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A tourist looks at photographs of prisoners on display at the genocide museum at Tuol Sleng, the former prison S-21 used by the Khmer Rouge to imprison and torture thousands of Cambodians during the 1970s, in Phnom Penh on February 10, 2009. Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will on February 17, 2009 formally open the long-awaited trial of the Khmer Rouge regime's former Toul Sleng prison chief, Kaing Guek Eav, better known as Duch, who is the first of the five leaders detained by the tribunal. Duch, now 66, faces charges of crimes against humanity, war crimes, torture and pre-meditated murder for his role in running S-21, the Khmer Rouge's notorious main prison, during the 1975-1979 regime. AFP PHOTO / NICOLAS ASFOURI (Photo credit should read NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/Getty Images)
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A tourist looks at photographs of prisoners on display at the genocide museum at Tuol Sleng, the former prison S-21 used by the Khmer Rouge to imprison and torture thousands of Cambodians during the 1970s, in Phnom Penh on February 10, 2009. Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will on February 17, 2009 formally open the long-awaited trial of the Khmer Rouge regime's former Toul Sleng prison chief, Kaing Guek Eav, better known as Duch, who is the first of the five leaders detained by the tribunal. Duch, now 66, faces charges of crimes against humanity, war crimes, torture and pre-meditated murder for his role in running S-21, the Khmer Rouge's notorious main prison, during the 1975-1979 regime. AFP PHOTO / NICOLAS ASFOURI (Photo credit should read NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/Getty Images)
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February 10, 2009
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