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continued Monday with testimony from Khmer Rouge scholar Craig Etcheson. But although Etcheson began answering judges' questions late in the day Monday, proceedings were sidetracked Tuesday by trial management issues. He is expected to resume his testimony Wednesday around 10:30 a.m. " />

Etcheson testimony to continue

After a two-week recess, the trial of Comrade Duch continued Monday with testimony from Khmer Rouge scholar Craig Etcheson. But although Etcheson began answering judges' questions late in the day Monday, proceedings were sidetracked Tuesday by trial management issues.

He is expected to resume his testimony Wednesday around 10:30 a.m.

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