The 13 Laotians were forced work on a pig farm without pay after they were smuggled to Thailand.
Local citizens were scandalized by the club, which features pole dancers inside a historic cave.
Finance officials and other senior figures profited from the schemes, a state auditor says.
A police officer says local authorities are powerless to stem illegal timber exports to Vietnam.
Sources say the issues of most importance haven’t been reported for 65 years.
Seizures by police include large quantities of amphetamines and the chemicals used to produce them, sources say.
She spent more than two months in custody after the photos appeared on Facebook.
She had been held for one month due to a ‘misunderstanding,’ officials said.
A source says it made at least three efforts to lift off from an airport in the capital.
Preliminary findings suggest extreme weather caused the crash.
Sources say a ‘high-ranking military patient’ was on board, as well as hospital staff.
Air traffic control lost contact with the aircraft more than 36 hours ago, an official says.
Villagers call for authorities to investigate the mine operator in country dependent on resource extraction.
But tax collection and customs officials make out like bandits.
Officials from both sides agreed to build the structure during a meeting in which they resolved to construct the much-delayed rail line.
They say if the lack of rain continues, planting crops will be pointless.
Sources say the move is meant to deflect public anger over corruption and mismanagement.
Some say they cannot plant rice this season because of the lack of rain.
The photos of police allegedly demanding a bribe prompted outrage on Facebook.
The Facebook posting had sparked public fury over the controversial deal.
They postponed the national exam for secondary school students after a copy of one test appeared on social media.
A document posted on social media has shed light on the decision to let a Chinese company develop land around the Khouangxi waterfalls.
Increased monitoring in Thailand has forced smugglers to route the timber through Laos.
Developers of the site are the former mayor’s daughter and son-in-law.
A dispute over the project should be settled through diplomatic channels, it says.
International Rivers says the commission that oversees development along the Mekong River must consider the project’s impacts.
One official, however, doubts that the funds will be used in the interest of the public.
Recent punishments target low-level bureaucrats in limited provinces, he says.
The Southeast Asian nation will use its mines to back a massive loan to pay for the project.
One forestry expert says logging activities will thwart the government's plan to increase forestland to 70 percent.