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Judge Quits Cambodia's Troubled Khmer Rouge Trial

An international judge announced his resignation Tuesday from the U.N.-backed war crimes trials in Cambodia -- the fourth to quit so far and another blow for the troubled tribunal probing the atrocities of the 1970s Khmer Rouge regime. Mark Harmon, from the United States, said in a statement his reasons for stepping down after three years in Phnom Penh were "strictly personal" and "with considerable regret." He did not elaborate. Several of Harmon's predecessors...

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