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Tribunals - Undertaking trials for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes

Is it time to wrap up the Khmer Rouge tribunal?
The Cambodian government has stated its position clearly: no more trials before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. International and national co-investigative judges issued a split decision that divides the court. And donors and the United Nations remain silent. No one wants to take responsibility for closing down a tribunal that has spent twelve years and at least 320 million dollars to convict three people.
by George Wright, our correspondent in Phnom Penh
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