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Cambodia to release captured Thai troops

Cambodian military commanders have reportedly agreed to release 13 Thai troops captured during fighting near the Preah Vihear temple site.

The release was agreed at a meeting of military commanders near the World Heritage listed site.

The two sides also said they would not increase troop numbers along the disputed frontier, where growing tensions over territory flared on Wednesday in a clash that killed at least two Cambodians.

A Thai military spokesman says little headway was made on withdrawing troops from a number of disputed border areas.

http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/news/stories/200810/s2395131.htm?tab=asia

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yeah pls bring out the freak in me..

Well, I'm taking this over to the 'Our Story' forum.

I can't bring myself to hijack TWO forum threads on this stuff!

See you over there.

Oh today? Ermmm It's the day before my ex-girlfriend's birthday. I've sent her a birthday wish every year for the 15 years since we broke up.

(her brother is a famous opera singer, so it's kind of relevant)

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Children day in Thailand

On the second Saturday of January the Thai people celebrate Children's Day by taking their children out to have fun. Many local authorities organise special events and other places of interests usually let children in for half price or even for free on this day.

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Children are considered as the most valuable resource of the country. There is a Thai saying that goes, "Children are the future of the nation, if the children are intelligent, the country will be prosperous." To help stimulate children to be aware of their significant role in the country, the National Children's Day was held for the first time on the first monday of October 1955 and continued like this until 1963. Then it was changed to the second Saturday of January.

http://www.sriwittayapaknam.ac.th/childday.html

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When I was small..

Children's day was one of the most special day for me..

"¤Ó¢ÇÑ­Çѹà´ç¡" (Slogan of the year for all Thai children")

from the Prime Minister..

is something that all the kids in the school has to know..

And as we were the kids.. we always hear how PooYai wanted us to be..

And look what happened to the society today..

Abit sad when you grow up and you realise that all they say.. are just bullshits!

They teach us what they cannot be, or cannot do..

They always say that.. "We do this, do that for the kids!"

But it is all just bluff!! They cares only about themselves..

I hope Thai kids will have a bright future.

Leading by SOME good hearts ADULTS..

Happy Children's Day!!!

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