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Seven Red Shirt leaders facing terrorism charges in Thailand have been granted permission to travel to Phnom Penh for a friendly football match between Cambodian and Thai officials on Saturday. The Thai court ruled on Tuesday that Natthawut Saikua, Weng Tojirakarn, Korkaew Pikulthong, Yossawaris Chuklom, Wiphuthalaeng Pattanaphumthai, Nisit Sinthuprai and Phumkitti Sukjindathong could travel to Cambodia from September 22 to 26.

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