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Researchers found that drinking moderate amounts of coffee each day help protect agaist some health problems, including heart disease.
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Thai authorities provide a 2-million Baht aid to the Lao Women's Union to train young Lao girls and women in vocational fields.
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Israel's military is transferring control of southern Lebanon to a United Nations force. The Lebanese government has also begun sending
The Hmongs who were arrested and jailed in Thailand they were forced to flee Laos and enter Thailand illegally because they had faced
The first railway linking Laos and Thailand is approaching reality with the recent signing of an MOU between Laos, Thailand, and France
VOA’s Editorial: Hope for Bamiyan Buddhas.
Five years after their destruction by the Taleban, the twin giant Buddha statues of Bamiyan
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Laos happens to be well-prepared. Their national program of integrating the human health aspect and the animal health aspect has been r