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New Briefs: Bangkok Spurns U.S.

New Briefs: Bangkok Spurns U.S.

BANGKOK (AP) - Thailand has denied the U.S. permission to fly over the Thai-Cambodian

border to monitor Khmer Rouge movements, a western diplomat said on June 26.

Though a major ally of the United States, Thailand has sharply criticized interference

in Cambodia's affairs and U.S. opposition to the inclusion of the Khmer Rouge in

a future coalition government.

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