21 Jun '11, 9am

Conflict in Cambodia Court as Pol Pot henchmen: PHNOM PENH - A UNITED Nations-backed court trying the mastermind...

PHNOM PENH - A UNITED Nations-backed court trying the masterminds of Cambodia's bloody Khmer Rouge 'Killing Fields' revolution is embroiled in a conflict of its own as it prepares to hear its most complex and high-profile case next week. The multi-million dollar court is mired in infighting and deep suspicion over the apparent reluctance of top judges to indict more suspects beyond the five former Khmer Rouge cadres already brought to trial by the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC). At least five foreign staff have resigned following the hybrid UN-Cambodian tribunal's June 7 decision to reject a third case, known as 003, despite what international co-prosecutors say is strong evidence of atrocities by two suspects. It comes as the court opens its next case involving 'Brother Number Two' Nuon Chea, former President Khieu Samphan, ex-Foreign Minister Ien...

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Cambodia court to open landmark Khmer Rouge trial: PHNOM PENH : Four former top Khmer Rouge leaders go on trial

Cambodia court to open landmark Khmer Rouge tri...

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PHNOM PENH : Four former top Khmer Rouge leaders go on trial for genocide at Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes court on Mond...