Lao Morning News For July 12

Lao Morning News For July 12

Lao PDR morning newsWorld Population Day marked amid nation’s progress
The Ministry of Planning and Investment and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to Laos yesterday held a joint workshop to celebrate the World Population Day 2018.
— Vientiane Times

Over 200 Kg Of Smuggled Wildlife Parts Burned
Rangers burned over 200 kg of smuggled wildlife animal parts seized from local markets in Xay and Lar districts, Oudomxay Province on Jul 5.
— Lao News Agency

Inspection ordered as road toll bites in Champassak
Champassak provincial authorities will soon order an inspection of Road No. 16 including accurate details on the construction budget as the government contemplates plans to purchase the project rights from the private construction company.
— Vientiane Times

Facebook to Exclusively Broadcast Premier League Matches in Laos
Tech giant Facebook has agreed to a £200 million (US$265 million) deal to exclusively broadcast every single Premier League match in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos starting next year in 2019.
— The Laotian Times

KUST support RIEM on personnel training
Kunming University of Science and Technology (KUST) of Yunnan province in China has inked a cooperation deal with Lao Research Institute for Energy and Mines (RIEM) under the Ministry of Energy and Mines for capacity building on personnel training.
— Vientiane Times

Double check scholarships, avoid dodgy offers, students warned
Students seeking to study abroad are warned to beware of, avoid and report those who incorrectly, errantly and illegally claim they can offer government scholarships for Lao students to study in China in 2018-2019.
— Vientiane Times

U.S. Imposes Visa Sanctions on Myanmar and Laos Over Their Refusal to Accept Deportees
The U.S. imposed visa sanctions on Myanmar and Laos Tuesday after the nations refused to take back immigrants Washington wants to deport.
— Time

Dance Music Therapy gives you life
“Just the view, the atmosphere, everybody is doing their own thing, but they’re also taking in the music in different ways.”
— Smile Politely

Global Vibrating Sieve Machine Market 2018 | In-depth Study, Industry Revenue, Top Manufacturers 2025
Invant Research recently broadcasted a new study on Vibrating Sieve Machine market. In this research Study that highlights the in-depth market analysis with future prospects of Vibrating Sieve Machine market.
— True Industry News

US to Cease Issuing Visas to Laos Citizens Following Deportation Row
The Trump administration has ordered suspension of the issuance of certain visas to citizens of Laos after the country refused to take back its persons deported from the United States.
— The Laotian Times

Lao University Examination Registration Goes Online
Students wishing to register for entrance examinations at the National University of Laos (NUoL) for the 2018-19 academic year must register online.
— The Laotian Times

Lao hits walk-off homer, AZL Dodgers beats AZL Brewers 8-7
Sauryn Lao hit a walk-off two-run homer with two outs in the ninth inning, as the AZL Dodgers defeated the AZL Brewers 8-7 on Wednesday.
— WiscNews

Global Sifting Machine Market 2018 Manufacturers- LAO SOUNG, Russell Finex, Rotex and Sweco
Global Sifting Machine Market Research Report analyse recent Sifting Machine market trends, development prospects, market profit and Sifting Machine market scheme over the forecast period 2018-2023
— The Aerospace News

Paper Mill Asks For Time to Deal With Pollution in Laos’ Savannakhet Province
The operators of a Chinese-owned paper mill whose wastewater discharges into a nearby stream have killed fish and cows in Sepon district of southern Laos’ Savannakhet province have asked local authorities for more time to eliminate foul odors that are making local residents sick.
— Radio Free Asia

 

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Maria Mirasol Rasonable graduated with a Bachelors Degree in journalism from Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Santa Mesa, Manila, Philippines.

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