The trial of four terrorist suspects has resumed in Cambodia.
The Phnom Penh court took only one day to hear the case. The court is expected to reach a verdict Wednesday.
Two Thais, an Egyptian and a Cambodian Muslim are accused of being involved in plots to stage unspecified attacks in Cambodia.
The four are also accused of collaborating with Hambali, the suspected mastermind of the 2002 bombings on the Indonesian island of Bali.
The men, who all work for Islamic schools in Cambodia, were arrested in 2003. They originally went on trial in February, but the case was thrown out and the charges against them changed.