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Feb. 10, 2009

Today in our Justice After Conflict series, we look at Cambodia's struggle for reconciliation, decades after the Khmer Rouge's mass slaughter of civilians. Producer Nissa Rhee visits Chicago's Cambodian American Heritage Museum, home to the only memorial of the Killing Fields outside the Southeast Asian nation. Plus, Doug Cassel examines the state of international justice.