Cambodia's Khmer Rouge tribunal restarted genocide hearings Thursday against the former regime's most senior surviving leaders, with the first witness being called to testify against the ailing octuagenarians.
Proceedings had been postponed since November after defense lawyers threatened a boycott because they said they were still working to appeal an earlier verdict.
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