Thai claims to the land near the temple, or even the temple itself, have run afoul of Cambodia’s claims to legal ownership of the land.
The uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia surprised the world, deposing two long-term autocrats and sparking similar unrest across Arab states.
As each side blames the other, new skirmish comes shortly after UN Security Council urges ceasefire around disputed border.
Cambodia expects to have oil flowing by the end of 2012, with revenues expected to reach $1.7 billion.
The foreign ministers of Asean are scheduled to meet Feb. 22, while Cambodia hopes to move the process forward with Asean and Thailand.
After clashes leading to 10 deaths, foreign ministers of Cambodia, Thailand meet behind closed doors with 15-member council.
The subdecree on contract farming, approved Friday by the council, aims to improve farming techniques.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stepped down after 18 days of anti-government demonstrations, relinquishing 30 years of power.
Cambodia requests emergency meeting after worst fighting with Thailand in years broke out near a disputed border area.
Cambodia has more than 100,000 teachers nationwide, but their budgeted salary is only $40 to $60 per month.
Many Cambodian villagers took refuge in Siem Reap, while Thais moved to camps several kilometers away from the border.
These two countries plan to present their positions to Security Council next week.