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11. news | 25 Oct 2013
» The body of the final Thai victim to be recovered after last week's Lao Airlines crash arrived in Bangkok on Thursday.
12. learning | 30 Jul 2013
» World's second longest wooden bridge in Kanchanaburi collapsed Sunday night. Still not sure if repair possible.
13. learning | 18 Oct 2013
» Rescuers battled hazardous conditions yesterday in the search for bodies from a Lao Airlines plane which plunged into the Mekong River with 49 people on board, more than half of them foreigners.
14. news | 16 Oct 2013
» A Lao Airlines plane from Vientiane crashed just before landing at Pakse airport on Wednesday, killing all 49 people onboard, an airline official said.
15. lifestyle | 27 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» A group of Japanese musicians and an acclaimed Thai fusion band will join for a performance held to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Japan-Asean friendship and co-operation.
16. news | 21 Oct 2013
» The black box of the Lao Airlines plane that crashed into the Mekong River near Pakse airport in Champassak province on Oct 16 has been located, Sommat Phonsena, Lao Minister for Public Works and Transport, said on Monda...
17. learning | 29 Apr 2013
» Five people, including two children, were killed and 45 injured when a bridge collapsed in Tha Rua district Sunday.
18. news | 28 Oct 2013
By Bangkok Post
» The relative of a Thai victim killed in the Lao Airlines plane crash on Oct 16 plans to seek legal advice from the Thai consulate-general in Laos as he demands more compensation from the airline.
19. business | 13 Nov 2013
» VIENTIANE - A leading Thai cement maker will co-invest with Lao-Phatthana Cement Industry Co, a unit of Souksomboon Group, in a US$330-million cement plant in Laos's Khammouane province.
20. news | 19 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» PAKSE, LAOS: Rescuers yesterday retrieved 14 more bodies from the Mekong River near Pakse, two days after a Lao Airlines plane crashed in the area with 49 people on board.