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Cambodia returns remains of 18 soldiers to VN

The remains of 18 Vietnamese military volunteers who were killed in Cambodia during the war were repatriated to Viet Nam in a ceremony held in Takeo Province, Cambodia, yesterday.​ ...

Viet Nam News Staff
http://vietnamnews.vn/society/273160/cambodia-returns-remains-of-18-soldiers-to-vn.html

Cambodian activists scuffle with Vietnamese security personnel, villagers near disputed border

Some 300 Cambodian activists led by an opposition lawmaker scuffled with Vietnamese security personnel and villagers Sunday afternoon while they attempted to reach a disputed border area along Cambodia’s Svay Rieng province border with Vietnam, local media reported, citing a local police chief and an ...

Global Post News Staff
http://www.globalpost.com/article/6597166/2015/06/28/cambodian-activists-scuffle-vietnamese-security-personnel-villagers-near

Cambodia renews call for Vietnam to stop building military post at undemarcated border area

Cambodia on Wednesday renewed its call for Vietnam to cease immediately the construction of a military post at an undemarcated border area between Cambodia’s Kandal province and Vietnam’s An Giang province. ...

Shanghai Daily News Staff
http://www.shanghaidaily.com/article/article_xinhua.aspx?id=288096

Smugglers of wood are busy before rainy season

More and more wood is being smuggled across the southwestern border. Smuggling prevention agencies said they had discovered many consignments of wood illegally imported from Laos and Cambodia across the border. ...

Vietnamnet News Staff
http://bit.ly/1Qrrkyq

Vietnam island airport opens flights to Singapore, Cambodia

Vietnam Airlines will launch new international routes on November 1, connecting the Kien Giang Province’s Phu Quoc airport to Singapore and Cambodia. The Phu Quoc – Singapore route will carry two flights a week and the Phu Quoc – Siem Riep route will carry three flights ...

Thanh Nien Daily News Staff
https://www.google.com.kh/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=+Cambodia&tbm=nws

Red-headed cranes leave south VN province for Cambodia

A steep decline in the number of red-headed cranes, also known as Sarus cranes, has been recorded since early this year in southern Kien Giang province, the bird’s usual hot spot, compared to a sharp rise in a Cambodian sanctuary. Meanwhile, hundreds of them have ...

Tuoitrenews Staff
http://tuoitrenews.vn/society/18680/redheaded-cranes-leave-south-vn-province-for-cambodia

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