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It is now known the two shooters as well as the shoot-ees were all ethnic Hmong. Boonmlee is believed to be connected to the Menace of Destruction gang in California, which may explain things as a lot of gang members are pulling jobs that look a lot
Refugee Week Ambassador Nga 'Nahji' Chu said she has tolerated 'putrid' racist comments, including calls for immigrants and supporters to be 'shot at first sight'. According to news.com.au, Chu, who was born in Laos in south east Asia, and her family
Nestling on a sliver of land sandwiched between two rivers and surrounded by lofty green mountains, the old city is easily the country's if not Asia's or the old Indochina's most magical and romantic city, and a strong tourist magnet as a consequence.
Building momentum ... a monk walks past a poster featuring a Vietnamese-financed real estate project in Vientiane, Laos. Photograph: Hoang Dinh Nam/Getty Laos has long been seen as a poor, landlocked, sparsely populated country...Once a part of
Scribner, 2012, 240 pp., $24.00 (hardcover) Slash and Burn, by Colin Cotterill. Soho Crime, 2012, 290 pp., $25.00 (hardcover) "I've always loved that classic noir staple of doomed characters trying to get away with a crime and just digging themselves
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton became the first high level U.S. official to visit Laos since the Vietnam War. Although not touted as such, the visit was an effort to mend fences with Laos, the most heavily bombed nation per capita in history.
Laos Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton made a brief stop on her Asia tour on Wednesday in Laos , the first visit by an American secretary of state in 57 years and one that was marked by the enduring legacy of the Vietnam War. Pool photo by
May 23, 2012 Cradling his Epiphone Emperor Regent as he stands against the backdrop of a Buddhist temple, guitarist Vangthanousone Bouaphanh cuts a dashing figure. Vangthanousone comes from the "Land of a Million Elephants," better known these days
A cave hideout used by communist leaders Tae bumped down on the bed frame and it cracked. Startled, he leapt up and uttered a deferential apology to the room. This was no ordinary bed but one belonging to a senior cadre of the Pathet Lao, the Laos
Vang Pao, former Royal Laos general; noted Hmong leader and military leader, passed away in Fresno, California late Thursday. He had been hospitalized for the ten days before his death in Clovis, California. Vang Pao was born in the Xiangkhouang