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Thailand-Cambodia agree to joint border patrols

The Cambodian and Thai militaries agreed Thursday to hold joint patrols at a disputed border area where a gun battle between the two sides left two soldiers dead, a Thai army spokesman said. A Cambodian army officer confirmed the two sides agreed on measures to prevent further fighting after Wednesday’s hour-long gunfight killed two Cambodians, wounded three others and wounded seven Thais. The agreement came at a meeting of senior officers held in Thailand’s Sisaket province, just across the border from Cambodia. Full Story

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