More than 130 families in Boribo district were evacuated from their homes after floods hit the area on Tuesday.
Over 2,000 villages across Laos had been affected by floods after two tropical storms passed over Laos from July to September.
The Water Resources Ministry yesterday warned that seven provinces will face floods again this week.
Officials begin relocating 13 wooden houses away from a river bank in Kang Meas.
The Health Ministry issues safety guidelines for people suffering from floods in order to avoid getting sick.
Governments convened for a supplementary meeting against the severe climate change.
Repairs are underway for the recently-built Ou’touk bridge damaged by floods.
Thailand’s says over 78,000 people are still affected by the floods.
Prey Veng provincial officials yesterday warned residents that water levels in the Neak Loung river are continuing to increase.
As many as 85 villages are flooded in Myanmar after a dam failed.
PM says the government will provide three water pumps to Stung Treng and Kratie.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said the government will provide three water pumps to Stung Treng and Kratie provinces, the hardest hit by recent floods that have now claimed 30 lives.
India’s response to floods in Kerala wins praise.
Cambodia’s rubber output looks set to increase due to favourable weather conditions.
Tropical Storm Lane drifts away from the Hawaiian coast.
The Agricultural Minister instructs provincial authorities to find a solution for persisting drought problems in Banteay Meanchey.
Loan providers are asked to ease the burden on farmers affected by recent floods.
Flooding on the scale seen in Kerala could have killed 10 times more people a decade ago, but India’s disaster management capacity has improved significantly in that time.
PM says ministries must continue prioritising the safety of villagers affected by floods.
About 2.63 million people in the east China region are affected by floods.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said ministries tasked with handling natural disasters must continue prioritising the safety of villagers affected by recent floods.
India’s flood-ravaged Kerala state will seek to finance reconstruction work.
Nearly 80 families in Stung Treng are evacuated from their homes after floods continued to hit Sesan and Siem Pang districts.
Floods in Sesan affect the lives of more than 800 families, after the water level in the Mekong river rose past the danger level.
With the recent flooding in Steung Treng and Kratie provinces, the Singaporean community in Cambodia distributed food and cash aid to hundreds of families in the affected areas.
Authorities have closed down a section of National Road 4 in Preah Sihanouk province because water is flowing across it, causing a hazard for motorists.
Thousands of displaced families have been left without livelihoods after flood evacuations
The Ministry of Water Resources announces that the provinces of Battambang and Ratanakkiri are facing floods.
Questions relating to international hydro-politics and the geopolitics of the Mekong River are becoming more imminent as riparian countries compete to get access to water resources, writes Chheang Vannarith.
The death toll in Kerala due to floods following incessant rains reached 37.