FILE - In this Oct. 22, 1996 file photo, Cambodian then Deputy Prime Minister Hun Sen, left, says good-bye to Ieng Sary, a leader of Khmer Rouge dissidents, right, after he visited the former Khmer Rouge stronghold of Pailin, Cambodia. Ieng Sary, who co-founded Cambodia's brutal Khmer Rouge movement in 1970s, served as its public face abroad and decades later became one of its few leaders to face justice for the deaths of well over a million people, died Thursday, March 14, 2013. He was 87. (AP Photo/Ou Neakiry, File)

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FILE - In this Oct. 22, 1996 file photo, Cambodian then Deputy Prime Minister Hun Sen, left, says good-bye to Ieng Sary, a leader of Khmer Rouge dissidents, right, after he visited the former Khmer Rouge stronghold of Pailin, Cambodia. Ieng Sary, who co-founded Cambodia's brutal Khmer Rouge movement in 1970s, served as its public face abroad and decades later became one of its few leaders to face justice for the deaths of well over a million people, died Thursday, March 14, 2013. He was 87. (AP Photo/Ou Neakiry, File)
FILE - In this Oct. 22, 1996 file photo, Cambodian then Deputy Prime Minister Hun Sen, left, says good-bye to Ieng Sary, a leader of Khmer Rouge dissidents, right, after he visited the former Khmer Rouge stronghold of Pailin, Cambodia. Ieng Sary, who co-founded Cambodia's brutal Khmer Rouge movement in 1970s, served as its public face abroad and decades later became one of its few leaders to face justice for the deaths of well over a million people, died Thursday, March 14, 2013. He was 87. (AP Photo/Ou Neakiry, File)
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