The worst clashes along the Thai-Cambodian border in decades have sparked large evacuations of civilians.
Since Friday, an estimated 50,000 people on both sides of the border have been evacuated, fleeing from the recent violence in which until now 14 people were killed.
At the center of the decade-old dispute is the area of and near an ancient Hindu temple. The conflict took flight in 2008 when the temple was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
According to Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva Cambodia hasn’t stopped its attacks, while Cambodian authorities blame the Thais for the ongoing violence.