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Remains of Japanese Abductees in North Korea Guarded by State Security

North Korean security officers are carefully guarding the remains of Japanese citizens kidnapped 40 years ago by state agents, monitoring the storage of their ashes in advance of possible talks normalizing relations between the two countries, sources in Pyongyang say. The remains are kept in urns at a storage facility in the Nakrang district of […]

Asian News:

Cambodia’s Judiciary Routinely Violates Fair Trial Rights: CCHR

Cambodia’s judiciary fails to comply with several fundamental fair trial rights, including the presumption of innocence and whether confessions are obtained under duress, a local NGO said Tuesday, in a report based its observance of a year of criminal cases at the country’s Court of Appeal in the capital Phnom Penh. In an annual report […]

Lao News:


ລິ້ງ ວີດີໂອ ກົດທີ່ນີ້ ວ່າດ້ວຍເລື່ອງການຈ້າງເຂົ້າເຮັດວຽກ ບ້ານເຮົາເພີ່ນເນັ້ນພັດທະນາບ້ານເມືອງ ຈົນລືມພັດທະນາບຸກຄະລາກອນຂອງຊາດ ທາງຄອນກຣີດ ເພີ່ນສ້າງມາໃຫ້ເດັກນ້ອຍນັກຮຽນທີ່ຮຽນຈົບມາແລ້ວ ເງີນບໍ່ເຖິງ ບໍ່ມີເສັ້ນມີສາຍ ບໍ່ໃດ້ເຮັດວຽກ ອຸກບໍ່ມີບ່ອນລະບາຍ ເອົາຫົວແດ໊ດພື້ນຫຼີ້ນໆຄາຍຄຽດ ………..ນະໂຍບາຍ………….. ເປີດກ້ວາງໃຫ້ຊາວຕ່າງຊາດເຂົ້າມາລົງທືນໃນລາວ ພາຍໃຕ້ເງື່ອນໃຂ ຕ້ອງໃຫ້ປະຊາຊົນລາວໃດ້ມີວຽກເຮັດ ງານທຳ ມີລາຍຮັບລາຍໃດ້ຮ່ວມ ແຕ່ ສູດທ້າຍ ພວກເຕັກນິກ ພວກກົນຈັກ ວິຊາການ ເຂົາຂົນມາແຕ່ບ້ານເຂົາຫມົດ ຍ້ອນບຸກຄະລາກອນລາວ ມັນສະຫມອງບໍ່ເຖິງ ພວກຫົວເຖີງແນ່ກະໄປດຳນາຫມົດ ເຂົາຫາບໍ່ເຫັນ ສູດທ້າຍ ຄົນລາວກະເປັນແຄ່ ຂີ້ຂ້າຮັບຈ້າງລາຍວັນ ໃຫ້ເຂົາຂົ່ມເຫັງ ເງີນຄ່າຈ້າງກະນ້ອຍ ທ້າຍທີ່ສຸດ ຫນີໄປກຣີດຍາງຢູ່ໄທ ດີກວ່າໃດ້ມື້1/300฿ ບໍ່ມັກກະເລື່ອນຜ່ານ ດ່າໃດ້ແຕ່ຢ່າແຮງ ໃຜເຫັນດີກະສົ່ງເຂົ້າແນ່ເດີ ບໍ່ເກີນຄຸກບັງເຢາະ

Lao News:

Lao Banana Workers Sickened by Chemicals Used on Farms

Lao workers at Chinese-operated banana plantations are falling ill in large numbers from exposure to chemicals used on the farms, with many suffering from respiratory or liver problems, sources in the Southeast Asian nation say. Lao government orders began closing down the environmentally destructive farms in the country’s northern provinces in January 2017, with the […]

Asian News:

Cambodian Prince Hurt in Car Accident

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA — Cambodia’s Prince Norodom Ranariddh was seriously injured, and his wife killed, in a car crash Sunday in the southwestern coastal city of Sihanoukville, police said. Ranariddh’s sports utility vehicle was hit head on by a taxi driving in the opposite direction, said Chuon Narin,police chief of the province of Preah Sihanouk. […]

Lao News:

Laos Announces Another Controversial Dam on the Mekong

PHNOM PENH — The Laos government has announced plans for a fourth major dam on the Mekong mainstream just months after the feasibility of another of its hydroelectric projects was thrown into question by a delayed power deal. Laos notified the Mekong River Commission (MRC) last week of its intention to build a 770 megawatt […]

Human Rights:

American Arrested in Vietnam ‘Regrets’ Breaking Law

HANOI — An American student held in Vietnam for “causing public disorder” at violent protests this month has appeared on state television to say he regrets breaking the law and will stay away from future rallies. William Nguyen was detained on June 10 in Ho Chi Minh City after attending mass demonstrations against proposed special […]

U.S. News:

China Resumes Test of Nuclear Reactor on Southern Coast: Report

China has resumed testing of a U.S.$8.3 billion French-built nuclear reactor at Taishan on its southern coast, according to a media report in neighboring Hong Kong. The U.S.$8.3 billion Taishan plant is among the first in the world to use European pressurized reactors (EPR) designed by French nuclear firm Areva, but has been plagued by […]

Lao News:

UN Committee Set to Examine Civil and Political Rights in Laos

A U.N. review of the rights record of Laos scheduled for July should look closely into the condition of civil and political rights in the Southeast Asian country, focusing on reports in recent years of forced disappearances and harsh prison terms handed out to critics of the country’s government, two Paris-based rights groups say. Numerous […]

Asian News:

China warns citizens in Vietnam after protests fuel anti-Chinese sentiment

China has warned its citizens in Vietnam after protesters clashed with police over a government plan to create new economic zones for foreign investment that has fuelled anti-Chinese sentiment in the country. More than 100 protesters were arrested and dozens of police injured at a protest in central Vietnam on Sunday, one of several demonstrations […]