The Khmer Rouge tribunal’s international co-prosecutor, Andrew Cayley, announced his resignation Monday—yet another upset for the beleaguered court as the first trial in Case 002 against senior Khmer Rouge leaders draws to a close. The announcement came as 140 of the court’s Cambodian staff, whose salaries have gone unpaid for more than three months, are on strike and less than a week after the U.N. censured the Cambodian government for failing to fulfill its financial obligations to fund the war crimes tribunal. “I will be leaving the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) for personal reasons
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