Heavy rain in Thailand and Lao leads to high water levels in the upper Mekong River.
The Lao government has expressed its regret and disappointment over visa sanctions imposed by the U.S. government.
The first Confucius Institute in northern Laos, also the second in the country, has been inaugurated.
Laos is not so confident in achieving its target of attracting five million tourists this year.
The concrete casting for the Luang Prabang railway bridge is completed.
Stung Treng Provincial Court charges a Laotian with drug trafficking three kilos of meth.
Authorities identify the accused three owners of more than 100 kilos of meth seized in Stung Treng province.
As the government marked International Day Against Drugs yesterday, authorities in Stung Treng province managed to seize more than 100 kilos of methamphetamine being smuggled into the country from Laos.
Thailand wants to form a coalition with Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, all cassava-producing nations, to guarantee a stable price.
Laos begins formal consultation on the Pak Lay hydropower dam project in its northern province of Xayaburi.
A scholar says Laos plans to file a lawsuit against Cambodia over a border dispute.
Deputy PM urges companies in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam to look to India for potential business opportunities.
Cambodia fell to a late winner as opponents Laos secured a vital 2-1 win.
Cambodia kick off their international youth campaign as they face their Lao counterparts in Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy.
Laos will help the Thai military government to track who insults the royal family.
Thai authorities seize a massive meth haul worth $38 million near the Laotian border.
Cambodia’s national football team coach has praised Sou Yaty after the goalkeeper put in a fine performance with Laos.
Prak Sovannara, Cambodia’s national football team head coach, says he sees a lot of similarities with national Laos team.
Greater Mekong Subregion countries reach an agreement for road transport permits.
Around Phonsavan, the main city of Xiangkhoang province in Laos, is a large plain with thousands of stone jars. Till today nobody knows why they were there.