UN urges Cambodia-Thailand cease-fire, but will it happen?
By Jared Ferrie, Correspondent / February 15, 2011
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
The UN Security Council has called on Thailand and Cambodia to show "maximum restraint" in a deadly border dispute. But the UN statement will likely do little to resolve tensions between the two countries, which recently clashed violently and have been trading rhetorical barbs while ramping up their military presence along disputed sections of the border.
The conflict centers around Preah Vihear temple, an 11th-century structure near a piece of land claimed by both countries. But the conflict highlights tension along other sections of the border.
Read the full article in the Christian Science Monitor