Preah Vihear: ICJ orders troop withdrawal on both countries

The International Court of Justice orders Cambodia and Thailand to both withdraw their troops from the disputed area, setting up a demilitarized zone while the court prepares to clarify its previous 1962 decision to award Cambodia Preah Vihear.

Thai-Cambodian troops ‘must leave Preah Vihear temple’
BBC, 18 July 2011

Thailand, Cambodia ordered to withdraw troops
The Nation, 18 July 2011

ICJ Ruling
The Nation, 18 July 2011

UN court orders Thai, Cambodian troops to withdraw
Channel NewsAsia, 19 July 2011
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Thai troops withdraw from Preah Vihear – or have they?

Reports started coming yesterday afternoon (local time) about how the Thai troops stationed around the disputed temple of Preah Vihear have withdrawn, after an ultimatum set by the Cambodian Prime Minister. However, one conflicting report emerged that said Thailand’s troops did not withdraw.

Thailand ‘pulls back’ from border
BBC, 14 October 2008

Cambodia says Thai troops have left disputed territory
AFP, via Channel NewsAsia, 14 October 2008

Thai Troops Withdraw From Border After Cambodian PM Issues Deadline
Bernama, 14 October 2008

Thailand Won’t Withdraw Troops From Disputed Area With Cambodia
Bernama, 14 October 2008