouge stronghold of Anlong Ven in northern Cambodia. The Hong Kong-based weekly current affairs magazine the Far Eastern Economic Review said October 21 it would publish an exclusive interview with the notorious Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot later this week in what is believed to be the first interview he has given in nearly 20 years.

CAMBODIA POLPOT INTERVIEW
RTR5SFW
August 04, 1997
FILE PHOTO 25JUL97 - Notorious Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot, the architect of the Khmer Rouge 1975-79 "killing...
Cambodia
FILE PHOTO OF KHMER ROUGE LEADER POL POT IN ANLONG VENG, NORTHERN CAMBODIA
FILE PHOTO 25JUL97 - Notorious Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot, the architect of the Khmer Rouge 1975-79 "killing field" rule during which more than a million Cambodians were killed, stands trial at the Khmer Rouge stronghold of Anlong Veng in northern Cambodia in this file photo. Cambodia would welcome efforts by the United States and Thailand to bring the notorious former Khmer Rouge leader to trial in an international court, a government spokesman said on Thursday. President Bill Clinton has ordered the Defense, State and Justice departments to devise plans for the arrest and trial of Pol Pot, the New York Times reported on Thursday.

CAMBODIA CLINTON POLPOT
RTR5SJ6
July 25, 1997
JULY 25, 1997 FILE PHOTO - Notorious Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot pictured during his show trial July 25,...
Cambodia
FILE PHOTO OF KHMER ROUGE LEADER POL POT
JULY 25, 1997 FILE PHOTO - Notorious Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot pictured during his show trial July 25, 1997, at the Khmer Rouge stronghold of Anlong Veng in northern Cambodia. The Cambodian pro-government Koh Santepheap (Peaceful Island) newspaper reported on Thursday that Pol Pot has escaped from Cambodia with assistance from China to avoid facing an international court for his crimes against humanity. The Chinese embassy in Phnom Penh denied the story and dismissed the reports as propaganda.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR5SIS
July 25, 1997
FILE PHOTO, JULY 25, 1997 - Cambodia's former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot seen on trial July 25, 1997,...
Cambodia
FILE PHOTO OF NOTORIOUS KHMER ROUGE LEADER POL POT
FILE PHOTO, JULY 25, 1997 - Cambodia's former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot seen on trial July 25, 1997, at the Khmer Rouge stronghold of Anlong Veng in northern Cambodia. Pol Pot, architect of the notorious "killing fields" regime of the late 1970's, was unrepentant for the death and suffering during his Maoist-style revolution, the Far Eastern Economic Review magazine said October 22. In excerpts from an article to be published in this week's edition of the magazine, Pol Pot defended his orders to execute political opponents and blamed many of the deaths, including mass starvation, on the work of Vietnamese agents.

CAMBODIA POLPOT INTERVIEW
RTR5SIK
July 25, 1997
FILE PHOTO, JULY 25, 1997 - Cambodia's former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot seen on trial July 25, 1997,...
Cambodia
FILE PHOTO OF FOMER NOTORIOUS KHMER ROUGE LEADER POL POT
FILE PHOTO, JULY 25, 1997 - Cambodia's former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot seen on trial July 25, 1997, at the Khmer Rouge stronghold of Anlong Veng in northern Cambodia. Pol Pot, architect of the notorious "killing fields" regime of the late 1970's, was unrepentant for the death and suffering during his Maoist-style revolution, the Far Eastern Economic Review magazine said October 22. In excerpts from an article to be published in this week's edition of the magazine, Pol Pot defended his orders to execute political opponents and blamed many of the deaths, including mass starvation, on the work of Vietnamese agents.

CAMBODIAM POLPOT INTERVIEW
RTR5SIB
July 25, 1997
FILE PHOTO, JULY 25, 1997 - Cambodia's former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot seen on trial July 25, 1997,...
Cambodia
FILE PHOTO OF NOTORIOUS KHMER ROUGE LEADER POL POT
FILE PHOTO, JULY 25, 1997 - Cambodia's former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot seen on trial July 25, 1997, at the Khmer Rouge stronghold of Anlong Veng in northern Cambodia. Pol Pot, architect of the notorious "killing fields" regime of the late 1970's, was unrepentant for the death and suffering during his Maoist-style revolution, the Far Eastern Economic Review magazine said October 22. In excerpts from an article to be published in this week's edition of the magazine, Pol Pot defended his orders to execute political opponents and blamed many of the deaths, including mass starvation, on the work of Vietnamese agents.

