In this photo taken, May 20, 2013, hundreds of former Khmer Rouge victims' bone and skulls are displayed in a memorial at Choeung Ek "Killing Field" in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. (AP Photo/Heng Sinith)
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Cambodia's U.N.-backed court Wednesday charged another former Khmer Rouge cadre with genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes despite the country's leader repeatedly warning against such prosecutions.Nonetheless the UN-backed tribunal has pressed ahead with bringing charges against a string of former cadres.Until now the court had largely concentrated on pursuing the regime's most senior people.Critics say Hun Sen is attempting to thwart the trials of lower level cadres having repeatedly vowed that the current case against former top regime leaders would be the last.
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