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At the Barbican

Jeremy Harding: Pilger pictures, 23 August 2001

... contains a metal bedstead: a kind of rack, surrounded by blood and tufts of hair. Years later, Nic Dunlop, another of these enterprising photographers, tracked down one of the men who ran the jail. Dunlop had been carrying round a photo of his quarry for a long time, and had no trouble recognising him: a born-again ...

In Pol Pot Time

Joshua Kurlantzick: Cambodia, 6 August 2009

Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Special Reports 1-15 
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The Lost Executioner: The Story of Comrade Duch and the Khmer Rouge 
by Nic Dunlop.
Bloomsbury, 352 pp., £8.99, May 2009, 978 1 4088 0401 8
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... the nation,’ his wife told reporters. There is one exception, however. In 1999, the journalist Nic Dunlop started investigating a man living in a small town near the Thai-Cambodia border. Calling himself Hang Pin, the man had become a born-again Christian, working with relief organisations to help the refugees who’d poured across the frontier. But ...

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