Four Thai soldiers wounded in Thai-Cambodian border clash

11:18, April 22, 2011      

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At least four Thai soldiers were wounded in the clashes between Thai and Cambodian troops along the Thai-Cambodian border on Friday morning, Bangkok Post online reported.

Noises of gunfire were heard starting about 6:00 a.m. along the border between Ta Kwai and Ta Muen temple ruins.

Villagers of Thai Santisuk village in northeastern Thailand's province of Surin had begun to evacuate to Ta Luak village for safety after artillery rounds landed on the village.

Causes of the fighting has not been known.

Source: Xinhua
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