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On World Press Freedom Day, journalists across Asia continue to face...

In areas controlled by rebel forces, it can be easier to get information, but there are only limited protections for journalists

Planned dam sparks concerns that Luang Prabang could lose World Heritage...

Luang Prabang was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995 for its “unique, remarkably well-preserved townscape.”

Southern Thai dance form ‘nora’ gets UNESCO heritage status

The dramatic art form has roots in India, and has been practiced in Thailand's Muslim-majority provinces for centuries

Paus Fransiskus luncurkan program sarjana ekologi di Universitas Lateran

Paus Fransiskus meluncurkan program studi ekologi dan lingkungan di Universitas Kepausan Lateran di Roma.

Pope Francis launches ecology degree course at pontifical university

The course of studies is called “Care of our common home and protection of creation”

NGOs urge Thailand not to buy electricity from Luang Prabang dam

The dam project will displace 581 families or 2,285 people and will affect 20 other villages in the northern Lao provinces of Luang Prabang

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