The Communist Khmer Rouge killed almost two million of a population of just seven million 1975-1979, victims of forced labor, torture, and execution in the killing fields. Yet neither article explained or even mentioned the radical Communist ideology behind that totalitarian regime, which imposed radical agrarian Communism on the populace and deported city-dwellers to the countryside (the Khmer Rouge was also known as the Khmer Communist Party).
Mydans' previous coverage was faulted  for the same omission.
On Tuesday, Mydans shared the International page with Victoria Burnett reporting from Cuba on"Revolution Day." That story also failed to identify dictator Fidel Castro or his brother Raul as Communist leaders.