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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.
This year, 308 programs were presented by nearly 100 outstanding hospitals from 12 countries and regions including Japan, South Korea, India Indonesia, Burma, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Kampuchea, Vietnam, Kuwait, mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan were competing for the awards.
THE wellie brigade was out with soap and sponges cleaning up for Kampuchea with help from the Examiner.
It runs the risk of becoming obsolete," wrote famous commentator, Patrice de Beer, whose career has brought him from charnel house of the Khmer Rouge's "Democratic" Kampuchea, to London, Paris, and Washington.
Chum Mey, a survivor of a Khmer Rouge prison and torture center in Phnom Penh and president of the Victims Association of Democratic Kampuchea, expressed disappointment and apprehension at Ieng Thirith's release.
The capacity of Western journalists to cover Democratic Kampuchea (as Cambodia was renamed after the KR takeover) was highly restricted; those who stayed did so at their own risk.
The Vietnam conflict led to the polarization of Cambodian politics and the Communist Party of Kampuchea (CPK--"Khmer Rouge") began an insurgency against the government.
A report from cadre in the Northwest Zone of Democratic Kampuchea to the Khmer Rouge leadership in mid-1977 described the starvation deaths of 20,000 people over the previous year in a single district of a single region of the Northwest Zone.