Two Cambodian soldiers and a Thai villager were killed in a two-hour border clash today, the latest in an ancient feud over land surrounding a 900-year-old Hindu temple. The fatalities were the first in the militarised area since a Thai soldier was shot dead a year ago and could rekindle diplomatic tensions between the south-east Asian neighbours over the 11th-century Preah Vihear temple. The Cambodian foreign minister, Hor Namhong, said Phnom Penh would file a complaint with the UN security council, accusing Thailand of invading his country's territory. Both sides have accused each other of firing first in the 4.6sq km (1,137-acres) disputed area around Preah Vihear, a jungle-clad escarpment claimed by both countries, where deadly, sporadic clashes have taken place in recent years. Several Thai soldiers were also wounded and four Thai villages were evacuated, Thai media reported. Five Thai soldiers were captured, said an army spokesman, Sansern Kaewkamnerd.