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The Khmer Rouge was a radical communist group who wiped out nearly a quarter of Cambodia’s population in the late 1970s. UNC researcher, Jeffrey Sonis, is studying the remaining Khmer Rouge leaders and Cambodians testifying about the executions, forced labor, torture and rapes. His research focuses on their mental health and post-traumatic stress disorder.