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ICJ sets Nov 11 for judgement on Preah Vihear conflict

SEOUL, Oct 16 – The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will judge on the border dispute between Thailand and Cambodia on November 11, the...

Security tightened at Thai-Cambodia border as first oral statement on Preah...

SI SA KET, April 15 - Security has been tightened on the Thai-Cambodian border as Cambodia began giving first oral statement on the...

Foreign Ministry confident in Thai representatives’ argument in Phra Viharn case...

BANGKOK, 14 April 2013 – The Foreign Ministry has expressed confidence in the efficiency of Thailand’s legal representatives in the Phra Viharn case...

ASEAN Sec-Gen sees Thai-Cambodian troop withdrawal as good sign in bilateral...

BANGKOK, 20 July 2012  – The ASEAN Secretary-General believes that the withdrawal of Thai and Cambodian troops from the disputed area around the...

Thai Defence Minister presides over military redeployment

BANGKOK, July 18 -- Thai Defence Minister Air Chief Marshal Sukumpol Suwanatat will preside today at a ceremony marking the deployment of Border...

PM vows to fight Preah Vihear case in ICJ

CHIANG MAI, May 12-- Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Saturday said the government would apply its utmost efforts to contest the Preah...

PM prepares clarifications on Preah Vihear case

BANGKOK, 11 May 2012  - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has held a meeting to prepare for the Preah Vihear case clarifications with related agencies...

Thailand, Cambodia agree to follow court decision

BANGKOK, 10 April 2012  - Thailand and Cambodia have agreed to assign respective secretaries in their joint working group to work together in ensuring...

Army dismisses reports of Thai-Cambodian military clash

BANGKOK, Jan 25 – The Royal Thai Army on Wednesday dismissed reports of a renewed clash between Thai and Cambodian soldiers at Ta...

Activists ask court to stop planned Thai troop withdrawal from disputed...

Activists ask court to stop planned Thai troop withdrawal from disputed border BANGKOK, Jan 11 – Thai nationalist activistts on Wednesday sought court approval...

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