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  1. The Mekong River Commission welcomed on Wednesday a decision by the Laos government to suspend approval of new dams while reviewing all dams currently under construction following the ...

  2. On a misty, cold day in Laos’ highlands, former opium farmer Bounsee Lorleuxai sips a three-in-one instant coffee. Coffee has long served as a benign crutch to help fight darker addictions ...

  3. LAOS REDS RESUME FIRE ON NEUTRALISTS

    New York Times5 days ago

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  4. Breather in Laos

    New York Times5 days ago

    The rapid suppression of the colonels' revolt in Laos testifies both to the increased cohesion of the army leadership and the growing authority of the Souvanna Phouma Government.View Full Article in Timesmachine »

  5. Flowing through Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam and China, the Mekong is the world's 10th-largest river and the world's largest inland fishery. It is home to biodiversity that's ...

  6. ENEMY USE OF TRAIL REPORTED DROPPING

    New York Times5 days ago

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 22--American officials said last week that the flow of men and materiel down the Ho Chi Minh Trail, a complex of highways and mountain paths that runs from North Vietnam through ...

  7. The Senate and the House incorporated into a defense appropriations bill a provision that none of the funds "shall be used to finance the introduction of American ground troops into Laos ...

  8. WASHINGTON, Dec. 17 -- A Senate-House conference committee incorporated into the defense appropriations bill today a prohibition against the commitment of United States ground combat troops ...

  9. VIENTIANE, Laos, Jan. 6 Premier Souvanna Phouma of Laos expressed hope today that newly elected Deputies of the National Assembly would support him and his policy of neutralism.View Full Article in Timesmachine »

  10. Russia on Laos; Veto Demanded

    New York Times3 days ago

    The Plaine des Jarres in northeast Laos is 9,000 miles from Washington, 4,000 miles from Moscow. But it is only 140 miles from the Chinese border--and that is a major cause of the trouble ...

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