back tribunal, Khieu Samphan asked that why Norodom Sihanouk was not in the dock for serving as president early in the more than three years of Democratic Kampuchea.
What does CB stand for?
CB stands for Kampuchea (formerly Cambodia)
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- Cry Baby
- Crystal Ball (Utopia)
- CubeBomb (online gaming)
- Cumulative Bulletin (Internal Revenue)
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- Cyanogen Bromide
- Groupement des Cartes Bancaires CB (French: CB Bank Card Association; bank network)
- Large Cruiser (WW II ship type)
- Chicago Bridge & Iron Company
- Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
- California Bank & Trust
- Capacity Building and Transfer of Technology
- Cavalry Brigade (Air Attack)
- Cavalry Brigade (Air Combat)
- Cooperative Broadcast Channel Dynamic Decode and Forward
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- Common Battalion - Level Battle Command System
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Communist Party of Kampuchea, who died in 1998, the Khmer Rouge emptied cities, abolished money and religion and wiped out nearly a quarter of the population through starvation, overwork said Monday the tribunal "continues to face challenges" and that allegations of political interference "mar the credibility of any court in the eyes of the public".
I feel remorse and pain because I also used to be a fighter for Democratic Kampuchea (the Khmer Rouge)," said the teary-eyed civil servant.
Mrs Riley said: "Ethan is the first baby to be born to Kampuchea and, unfortunately, proved to be such a shock to her that she didn't know how to care for him.
Further, Canadian immigration statistics do not account for the approximately one thousand Khmer Kampuchea Krom (individuals who identify themselves as ethnic Khmer but were born in Vietnam and are, therefore, listed as Vietnamese refugees), or for those Cambodians who claimed they were Vietnamese in Thai refugee camps in order to improve their resettlement chances in Canada.
The footprint includes India, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand, Brunei, Indonesia, Vietnam, Kampuchea, Laos, Myanmar, Taiwan, Hong Kong and South China.
The pro-government newspaper Rasmei Kampuchea reported that 50 new T55 tanks and 44 armoured personnel carriers are set to arrive in the country next week.
The recommended charges, the co-prosecutors said, are supported by more than 2,800 evidentiary documents that include statements from witnesses, charged persons and experts, as well as contemporaneous Democratic Kampuchea and CPK documents.