Other news: Japan - Fukuda Newsmaker; Burma Protest; Chile - Peru - Fujimori, and more.
VOA Music program is proud to introduce a newcomer to the overseas Lao entertainment world, Khamphanh Nongbuathong of Rosemead, Califor
Other News: 10,000 Monks Protest in Burma; Cuba's Fidel Castro Appears on State Television After Long Absence; Fujimori Expected to be
U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Thomas Christensen says the U.S. remains committed to assis
Thai officials say they are considering to increase their purchase of hydro-power from Laos, from the originally-agreed upon 5,000 mega
On Laos, Ambassador Hanford says Laos has made progress in respecting religious freedom, but that laws protecting this freedom are arbi
We begin this lesson by practising to say some sentences about guns, then we'll listen to a daily dialog "No Coffee!(Part 3)" before pr
Other News: Mourners Gather in Beirut for Funeral of Anti-Syrian Legislator; Suicide Bomber Hits French Troop Convoy in Kabul, One Sold
Laos education officials say over 50,000 elementary and secondary-school students dropped out during the 2006-07 academic year. The mos
Other News: Islamic Web Site: Bin Laden to Declare War on Pakistani Leader in New Video; Lebanese Leaders Vow Killing of Legislator Wil
The military junta in Burma has reportedly cut the only telephone line at the headquarters of the National League for Democracy, or N-L
The Laotian International Media Institution or LIMI introduced itself and launched its LaoITV broadcast on Sep 09, 2007 in Los Angeles.