Saturday, April 30, 2011

The Cambodian military claimed that Thai troops continued to attack Cambodian troops at Ta Moan Thom and Ta Krabey temples despite a second ceasefire which was reached during talks earlier today.
A Cambodian commander told DAP News that as at 8:05 p.m Friday night, Thai troops had fired more than 10 rounds of M-79 and 60mm rockets into Ta Moan Thom temple compound (pictured) where the Cambodian troops were based, but Cambodian troops did not fire back. The same commander said no one was injured by the Thai rockets.
Commanders from both countries had met at O'Smach town for 40 minutes from 10:30 a.m today and reportedly have reached three more points to cease fighting, but the fighting broke out again.
On Thursday, both sides had reached a ceasefire agreement after Cambodian and Thai commanders met at the same O'Smach town, but fighting broke out again soon after and the fighting lasted until Friday morning. One Thai soldier was killed and 6 wounded. No casualty was reported on the Cambodian side.
By Khmerization
Source: DAP News


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