Thailand, Cambodia agree to ceasefire
Bangkok - Thailand and Cambodia have negotiated an end to fighting at their border on Saturday following renewed clashes around a disputed temple, both armies confirmed.
Military commanders from both sides met for talks in a border town some distance from the 11th-century temple after gunfights broke out briefly early on Saturday. At least three people have been killed so far in the fighting.
"Thailand and Cambodia have agreed a ceasefire and both sides will not reinforce their troops," said Thai army spokesperson, Colonel Sunsern Kaewkumnerd.
A Cambodian general also confirmed the end to hostilities, but added that the "situation right now is still tense".