CAMBODIA POLPOT INTERVIEW
RTR4U0I
June 27, 1997
Leng Sary, a former comrade of Pol Pot, sits in the western Cambodian town of Pailin during an interview...
Cambodia
FORMER POL POT COMRADE LENG SARY DURING AN INTERVIEW IN PAILIN
Leng Sary, a former comrade of Pol Pot, sits in the western Cambodian town of Pailin during an interview June 26. Leng Sary asked the Cambodian people to forget their troubled past and said that the ailing rebel leader Pol Pot should not be brought before an international tribunal.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4NS8
June 22, 1997
Cambodian senior military official General Nhiek Bun Chhay speaks to journalists in his military base...
Cambodia
CAMBODIAN GENERAL BHIEK BUN CHHAY SPEAKS TO JOURNALISTS IN TANKOSAING
Cambodian senior military official General Nhiek Bun Chhay speaks to journalists in his military base in Tankosaing outside Phnom Penh June 22. Nhiek Bun Chhay said Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot, whose "killing fields" rule in the 1970's devastated Cambodia, is still alive and will be handed over to the Cambodian government very soon. He said:" Pol Pot is still alive, I saw him this morning." Earlier, there were conflicting rumours over Pol Pot's fate.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4NOH
June 22, 1997
Cambodia's co-premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh greets athletes taking part in running races at the Olympic...
Cambodia
CAMBODIA'S CO-PRIME MINISTER PRINCE NORODOM RANARIDDH GREETS ATHLETES IN PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's co-premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh greets athletes taking part in running races at the Olympic stadium in Phnom Penh June 22. Ranariddh and his coalition partner Hun Sen said Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot, whose "killing fields" rule in the 1970's devastated Cambodia, has been captured and efforts will be made to try him before an international court but there are conflicting rumours over his fate.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4NO4
June 22, 1997
Cambodia's co-Premiers Prince Norodom Ranariddh's special forces guard his residence in Phnom Penh June...
Cambodia
SOLDIERS GUARD PRINCE NORODOM RANARIDDH'S RESIDENCE IN PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's co-Premiers Prince Norodom Ranariddh's special forces guard his residence in Phnom Penh June 22. Ranariddh and his coalition partner Hun Sen said Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot, whose "killing fields" rule in the 1970's devastated Cambodia, has been captured and efforts will be made to try him before an international court but there are conflicting rumours over his fate.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4NNY
June 22, 1997
Cambodia's co-premier Hun Sen gestures during a news conference held at his headquarters in Phnom Penh...
Cambodia
CAMBODIA'S CO-PRIME MINISTER HUN SEN GESTURES IN PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's co-premier Hun Sen gestures during a news conference held at his headquarters in Phnom Penh June 22. Hun Sen and his coalition partner Prince Norodom Ranariddh said Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot, whose "killing fields" rule in the 1970's devastated Cambodia, has been captured and efforts will be made to try him before an international court, but there are conflicting rumours over his fate.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4NNJ
June 22, 1997
Soldiers carrying rocket launchers patrol and guard a main street of Phom Penh June 22. Security is high...
Cambodia
CAMBODIAN SOLDIERS CARRY ROCKET LAUNCHERS IN PHNOM PENH
Soldiers carrying rocket launchers patrol and guard a main street of Phom Penh June 22. Security is high in the Cambodian capital as Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot is said to be held by members of a rebel splinter faction but there are conflicting rumours over his fate.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4MBB
June 21, 1997
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh's special forces follow his car as he leaves the Government...
Cambodia
CAMBODIAN CO-PREMIER PRINCE NORODOM RANARIDDH'S SOLDIERS FOLLOW HIS CAR IN PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh's special forces follow his car as he leaves the Government Guest House in Phnom Penh June 21. Ranariddh and his coalition partner Hun Sen said Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot, whose "killing fields" rule in the 1970's devastated Cambodia, has been captured and efforts will be made to try him before an international court.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4M8E
June 21, 1997
Cambodia's co-Premiers Prince Norodom Ranariddh (L) and Hun Sen confer on the steps of the Government...
Cambodia
PRINCE NORODOM RANARIDDH AND HUN SEN CONFER IN PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's co-Premiers Prince Norodom Ranariddh (L) and Hun Sen confer on the steps of the Government Guest House in Phnom Penh June 21. Both said Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot, whose "killing fields" rule in the 1970's devastated Cambodia, has been captured and efforts will be made to try him before an international court.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4M87
June 21, 1997
Cambodia's co-Premiers Prince Norodom Ranariddh (L) and Hun Sen confer on the steps of the Government...
Cambodia
PRINCE NORODOM RANARIDDH AND HUN SEN CONFER IN PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's co-Premiers Prince Norodom Ranariddh (L) and Hun Sen confer on the steps of the Government Guest House in Phnom Penh June 21. Both said Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot, whose "killing fields" rule in the 1970's devastated Cambodia, has been captured and efforts will be made to try him before an international court.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4KY6
