Asia

World Court Awards Some Land to Cambodia in Temple Disputei
X
November 11, 2013 6:02 PM
The International Court of Justice has ruled that part of a disputed patch of land around a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Thai-Cambodian border belongs to Cambodia. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from Bangkok that both countries say they will work together to implement the court decision.

World Court Awards Some Land to Cambodia in Temple Dispute

Published November 11, 2013

The International Court of Justice has ruled that part of a disputed patch of land around a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Thai-Cambodian border belongs to Cambodia. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from Bangkok that both countries say they will work together to implement the court decision.


You May Like

Katrina Brought Enduring Changes to New Orleans

The city’s recovery is the result of the people and culture the city is famous for, as well as newcomers and start-up industries More

China to Open Stock Markets to Pension Funds

In unprecedented move, government to soon allow local pension funds to invest up to $94 billion in domestic shares More

1 Billion People Used Facebook on Single Day

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg praised the accomplishment in a posting on the social media site More