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The Khmer Rouge and Cambodian genocide: how the Guardian covered it

March 1975 The Khmer Rouge is poised to seize power after nearly five years of civil war. The Guardian’s Martin Woollacott reports on the fears of a “bloodbath” if they take over. A general tells him that whenever government soldiers are captured “almost all the officers are killed.” A bank worker says: “I am not

The Guardian view on the supermarkets’ slave labour problem | Editorial

What could be more innocent than a prawn cocktail ? Or a prawn on the barbie in the back yard? Just Sunday treats which everyone enjoys. Yet underneath the Marie Rose sauce lurks a tale of exploitation, environmental degradation, and, as our report today shows, in certain cases something even worse. The slave labour used

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