Sunday, 6 February 2011

Pictures From the border Khmer/Thai

Cambodia's military commanders (R) speak to their Thai counterparts after a brief exchange of fire near the Preah Vihear temple in Cambodia February 5, 2011. Thai and Cambodian soldiers exchanged fire for a second day on Saturday in a brief clash that killed at least one Thai soldier, the latest flare-up in a long-running feud over land around the 11th-century temple, known to Cambodians as the Preah Vihear temple, and known to the Thais as Khao Phra Viharn. REUTERS/Khem Sovannara

Cambodian soldiers run towards a bunker at the border between Thailand and Cambodia, in this February 4, 2011 still image taken from video. Thai and Cambodian soldiers exchanged fire for a second day on Saturday in a brief clash that killed at least one Thai soldier, the latest flare-up in a long-running feud over land around an 11th-century temple, known to Cambodians as the Preah Vihear temple, and known to the Thais as KhaoPhraViharn. REUTERS/CTN via Reuters TV

A Cambodian soldier fires a rocket launcher from behind sandbags at the border between Thailand and Cambodia, in this February 4, 2011 still image taken from video. REUTERS/CTN via Reuters TV  

A Cambodian soldier fires a machine gun from a bunker at the border between Thailand and Cambodia, in this February 4, 2011 still image taken from video. Thai and Cambodian soldiers exchanged fire for a second day on Saturday in a brief clash that killed at least one Thai soldier, the latest flare-up in a long-running feud over land around an 11th-century temple, known to Cambodians as the Preah Vihear temple, and known to the Thais as KhaoPhraViharn. REUTERS/CTN via Reuters TV

A Cambodian soldier holds a rocket launcher from behind sandbags at the border between Thailand and Cambodia, in this February 4, 2011 still image taken from video. REUTERS/CTN via Reuters

A Thai man is seen at a crater allegedly caused by a shell in Si Sa Ket province near the 11th-century Preah Vihear temple at the border between Thailand and Cambodia February 5, 2011. Deadly fighting broke out between Thai and Cambodian soldiers on Friday and Saturday. REUTERS/Stringer  

Cambodian soldiers (in green military fatigues) speak to their Thai counterparts as their commanders meet after a brief exchange of fire near the Preah Vihear temple in Cambodia February 5, 2011. Thai and Cambodian soldiers exchanged fire for a second day on Saturday in a brief clash that killed at least one Thai soldier, the latest flare-up in a long-running feud over land around an 11th-century temple, known to Cambodians as the Preah Vihear temple, and known to the Thais as Khao Phra Viharn. REUTERS/Khem Sovannara  

Cambodian soldiers load ammunition near Preah Vihear temple after a brief clash with Thai troops early February 5, 2011. Thai and Cambodian soldiers exchanged fire for a second day on Saturday in a brief clash that killed at least one Thai soldier, the latest flare-up in a long-running feud over land around the 11th-century temple, known to Cambodians as the Preah Vihear temple, and known to the Thais as Khao Phra Viharn. REUTERS/Pheara

Cambodian soldiers sit at Preah Vihear temple after a brief clash with Thai troops early February 5, 2011. Thai and Cambodian soldiers exchanged fire for a second day on Saturday in a brief clash that killed at least one Thai soldier, the latest flare-up in a long-running feud over land around the 11th-century temple, known to Cambodians as the Preah Vihear temple, and known to the Thais as Khao Phra Viharn. REUTERS/Pheara

A wounded Cambodian soldier is transported from the Preah Vihear temple front line to a local hospital after a brief clash with Thai troops early February 5, 2011. Thai and Cambodian soldiers exchanged fire for a second day on Saturday in a brief clash that killed at least one Thai soldier, the latest flare-up in a long-running feud over land around the 11th-century temple, known to Cambodians as the Preah Vihear temple, and known to the Thais as Khao Phra Viharn. REUTERS/Pheara


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