June 20, 1997
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh (L) receives blessings from a monk at the opening of a...
Cambodia
CAMBODIAS CO-PREMIER PRINCE NORODOM RANARIDDH RECEIVES BLESSINGS
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh (L) receives blessings from a monk at the opening of a religious meeting hall in Ang Snuol, 20 km southwest of Phnom Penh, June 20. Prince Ranariddh said that former comrades-in-arms of hated Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot were making a final assault to capture him after refusing his offer to surrender.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4KXX
June 20, 1997
Cambodia's co-premier Hun Sen gestures as he watches a volleyball game in Phnom Penh June 20. Hun Sen,...
Cambodia
CAMBODIA'S CO-PRIEMIER HUN SEN GESTURES IN PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's co-premier Hun Sen gestures as he watches a volleyball game in Phnom Penh June 20. Hun Sen, political rival of coalition partner Prince Norodom Ranariddh said that he dismissed the report that Pol Pot might be captured alive as a political ploy. Earlier Prince Ranariddh said that former comrades-in-arms of hated Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot were making a final assault to capture him after refusing his offer to surrender.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4KXO
June 20, 1997
Cambodia's co-premier Hun Sen (C) gestures as he talks to journalists in Phnom Penh June 20. Hun Sen,...
Cambodia
CAMBODIA'S CO-PREMIER HUN SEN TALKS TO JOURNALISTS IN PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's co-premier Hun Sen (C) gestures as he talks to journalists in Phnom Penh June 20. Hun Sen, political rival of coalition partner Prince Norodom Ranariddh said that he dismissed the report that Pol Pot might be captured alive as a political ploy. Earlier Prince Ranariddh said that former comrades-in-arms of Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot were making a final assault to capture him after refusing his offer to surrender.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4KXI
June 20, 1997
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh talks to journalists after inaugurating a religious meeting...
Cambodia
CAMBODIA'S CO-PREMIER PRINCE NORODOM RANARIDDH TALKS TO JOURNALISTS
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh talks to journalists after inaugurating a religious meeting hall in Ang Snuol, 20 km southwest of Phnom Penh, June 20. Prince Ranariddh said that former comrades-in-arms of hated Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot were making a final assault to capture him after refusing his offer to surrender.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4JVJ
June 19, 1997
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh speaks to journalists as he arrives at Phom Penh airport...
Cambodia
CAMBODIAS CO-PREMIER PRINCE NORODOM RANARIDDH SPEAKS IN PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh speaks to journalists as he arrives at Phom Penh airport to welcome Queen Norodom Monineath Sihanouk June 19. Prince Ranariddh said Khmer Rouge guerilla strongman Pol Pot had not been found, contradicting a radio report saying he had surrendered. He said most of Pol Pot's supporters had deserted him and were now trying to capture him and bringing to justice, so far without success.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4JRF
June 19, 1997
Cambodia's Queen Norodom Monineath Sihanouk arrives at Phnom Penh airport June 19. The Queen arrived...
Cambodia
CAMBODIA'S QUEEN NORODOM MONINEATH SIHANOUK ARRIVES AT PHNOM PENH AIRPORT
Cambodia's Queen Norodom Monineath Sihanouk arrives at Phnom Penh airport June 19. The Queen arrived from Beijing to celebrate her 61th birthday but to a country in political crisis. Co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh, who came to welcome her at the airport, said Khmer Rouge guerrilla strongman Pol Pot had not been found, contradicting a radio report saying he had surrendered. Ranarriddh said most of Pol Pot's supporters had deserted him and were now trying to capture him and bring him to justice, so far without sucess.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4JR8
June 19, 1997
Cambodia's Queen Norodom Monineath Sihanouk arrives at Phnom Penh airport June 19. The Queen arrived...
Cambodia
CAMBODIA'S QUEEN NORODOM MONINEATH SIHANOUK ARRIVES AT PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's Queen Norodom Monineath Sihanouk arrives at Phnom Penh airport June 19. The Queen arrived from Beijing to celebrate her 61st birthday and to a country in political crisis. Co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh who came to welcome her at the airport, said Khmer Rouge guerrilla strongman Pol Pot had not been found, contradicting a radio report saying he had surrendered. Ranarriddh said most of Pol Pot's supporters had deserted him and were now trying to capture him and bring him to justice, so far without sucess.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4JQE
June 19, 1997
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh runs away from journalists as he arrives at Phnom Penh...
Cambodia
CAMBODIAS CO-PREMIER PRINCE NORODOM RANARIDDH SPEAKS TO J0URNALISTS PHNOM PENH
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh runs away from journalists as he arrives at Phnom Penh airport to welcome Queen Norodom Monineath Sihanouk June 19. Ranariddh said Khmer Rouge guerrilla strongman Pol Pot had not been found, contradicting a radio report saying he had surrendered. He said most of Pol Pot's supporters had deserted him and were now trying to capture him and bring him to justice, so far without success.

