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Corn, wildfires blamed for dense smog in northern Thailand, Laos
Residents across northern Thailand and Laos as well as Shan state in Myanmar have been suffering from the worst smog in years
10 years after his disappearance, no clue about what happened to...
His wife promises she will keep searching for her husband as long as she lives. He was 60 at the time of his abduction.
Debt-trapped Lao ‘chat girls’ forced to sell sex in China-run economic...
Many women in the debt trap have attempted to reach out to Lao authorities for help
Christians in Laos evicted from homes after refusing to renounce faith
Christians still being abused in spite of existing law that protects religious freedom in the country, Evangelical Church member says
Chinese dams held back Mekong waters during drought, study finds
The effect of China's 11 dams on the upper Mekong has long been debated, but data has been scarce
Two arrested in Laos after posting land dispute with police on...
Officials claim villagers ‘opportunistic’ while detained seek ‘fair compensation’
Amid hydropower boom, Laos streams ahead on latest Mekong dam
Laos' unprecedented dam-building boom has seen around 50 dams built in the last 15 years, with at least 50 more under construction
The scourge of enforced disappearances
Asia submitted the highest number of cases of enforced disappearance to the United Nations in the last decade.