Khmer rouge abuses along the thai cambodian border site editors note this report was released by human rights watch asia watch in 1989 it is presented here in accordance with the human rights watch permissions faqthe report was scanned then converted to plain text using the open source tesseract ocr engine an asia watch report. After the 1978 vietnamese invasion of cambodia and subsequent collapse of democratic kampuchea in 1979 the anti hanoi khmer rouge fled to the border regions of thailand and with assistance from china pol pots troops managed to regroup and reorganize in forested and mountainous zones on the thai cambodian borderduring the 1980s and early 1990s khmer rouge forces operated from inside . Khmer refugee camps on the thai cambodia border 1989 border khmer demographic survey includes camp descriptions and additional historical information background the border camps with the exception of khao i dang were managed by unbro united nations border relief operation under undp and supported by the ngos that ran the infrastructure programs. Natural sound fighting between cambodian government forces and resistance troops continued around a key thai border post on friday forces loyal to second premier hun sen have been trying to move
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