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Cambodia urges Thailand to hold border talks

BANGKOK, Aug 11 - Thai Defence Minister Yutthasak Sasiprapa on Thursday said Thailand has agreed to convene a meeting of the General Border...

Trade, tourism along Thai-Cambodian border active after World Court ruling

SI SA KET, July 24 – Cross border trade at Chong Sa-ngam border crossing with neighbouring Cambodia in Si Sa Ket on Sunday has...

Yellow Shirts reject World Court ruling on Thai-Cambodian border dispute

  BANGKOK, July 20 - Thailand's yellow-clad protest movement, the People' Alliance for Democracy (PAD), on Wednesday issued a statement opposing the ruling of...

ASEAN hails ICJ’s troop withdrawal verdict

BANGKOK, 20 July 2011 – ASEAN has expressed satisfaction with the ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to have both Thai...

US urges Thailand, Cambodia to solve dispute peacefully

BANGKOK, 19 July 2011– The US has once again called on both Thailand and Cambodia to solve their border disputes in a peaceful manner...

Yingluck: New govt to improve foreign relations

BANGKOK, 19 July 2011 – Incoming Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has indicated that the new government will focus on improving international relations, especially with...

PM orders talk with Cambodia before troop withdrawal

BANGKOK, 19 July 2011– Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has assigned the Ministries of Defense and Foreign Affairs to discuss the International Court of Justice...

Thai soldiers staying put at border, awaiting direction

BANGKOK, 18 July 2011 – Troops along the Thai-Cambodian border are proceeding with their duties as usual while waiting for the Government’s reaction to...

Thailand satisfied with World Court ruling on Thai-Cambodian border

BANGKOK, July 18 -- Thai Minister of Foreign Affairs Kasit Piromya said Monday he was satisfied with the International Court of Justice (ICJ)...

Thai ambassador to the Netherlands believes ICJ will rule fairly on...

BANGKOK, July 17 -- Thailand’s Ambassador to the Netherlands Virachai Plasai said he believed the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the UN's highest...

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