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You can't go wrong with visiting Luang Prabang, come visit this charming town on the Mekong River before it is overrun.
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AG Jul 22
: “You want to talk about what we lack? We lack everything.” - Two years after deadly Xe Pian Xe Namnoy dam collapse, survivors still struggle amid inadequate resettlement and government corruption
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Asia-News-De Jul 29
Over 30 Chinese migrants were deported from Laos last week after they were caught entering the country illegally, sparking concerns over border controls as new cases of infection begin to appear in and in neighboring
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Peoples Dispatch Jul 14
Laos is one of the only countries that has suffered 0 deaths from , tells the heroic and tragic story of how has controlled the coronavirus pandemic but now faces an even more unforgiving adversary, foreign debt.
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Archana Jul 15
Do you know the connection between and Ramayana?⠀ ⠀ in Luang Prabang, is famous for stunning panoramic views overlooking the city and Mekong River. As per the legend this sacred…
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Indo-Pacific News Jul 9
, , alarmed by project They urged Laos to assess transboundary impacts to reduce negative effect as it moves ahead with the construction of a dam Laos competes with to see who can destroy the Mekong river the most
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@WFPAsiaPacific Jul 6
In northern , this Akha ethnic community is provided w/ take-home rations to help them cope w/ COVID19. Rice, lentils, canned fish & cooking oil will keep their children and family members healthy and nourished during the absence of school feeding.
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Ashley W Jul 24
After over 100 days without a confirmed case... confirms their **checks notes** 20th case.
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Stefano Galelli Jul 22
What is the real performance of in ? Check out the answer in our new paper —> with
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Philip Alston Jul 24
Two years ago, a dam collapse in destroyed homes and livelihoods of thousands. I had a chance to visit last year, and will be speaking about the government's weak response and the urgent need for justice on July 30 7pm Bangkok, live streaming here:
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djessemay.com Jul 20
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Roger Mathisen Aug 5
Let’s celebrate this World Breastfeeding Week that families are now better protected from unethical marketing practices in .
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Pete Ford Jul 21
"[] coal mining company Vinacomin invested $13M in five projects in and , but had to sell [2] after making losses. It is looking for buyers for the [3] remaining projects after discovering that [they are] not commercially viable."
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Gregory Smith Jul 20
Also interesting Malpass name checked as e.g. of China "secretive rescheduling" (his words) alongside Angola. Laos is on WBG list of countries that've said no to DSSI. So interesting if they are doing a bespoke/ bilateral with China
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Ronald Link Aug 12
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GEOGLAM Crop Monitor Jul 6
In , , & , yield prospects are poor for due to dry conditions and shortage of irrigation water. Average to above-average rainfall is forecast in July except in . report in collaboration w/
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Parag Khanna Aug 2
does not follow the pattern of strategic ownership. Thoughts on the railway project through .
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Southeast Asia Globe Jul 31
“It’s certainly an ambitious state-building project for Laos, but whether it will prove to be a reasoned gamble will depend on what Laos makes of the railroad.”
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Sceptical Scribe Jul 28
The unseen human cost of cheap power: options such as are deemed cheap only because social and impacts are not considered. Two years after a burst in villagers remain displaced and destitute
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JICA Media Jul 18
Series: WORK ON TOGETHER 🇱🇦: Chansouda suggests doing exercise to fight against & live with the [English follows Japanese]: 🇯🇲: Kerri-Ann reports that Jamaican people are cautiously optimistic:
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