In Cambodia on Thursday, a United Nations-backed tribunal charged with prosecuting the crimes of the Khmer Rouge regime, held its final hearing. After 16 years and $337 million, the tribunal convicted just three men of crimes committed by a regime that caused the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people in the early 1970s. Marco Werman speaks with an expert on the tribunal about what it accomplished and its possible legacy.
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