Kampuchea


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Kampuchea

the name of Cambodia from 1976 until 1989.
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The DK Constitution stipulated: 'Reactionary religions which are detrimental to Democratic Kampuchea and the Kampuchean people are absolutely forbidden.
Oxfam are one of the few aid agencies working in Kampuchea and they have committed some PS15m over the last nine years to assist in this work.
The finest contributions in the book are those in which Harris sorts through a monumental amount of material to construct several narratives of how Buddhism and Buddhist monks fared before and after Democratic Kampuchea.
The chapters of The Khmer Lands of Vietnam are organized around the seven communities that developed to adapt to the ecological environments in the Kampuchea Krom-Mekong Delta area.
On Monday, the hospital's closed circuit TV footage showed McPherson and Tanner inside the museum, which provided the police sufficient evidence to secure an arrest warrant, but by then it was too late because the pair had fled to neighbouring country Kampuchea.
There is no disputing the facts that during the brutal reign of the Khmer Rouge between April 1975 and January 1979, the events that transpired in Democratic Kampuchea constituted genocide.
THE wellie brigade was out with soap and sponges cleaning up for Kampuchea with help from the Examiner.
No obstante, en la etapa temprana de la Republica Popular de Kampuchea aparentemente se trasladaron a otro sitio para salvaguardarlas, quiza al wat Unnalom.
The regime of the Revolutionary Military Council has been compared in its repressive characteristics to Pol Pot's regime in Kampuchea.
Major factions included the Khmer Rouge, the PAVN (People's Army of Vietnam), the People's Republic of Kampuchea Armed Forces, The Royal Thai Army and of course, looming over all this, the shadowy influence of the CIA.
Sam Rainsy, 63, fled the country in late 2009 before Cambodian court sentenced him to 11 years in prison in absentia for two charges-removing border poles and publishing a false map of the border with Vietnam and accusing Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Hor Namhong of being a member of the Democratic Kampuchea, or known as Khmer Rouge.
Christian Aid found itself in Vietnam and Laos, post war; in Uganda after Idi Amin; in Nicaragua when dictator Somoza was toppled; in Kampuchea (now Cambodia) after Pol Pot.