>Photos of Police Cracking Down on Protesters of Thai-Cambodian Border Dispute

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Cambodian riot police officers bar protesters at the Cambodian Confederation of Unions’s office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sunday, Aug. 17, 2008, as they demand to pull back Thai troops from disputed territory around Preah Vihear temple, an ancient border temple. Cambodia geared up Sunday for new talks with Thailand after both sides ceased a month-long armed confrontation by withdrawing most of their troops from disputed territory around the ancient border temple.

(AP Photo/Heng Sinith)

Cambodian riot police officers bar protesters at the Cambodian Confederation of Unions’s office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sunday, Aug. 17, 2008, as they demand to pull back Thai troops from disputed territory around Preah Vihear temple, an ancient border temple. Cambodia geared up Sunday for new talks with Thailand after both sides ceased a month-long armed confrontation by withdrawing most of their troops from disputed territory around the ancient border temple.

(AP Photo/Heng Sinith)

Cambodian riot police officers bar protesters at the Cambodian Confederation of Unions’s office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sunday, Aug. 17, 2008, as they demand to pull back Thai troops from disputed territory around Preah Vihear temple, an ancient border temple. Cambodia geared up Sunday for new talks with Thailand after both sides ceased a month-long armed confrontation by withdrawing most of their troops from disputed territory around the ancient border temple.

(AP Photo/Heng Sinith)

Cambodian riot police officers bar protesters at the Cambodian Confederation of Unions’s office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sunday, Aug. 17, 2008, as they demand to pull back Thai troops from disputed territory around Preah Vihear temple, an ancient border temple. Cambodia geared up Sunday for new talks with Thailand after both sides ceased a month-long armed confrontation by withdrawing most of their troops from disputed territory around the ancient border temple.

(AP Photo/Heng Sinith)

Rong Chhun (L), president of the Cambodian Independent Teachers Association, takes part in a demonstration organized by the Cambodian Confederation of Unions protesting against Thailand’s deployment of troops at the disputed Preah Vihear and Ta Moan temples located at the Cambodian-Thai border, in Phnom Penh August 17, 2008. Cambodian and Thai troops started to pull their troops back from the disputed border area on Saturday, Cambodian army officers said, after a month-long stand-off centring on the 900-year-old Preah Vihear temple.

REUTERS/Stringer (CAMBODIA)

Riot police block demonstrators from the Cambodian Confederation of Unions protesting against Thailand’s deployment of troops at the disputed Preah Vihear and Ta Moan temples located at the Cambodian-Thai border, in Phnom Penh August 17, 2008. Cambodian and Thai troops started to pull their troops back from the disputed border area on Saturday, Cambodian army officers said, after a month-long stand-off centring on the 900-year-old Preah Vihear temple.

REUTERS/Stringer (CAMBODIA)

Rong Chhun (C), president of the Cambodian Independent Teachers Association, takes part in a demonstration organized by the Cambodian Confederation of Unions protesting against Thailand’s deployment of troops at the disputed Preah Vihear and Ta Moan temples located at the Cambodian-Thai border, in Phnom Penh August 17, 2008. Cambodian and Thai troops started to pull their troops back from the disputed border area on Saturday, Cambodian army officers said, after a month-long stand-off centring on the 900-year-old Preah Vihear temple.

REUTERS/Stringer (CAMBODIA)

Riot police walk near the Thai embassy as Cambodia deploys more security in the area after a demonstration organized by the Cambodian Confederation of Unions protesting against Thailand’s deployment of troops at the disputed Preah Vihear and Ta Moan temples located at the Cambodian-Thai border, in Phnom Penh August 17, 2008. Cambodian and Thai troops started to pull their troops back from the disputed border area on Saturday, Cambodian army officers said, after a month-long stand-off centring on the 900-year-old Preah Vihear temple.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Rong Chhun (C), president of the Cambodian Independent Teachers Association, takes part in a demonstration organized by the Cambodian Confederation of Unions protesting against Thailand’s deployment of troops at the disputed Preah Vihear and Ta Moan temples located at the Cambodian-Thai border, in Phnom Penh August 17, 2008. Cambodian and Thai troops started to pull their troops back from the disputed border area on Saturday, Cambodian army officers said, after a month-long stand-off centring on the 900-year-old Preah Vihear temple.

REUTERS/Stringer (CAMBODIA)

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3 Responses to >Photos of Police Cracking Down on Protesters of Thai-Cambodian Border Dispute

  1. Sophorn Sar says:

    >Congratulation Lok Rong Chhun and Chhea Mony for your good activities to help our mother land. Now we see very clear that the government is a tiger with its compatriots but is a chicken with its enamies.Sophorn SarFinland

  2. Anonymous says:

    >Dear Louk Rong Chhun and Lok Chea Mony and all who joint you,Khmer in Australia admire, respect and congratulate you for bravery and nationalism. We condem those power persons behind ordering these brainless soldiers to crack down protesters!Sydney, Australia

  3. Anonymous says:

    >I do agree with the ideal of Mr. Rong Chhun and Chea Mony on behalf of a Khmer citizen. Their protest does not relate to the result of the so-called bilateral negotiation of the strongly corrupted government. Why they use the arm forces to suppress these patriotic protesters? I don’t understand this. Why they don’t use these properly uniform troops to suppress the invader forces like they obstructed the protesters? May the dog hearts of these leaders stop their braveness with the own compatriots. Can I beg this coward and foreign slave-hood?

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