China “sets to shut US consulate” in tit-for-tat move

China “sets to shut US consulate” in tit-for-tat move

The US consulate in the southwestern city of Chengdu would be the target for China’s retaliation following the forced closure of its diplomatic facility in Houston.
South China Sea issue: International consensus puts pressure on China

South China Sea issue: International consensus puts pressure on China 3

China has utilised its power to encroach on territories and seas of its neighbouring countries, Associate Prof. Dr. Vu Thanh Ca, former Director of the Vietnam Institute of Seas and Islands.
Australia continues to support freedom of navigation in the South China Sea

Australia continues to support freedom of navigation in the South China Sea

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison affirmed on July 16th that Canberra would continue to support freedom of navigation in the South China Sea.
US universities support lawsuit against President Trump's administration

US universities support lawsuit against President Trump's administration

The lawsuit was filed by 59 universities in the United States, 7 of which are from the eastern U.S. group of universities.
North Korea unwilling to have another conversation with the U.S.

North Korea unwilling to have another conversation with the U.S.

North Korea criticizes South Korea being an "arbitrator" in its relations with the U.S., at the same time affirms its unwillingness to have another conversation with the United States.
Vietnamese citizens in US could not return sooner due to some complicated procedures

Vietnamese citizens in US could not return sooner due to some complicated procedures

Vietnam is stepping up efforts to bring home nationals in the US. However, some complicated procedures from the US side caused inadequate needed - licenses for Vietnam to conduct the flights, reported VNA.
US denies postponed military drills a concession to North Korea

US denies postponed military drills a concession to North Korea

The United States and South Korea said on Nov 17 they will postpone upcoming military drills in an effort to bolster a stalled peace push with North Korea, even as Washington denied the move amounted to another concession to Pyongyang.
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As of 2022, Laos has 3 World Heritage Sites inscribed by UNESCO Economy

As of 2022, Laos has 3 World Heritage Sites inscribed by UNESCO

Laos has recently been in the global spotlight for being featured in the prestigious National Geographic magazine as one of the best places to 'slow travel' in 2023.
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