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01 The dispute over land near the Preah Vihear temple has often caused clashes between Cambodia and Thailand [AP] Cambodia has begun withdrawing its military personnel from a disputed zone with Thailand over an 11th century Preah temple.
Thailand needs time to study ICJ order on border' Bangkok: Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said Thailand can not immediately comply with the International Court of Justice's measures to end the disputed border conflict around a 12th century
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Monday ordered the withdrawal of Thai and Cambodian military in the area of Preah Vihear temple, which is the subject of a dispute between the two countries for decades. According
Thailand's prime minister is defending his country's decision to quit the U.N.'s World Heritage Convention.
S World Heritage Convention because of a row with Cambodia over a disputed 900-year-old temple, a top official said. Thailand announced its decision at a meeting in Paris on Saturday, its representative to the talks, Natural Resource and Environment
Netherlands (AP) — "Murderous armed incursions" by the Thai military around a historic temple in a disputed border region form a "grave threat" to regional peace and security, Cambodian Foreign Minister Hor Namhong told the U.N.'s highest court
Thailand and Cambodia at the alliance's summit in Jakarta last week. The breach in the bloc's ranks succeeded in overshadowing a large part of the meeting, but failed to make any progress toward breaking the deadlock. In February, clashes sparked
Thailand's prime minister hit out at Cambodia, saying no international observers will be allowed on the disputed border where both armies remain on high alert. "Thailand's stance remains the same. If Cambodia doesn't withdraw its troops from the
The Thai government still demanded the Cambodian military to leave the border area near Preah Vihear temple. Thailand said that the temple was indeed belong to Cambodia, but the area outside the temple is still disputed.
Summit this weekend, where Thai and Cambodian leaders are expected to meet. While Thailand's 2nd Army spokesman Prawit Hookaew said border tensions had decreased during the past two days, Vejjajiva said the situation's development between the