Cambodia: 15 Years on, No Justice in Grenade Attack
FBI, French Inquiries Crucial; Donors Should Demand Accountability
Portraits of victims are displayed at a memorial for victims of a grenade attack, which took place near Cambodia's National Assembly on March 30, 1997.
New York – The Cambodian government has made no effort over the last 15 years to bring to justice those responsible for a bloody grenade attack on an opposition party rally, Human Rights Watch said today.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI, should complete its long-stalled investigation into the March 30, 1997 attack, which left at least 16 people dead and more than 150 injured, Human Rights Watch said. Recent reports indicate that French authorities opened a new investigation into the attack early this year.
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