Villagers warned on possible flooding as tropical storm lashes provinces

Khammuan and Borikhamxay provincial authorities have warned villagers living along rivers to be on alert of possible flooding after tropical storm Son-tinh lashed northern and central provinces of Laos this week. The Xebangfai River has risen above dangerous levels since Wednesday (July 18)More ...

Souksakhone Vaenkeo

Dwellings, property damaged as heavy rains hit Savannakhet 

Downpours drenched Savanakhet and surrounds causing flooding in the central province and damaging hundreds houses in Kaysone Phomvihane city, according to local officials.More ...

Souknilundon Southivongnorath

Flash floods see forecasters issue warnings

State authorities have warned the nation’s many regions to closely follow weather forecasts and to be alert to flash flooding caused by the heavy rainfalls that began yesterday. Some parts of Vientiane and the provinces of Huaphan, Xieng Khuang, Luang Prabang, Xayaboury, Xaysomboun, Borikhamxay, Khammuan, Savannakhet, ...

Vientiane Times

Phongsaly flood waters receding, help on way 

Households in Khua and Nhot-ou districts, Phongsaly province affected by flooding are witnessing floodwaters recede, revealing the extent of the clean up task ahead. Currently, disaster victims are receiving assistance from provincial authorities, an official said.More ...

Vientiane Times

Flooding in Yod Ou District, Damaged Roads and Bridges

Heavy rain in Phongsaly Province during June 24-25, 2018 flooded a wide range of areas over 594.28 hectares in Yod Ou District, resulted in damage to roads and bridges.According to an local report on flooding disaster in rice, corn fields and crop areas in Yod ...

Lao Economic Daily

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