Thai villagers living near the disputed territory around Preah Vihear are demanding that their ''traditional'' farmland be returned to them in a reflection of a nationalist agenda being nurtured on the border.
FLASHBACK: Supporters of the nationalist People’s Alliance for Democracy scuffle with riot police during a march along a highway leading to the 900-year-old Preah Vihear temple in September 2009.
They have threatened to stage major protests if the the International Court of Justice (ICJ) awards the disputed area to Cambodia. The ICJ is due to hold its hearings on April 15-19 with a final decision expected in October.
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