More than 100 Cambodian staff at the Khmer Rouge tribunal announced Sunday they have gone on strike and will not return to work until they receive three months of unpaid salaries, the second time this year that national staff have taken such action. Funding of the tribunal—along with the advanced age of the defendants—have become the most pressing problems for the court, which is now attempting to bring to a close the first mini-trial of Case 002, in which Khmer Rouge Brother Number Two Nuon Chea and head of state Khieu Samphan are facing trial for their role in mass
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