CAMBODIA POLPOT
RTR4GX9
June 17, 1997
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh greets members of his cabinet as he arrives at a school...
Cambodia
CAMBODIA'S PRINCE NORODOM RANARIDDH GREETS MEMBERS OF HIS CABINET
Cambodia's co-Premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh greets members of his cabinet as he arrives at a school graduation ceremony in Phnom Penh June 17. Prince Ranariddh said he wanted despised Khmer Rouge strongman Pol Pot to be captured alive and put on trial for crimes during his "killing fields" regime. Pol Pot is reportedly fleeing toward the Thai border with other top figures in the collapsing Maoist movement.

CAMBODIA POLPOT TRIBUNAL
RTR4FV4
June 14, 1997
Cambodian deputy chief of general staff Nhiek Bun Chhay holds up a photograph of murdered Khmer Rouge...
Cambodia
CAMBODIAN DEPUTY CHIEF SHOWS PHOTO MURDERED KHMER ROUGE DEFENCE CHIEF
Cambodian deputy chief of general staff Nhiek Bun Chhay holds up a photograph of murdered Khmer Rouge defence chief Son Sen at a press conference in Phnom Penh June 14. Nhiek Bun Chhay said reviled Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot fled his stronghold of Anlong Veng after murdering Son Sen and is now holed up in the jungle east of of the rebel base with 1,000 breakaway rebels closing in on his position.

CAMBODIA ROUGE POLPOT
RTR4FSX
June 14, 1997
Cambodian deputy chief of general staff Nhiek Bun Chhay holds up a photograph of murdered Khmer Rouge...
Cambodia
CAMBODIAN DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF NHIEK BUN CHHAY IN PHNOM PENH
Cambodian deputy chief of general staff Nhiek Bun Chhay holds up a photograph of murdered Khmer Rouge defence chief Son Sen at a press conference in Phnom Penh June 14. The general said reviled Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot fled his stronghold of Anlong Veng after murdering Son Sen and is now holed up in the jungle east of of the rebel base with 1,000 breakaway rebels closing in on his position.

CAMBODIA ROUGE POLPOT
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