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WSJ editorial declares tribunal "worth funding"

Given improvements at the court spurred by a dire UNDP audit, "there is a growing sense in Phnom Penh that an important corner has been turned and that we may be witnessing the rebirth of a tribunal that deserves support," Hall writes in his most recent editorial.

The tribunal is expected to ask international donors this week for an additional $100-million to support activities over the next three years.

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